Pride month is over but that should never stop you from sharing queer books! I was tagged by Abi @ The Knights Who Say Book, back when it was still Pride month but I have been both busy and exhausted so you're getting it now instead!
Boy did I make up for my lack of reading last month! Bless readthons and CW @ The Quiet Pond because they're what pushed me through each and every book this month and boy were there a lot! I may have totally burnt myself out but that's an easy fix and I'm already ready to jump into … Continue reading Month in Review // I Read and Read and Read – February
Complex and honest, Anger is a Gift reminds oppressed people that they have every right to the feeling they are often demonised for: Rage. Anger is a Gift packs so much into its pages. We follow Moss as he is still healing from losing his father to police violence while police brutality is becoming more common in his own school. He’s had enough, he’s hurting and angry and he’s ready to fight back.
I am so glad 2019 is over Which is a mood I end every year on...which is probably a bad sign. But I'm just counting the fact that I survived a win.