June Wrap Up

So the month of June has been exciting and exhausting.

I got to meet Sarah Dessen, with my two best friends, which was absolutely awesome! I also bought my best friend When Dimple Met Rishi, which she is loving so yay us!

I’ve also been doing a lot of work on a story I’m writing, and today I have an appointment with a bridal boutique, which is terrifying and awesome. How was your June?

Books I Read:

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon | Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee | Smoke Gets In Your Eyes by Caitlin Doughty (DNF) | Beyond Trans: Does Gender Matter by Heath Fogg Davis | Raven Strategem by Yoon Ha Lee | Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh | Daring to Drive by Manal al-Sharif | Being A Witch, and Other Things I Didn’t Ask For by Sara Pascoe | The Tell-Tale Tarte by Maya Corrigan | Want by Cindy Pon | Descendants by Rae Else | When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore* | Boom! The Chemistry & History of Explosives by Simon Quellen Field* |

Posts I wrote:

Author Interview:: Lyssa Chiavari | Review:: Song of the Current | Review:: The Traitor’s Tunnel | Author Interview:: LJ Hamlin | Review:: Beyond Trans | Review:: Raven Strategem | Favorite Queer Books for Pride | Character Interview:: Xifeng (FOTL) | Review:: Being a Witch | Author Interview:: Kaelan Rhywiol | Author Interview:: Shanna Miles | Review:: Descendants | Review:: The Many Lives of Catwoman | Review:: The Tell-Tale Tarte | Author Interview:: Casey Wolfe | Coffee Shop Talk: Romance Novels |

Journalism I wrote:

Institute debuts new Inspiration LabStudio 29 opens in downtown Chatham | Supervisor Ron Scearce never saw himself in politicsDanville racing pioneer featured in ‘Cars 3’ movie opening Friday | After years of being used as bottom step, historic road marker returns home | Pittsylvania County Schools honored for energy efficient upgrades |

 Links I loved:

Drinking and ConferencingLetter of Recommendation: Pothos | On Feasting | The Queer, Enchanted Girls | This is the Muslim tradition of sci-fi and speculative fiction |

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