Just answer the 3w's each week - hosted by Taking on a World of Words
The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
A Change of Heart by Sonali Dev is the November pick for one of the way too many book clubs that I'm in.
I was given an ARC of Artemis by Andy Weir for review... and that releases next week, so I kinda have to finish it ASAP.
And finally, In Our Backyard: Human Trafficking in America and What We Can Do to Stop It by Nita Belles... this is my currently non-fiction read. It's not really that long, but it's so heavy. I can only take it in small doses.
Speak of Me as I Am by Sonia Belasco is actually something I'm supposed to read for a book tour next month... and I was assigned this book about a week after I got it myself. So that was an exciting surprise. It deals with the death of a parent and the suicide of a friend, so it has some parts that are pretty heavy. But I really liked it. I'll word that better when I write my review.
This month's diversity challenge is First Nations/Native Americans, and I have somehow managed to go a decade without reading this book - so I couldn't put it off anymore and I got The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie from my library. I also haven't written my review for this, so I've not come up with all the words I need to say about it. But it made me cry. And laugh. And there were words screamed out at it.
And then Turtles All the Way Down by John Green was the audiobook I picked with my credit this month, so I should probably give that a listen soon as well.