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April 2020 Wrap Up: This Month Lasted a Week and I Still Hate It Here

Welcome to my April Wrap Up! WHAT EVEN IS TIME ANYMORE? Time is canceled. I hope you all are doing well and taking care of yourselves. I also hope you're also reading good books. Let's talk about the stuff I read this past month. First, let's get Women's Prize reads out of the way, with… Continue reading April 2020 Wrap Up: This Month Lasted a Week and I Still Hate It Here

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Women’s Prize Reviews #8: How We Disappeared by Jing-Jing Lee

"My body kept time and I watched it as if observing a strange life form." How We Disappeared was one of the books on the longlist I categorized as very low priority, because I am entirely not a historical fiction person, especially when the book is focused on World War II. I just have a… Continue reading Women’s Prize Reviews #8: How We Disappeared by Jing-Jing Lee

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Women’s Prize for Fiction 2020: A Brief Shortlist Reaction

No one is surprised. I know, I know, it's another Women's Prize post and you all are bored, but I like doing these, PLUS I try to be funny at all times (and fail almost always), so hopefully, everyone gets something out of it. As I mentioned in my previous post where I talked about… Continue reading Women’s Prize for Fiction 2020: A Brief Shortlist Reaction

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Women’s Prize for Fiction 2020: Longlist Update & Shortlist Predictions

We love uneducated predictions.  Welcome back to the Women's Prize for Fiction central, aka my blog. I know that for the past two months, I have been focusing on just this prize and reading the longlist, but it really has been all that I have read. And it was a lot of fun, in general,… Continue reading Women’s Prize for Fiction 2020: Longlist Update & Shortlist Predictions