Hello again, and thanks for visiting!
Sooo last month I’d planned to post more often, but my final paper got in the way. The good news: That paper is out of the way now.
And the even better news:
I FINISHED MY DEGREE. I’M GRADUATING!
I’m both excited and anxious to begin my searches for jobs and remote master’s programs, but honestly, after the last year of school, one thing I’ve been very much anticipating is reading whatever the fuck I want. I’ve been doing just that, and you will be hearing about those books here on this blog.
As I announced in last month’s update, I am planning to renovate this blog – give it a little facelift. Now that I have more time on my hands, those renovations are getting underway. Again, you will see some changes on the Book Hawk, but bear with me while I straighten everything out.
For books that I thoroughly enjoy and therefore want more people to read, I’ve been trying to keep my reviews light on spoilers. Limiting spoilers, however, can curtail the material that I can discuss; it leaves me feeling constrained. Hence, I’ve settled on a compromise: For select books, I will post two versions of my review – one light on spoilers and one loaded with them. That way, you, my reader, can take your pick of how much you want divulged about a book, and I can cover the topics that I think need to be addressed. Please note that I will be incorporating the spoiler-light review into the spoiler review. (I’m not going to write a whole new review for the same book.)
- Rule of Wolves (spoiler-light version): I promised you guys this one last month.
- Libertie: I just finished the audiobook.
- The Burning Blue: This nonfiction account of the Challenger disaster of 1986 was my first physical ARC won from a Goodreads giveaway.
- Truthwitch: In preparation for the release of the next book in one of my favorite series ever, I am rereading Truthwitch, Windwitch, and Bloodwitch.
Tentative Additional Content (or The Stuff I’ll Get To If I Have the Time)
- Rule of Wolves (spoiler version): I already have this review in the works.
- A Climate for Death: I really wanted to love this Great Lakes-based thriller/mystery, but I can’t say I’m terribly impressed.
- Windwitch and Bloodwitch: Whether or not these are reviewed this month will depend on how fast I read.
- The Lost Apothecary: C’mon. I finished this two months ago.
And now, without further ado, I present to you my review of Rule of Wolves.