Trying to keep up with getting into comics s d graphic novels. I loved this one! While I‘m not an introvert I still related so much with this comic especially this page! I highly recommend this one. #newtomegenre
This book was pretty interesting and informative. I enjoyed learning a little more about myself. However, I did find the book to be a little repetitive at times. I felt like it could have been a little shorter, making it more effective. Overall, it was well done.
One of my goals for 2020 is to get better at promoting myself and my books. Step 1: figure out how the hell to do that.
This is my kinda party. Happy World Introvert Day! I‘m hoping I have a little time to celebrate today. With a stack of books and a pot of tea. Alone. I‘m a little over stimulated lately. But I don‘t expect much peace until next week. Sigh.
#HollyJollyReading Day 28: Fats‘ review: “It‘s basically an introvert‘s Bible, in comics form. Any introvert would relate to Debbie‘s social experiences. It‘s a #nice addition to the growing list of books about introverts. (Someday, we will rule the world.)” Full review of her feature of three graphic memoirs by female artists for #WomenReadWomen2019: https://wp.me/pDlzr-kSD
For my second #bookreport I‘m sad to say I failed hard on my forecast (which was to read In Cold Blood - I only read about 30 pages of that)... but I did get a surprising amount of reading in despite the week being pretty dang busy otherwise. Two audio books and a handful of graphic novels. Not too shabby!