As of today, Literature Lynx has been in operation for 6 months!
Starting this blog was a bit of a personal struggle for me. I was nervous that everyone would hate my writing, or I’d run out of things to say. Before blogging I had never been on social media (I know, right?). I was extremely hesitant to put myself out there- particularly because I wanted to talk about potentially polarizing topics.
Six months later, blogging isn’t scary anymore. I’ve had some hits and misses, but that’s okay. I’d love to see my audience grow, but for now I’m just proud of myself for sticking with it this long.
Thank you to each and every one of you who has ever taken the time to read my ramblings here- I appreciate you more than you know.
No contest, my favorite this month was ‘Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter,’ although ‘The Thieves of Nottica’ was really interesting too. I wouldn’t say I disliked ‘Treasure of Darkness’ or ‘I Am Malala’ but I don’t think I’d re-read either of them.
Reading Resources/ Book Lists
Author Chat: Ash Gray– Ash shares some thoughts on bigotry, science fiction, and the publishing world
Discussion: Library Appreciation– for National Library Week
I’m going to change things up next month. The structure of my book reviews will look a little bit different, but the content will stay the same. I’m hoping this change will make my reviews easier to read, and that they won’t look like a giant block of text.
My May TBR list is still undetermined, but I know it will include ‘The Leaving of Things’ by Jay Antani and ‘Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman’ by Lindy West.
Here’s to another 6 months, readers!