April was another month that wasn’t really great, reading-wise. I started off reading The Deep by Rivers Solomon on my Kindle (I’d been wanting to read it for awhile but just never got around to it). Then….nothing for a couple of weeks. Or I’d start something, and just never really go back to it.
But then in the middle of the month I decided to treat myself and buy a couple of graphic novels I’d been wanting for awhile, Living with Mochi and One of Those Days. I’d come across both comics as curated lists online and really enjoyed them, so I was really excited to read them when they arrived! They came at the perfect time too: the end of a particularly busy week (I had some training at work, and was really tired by the end of the week), where I wanted to just veg out.
- Own Your Morning: Reset Your A.M. Routine to Unlock Your Potential by Liz Baker Plosser
- The Deep by Rivers Solomon, Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, & Jonathan Snipes
- Living with Mochi by Gemma Gene (graphic novel)
- One of Those Days by Yehuda and Maya Devir (graphic novel)
I think my favourite was Living with Mochi. Mochi is a pug who reminds me of Garfield and Pusheen. Living with Mochi was a super cute read that had me laughing out loud – I definitely recommend it!
I also really enjoyed reading Own Your Morning. I am not (and have never been) a morning person, so this was a bit of a weird read for me. But I liked Plosser’s writing style, and I found some tips that might help me make my morning a bit smoother. It’s also a really easy and fast read because Plosser structured it a lot like a magazine (which makes sense since she is the Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Health).
So what have you read over the last month? What was your favourite book?