In which I make some comic book recommendations.
These titles feel like they’re cut from the same beautiful cloth, one that weaves together positive female friendships, diverse representation, and intersectionality. They’re funny and sweet, with action and mystery, pairing excellent writing and beautiful illustration and coloring. They feel timely, fresh, and necessary for today’s comics readers.
At the end of every month, I like to do a recap of the books I read. April was all about graphic novels and shifters, with a fun historical romance to round off the month. (The thumbnails look so weird together, I might consider dividing these posts up differently in the future.)
Every month, I do a recap of the books I read the month before. This month, I’m including movies in the recap. Since my A to Z goal is quick, short blog posts, I’m doing one-sentence reviews of each.
In an effort to post more regularly, I’m going to attempt monthly recaps of my reading and writing progress.
CHICKEN WITH PLUMS by Marjane Satrapi
In January, I focused heavily on my own writing projects, but I still wanted to read without the distraction of getting sucked into longer novels. I deliberately looked for shorter works, and finished reading 5 books.