Update: So, I’ve been thinking about the timeline for this review post ever since I announced the April selection for the GNBC and I realized that my math was all wrong! As such, I wanted to let you guys know that the post will actually go up on Thursday, May 12. That way, we’ll all have a little more time to read the book and things will follow a slightly more similar schedule to previous posts in the series!
Hey Guys! Before I get to April’s selection for the GeekyNerdy Book Club, I wanted to briefly say that I know some of you are still working through The Water Knife, which I chose to kick things off, and I encourage you to still chime in with your thoughts whenever you are done. I would love to keep the conversation going and will happily return to the post to read and respond to each and every one of you, so please don’t let the timing of things get in the way of that!
Now, when it comes to our next read, since it seems like I’m not the only one who is trying to read more non-fiction books, or is interested in taking a break from dystopias, I’ve decided to go with Felicia Day’s memoir You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost). Of course, like The Water Knife, it isn’t out in paperback yet (sorry!), but hopefully you can find a copy at your local library or cheaply online. At least that’s my plan!
As before, I want to make sure everyone has ample time to find and read the book, so I will plan on doing my review post on Thursday, April 14. Hopefully you will be able to make it and until then, happy reading!