Sara Shepard’s Reputation is a modern-day whodunit about a massive university hacking and the subsequent murder of one of the hack’s disgraced victims.
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2019 was the most amazing reading year of my life, far and away. In 2019, I started my book-dedicated Instagram account, @bookmarkedbya; I read over 100 books; I learned so much about myself, the world around me, and the endless ways that a story can be told. I read so many good books, and I’m so excited to share my favorites with you. From short stories to memoirs, I read it all, and I hope that this list will inspire you to pick up a great book in 2020!Continue reading “Favorite Books of 2019”
Lindy West’s The Witches are Coming is a hysterical, fierce collection of essays jam-packed with social commentary ranging from the political state of America to whether Adam Sandler is actually funny.Continue reading “The Witches are Coming: Lindy West”
Gloria Steinem’s The Truth Will Set You Free, But First It Will Piss You Off: Thoughts on Life, Love, and Rebellion is a thought-provoking collection of quotes from Steinem’s formidable career as a social activist and public speaker.
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Good Boy: My Life in Seven Dogs is a beautifully written, heartwarming memoir of the life – in stages from boyhood to womanhood – of trans activist, mother, and professor, Jennifer Finney Boylan, and the lessons that the many dogs in her life left her with.
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