What I Read In September

Nov 10, 2022

Compared to August, September was a pretty slow reading month for me. However, I had a lot going on, and my mind was elsewhere. Regardless, here is what I read in September!

Grief is Love: Living With Loss

By Marisa Renee Lee

After experiencing a loss, this is the first book on grief I read.

The writer shares her own experience with grief and how she got through it. The write also explores the experience of being a minority with grief and how racial oppression affects the grief process. It was a heart tugging read one I’d definitely recommend.


Trailed Trailed: One Woman’s Quest to Solve the Shenandoah Murders

By Kathryn Miles

If you liked reading The Golden State Killer then you’ll love this book.

Reading it was like helping solve a true crime in real time. Well written and thoroughly researched.


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