For some reason, Tuesday feels rough this week. But I guarantee this will make you feel better (unless you're a heartless monster):
- The Discovery of France, Graham Robb - I saw a real-person review (shh, it's a thing) of this and it looked good. Plus despite French lit being half my major, I know shit all about French history. "Oops" indeed. Apparently it's a geographical history of France. I suck at geography more than maybe any other subject, but let's do it anyway!
- Will Grayson, Will Grayson, John Green - Because this has been labeled a gay dude book, I've stayed away from it. I have nothing against gay dudes. I hope they're very happy. But I have literally ZERO interest in reading about their exploits. However, I recently read an article about this that made it sound like, y'know, not just a gay teen coming to terms with his sexuality. So I will now read it because everyone seems to love it.
Oh, and like two weeks ago I added Cocktail Hour Under the Tree of Forgetfulness because Emily at As the Crowe Flies (And Reads) recommended it, EVEN THOUGH I'm not into African lit. Look at you all expanding my reading horizons.