Guess who requested a lot of ARCs from NetGalley and Edelweiss, and is slowly making her way through them? ME ME ME! Between work, grad school, and regular life, I’ve somehow found time to read through books via short breaks in my schedule. Here’s what I’m currently reading!
Note: ARCs received from publishers have been given in exchange for an honest review.
The Fate of Food by Amanda Little
Genre: Nonfiction (adult), Science
ARC received from Crown Publishing via NetGalley
Ever wondered how climate change will affect our food supply and what types of technologies are coming up to deal with feeding billions of people? That’s what this book is all about!
The Watanabe Name by Sakura Nobeyama
Genre: Historical, Mystery
ARC received from Black Rose Writing via NetGalley
If you have a familiarity with family expectations and drama, you might like this one. I’m finding it OK so far but haven’t been totally pulled into it as of yet.
Confessions of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell
Genre: Biography, Nonfiction (Adult)
ARC received from Profile Books via NetGalley
This has been an interesting read! I’m finding the format fun to follow along with. It literally is a description of being a bookseller in a diary form.
Neurodiverse Relationships by Joanna Pike
Genre: Nonfiction (adult)
ARC received from Jessica Kingsley Publishers via NetGalley
Although this book is aimed towards autistic-neurotypical relationships, I feel like there is some overlap with other non-neurotypical types of partners that this advice could definitely be useful for. The read is a little intense, but I enjoy reading both sides of the table.
Final note: I have 15 outstanding ARCs from NetGalley to read, so I’m prioritizing my reads to make sure I get them done on time. 🙂