I mentioned a couple of these yesterday in my Top Ten Books by Autistic Authors. Nerdy, Shy, and Socially Inappropriate, and Queens of Geek are both books by autistic authors that I’m reading for Autism Acceptance Month.
I picked up one more nonfiction book, The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook. It’s by one half of the blogging team behind the AutoImmune Wellness website. I’m currently working through the cookbook written by the other half, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook. I have Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, a condition in which my immune system goes haywire and attacks my thyroid. I’ve been on the AIP diet for two and a half weeks at this point, and the amount I’ve energy I’ve regained is astounding. I’m sleeping better, and haven’t had heartburn since I started. So I’m eager to crack the other book for more recipes.
For fiction I picked up Sing, Unburied, Sing, one of the most popular novels last year. (I requested it in December, but there was a long line!) For my Canadian read I got The Young in One Another’s Arms – besides being Canadian, it’s also about alternative family structures. My last book this week is To Kill A Kingdom, a young adult novel about predatory mermaids. I do like predatory mermaids!
It’s a pretty eclectic collection – but I am trying to branch out from my sci-fi/fantasy habit all the time!
I’m currently reading Sing, Unburied, Sing and I am going to need a lighter story afterwards, but it is really amazing. Also To Kill a Kingdom was really fun!
I’m only a few pages into To Kill a Kingdom – I’m still coming down from reading Circe, which was amazing. But it was so good I’m in a bit of a slump now!
O yes! I have Circe and it’s right at the top of the list – I can’t wait (and I’m glad to hear you thought it was so good)!
It’s SO good. I haven’t read Song of Achilles, and I need to now. Miller is a hell of a storyteller!