Micro Brew | Spring Cleaning
Micro Brew is hosted by Allie @ Hexen Librarian and its a fun way to promote something you love. On the 1st of each month she’ll give us 2 lots of prompts/questions for the 2 post that month.
Best thing is you can take part when you’re ready! So your answers can go live on the designated days or later on when it suits you best.
To take part all you have to do is tag Allie so she can see your responses, visit Melanie (part of the prompt creation) on twitter, include the header and an explanation, and complete the themed prompt.
March 4th: What book would you die on a hill for? What makes it so special to you? Is there something about it others don’t like? (Obviously, this isn’t here to bash other’s faves, but to acknowledge that you can still like something even if it’s problematic or not a universal fave)
Please note: this post contains summaries from Goodreads and affiliate links to purchase the books; you’ll not be charged any extra when purchasing through these.
I didn’t realise I was going to pick the book I’m going too but I think it’ll have to be Sawkill Girls.
I’ve already done a review on this book but for a quick summary this is everything that I ever wanted in a book. We got the ace/queer/poc rep and female friendships.
It tackles sexual assault, monsters from the unknown, a patriarchy who thinks they know better, and coming to terms with your own power.
Additionally its a horror with a kick ass cover and we 100% need more of these in YA!
[related post: Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand review]
As with all of these post I plan to not tag anyone specifically as I’d love for as many of you to take part as possible. These posts are perfect for days when you’re having trouble with inspiration and a great way to find out more about other bloggers .
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