Not a whole lot going on over here book-wise this week. Steadily trucking through the beginning of the semester and contemplating accepting two (yes, two) more jobs in addition to the two I have. (I know, sounds crazy but three are within the same building, just paid by different companies.)
Also, I’ve made it my mission to re-watch the entire nine seasons of Supernatural before the hiatus is over in October. Do any of you watch the show? It’s my faaaaaavorite and I am not above fangirling with you!
POSTS THIS WEEK:
- Last week’s Sunday Post
- Mental Health Awareness Month
- Top 10 Tuesday: Books in my Hypothetical Beach Bag
- [Reblog] Books as a Mirror for Attitudes in Mental Health (via Barefoot Med Student)
- REVIEW: The Prophet by Khalil Gibran
- Life of a Blogger: Embarrassing Things
- Active Minds: Fighting Stigma in Mental Health
- Stacking the Shelves 
Reading as part of Mental Health Awareness month. I had actually forgotten about this book until I was tidying up the YA area at work the other day and since my reading of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is not going as planned, I picked this up to read instead.
So far this is a nice, easy read that I should be able to get through quickly. Definitely a topic that needs to be addressed more in the mental health community and don’t even get me started on the media that usually starts this mess.
I could rant and rave for weeks about the influence of social media on the impressionable minds of children and adults alike.
COMING UP NEXT WEEK:
- Review of The Piper’s Son by Melina Marchetta by Guest Blogger, BreAnn
- Review of Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
- Review of Letting Ana Go by Anonymous