I changed the name for my “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?” posts to “My Reading Week.”
A cute and sweet read-aloud perfect for baby showers and first birthdays.
This book has been a favorite of many and I can see why. At first, I didn’t like Coyote or Rodeo but I learned to get used to them. The father and daughter duo have been living in a school bus and traveling all over the country with no clear destination in mind as long as it doesn’t bring back memories of their past. But when Coyote decides she wants to go back home, she has to find a way to steer her father in that direction without letting him know that’s what she’s doing. Along the way, they’ll pick up some passengers that may teach them that sometime’s it’s not about the destination but the journey.
After an altercation at school, Marcus, his brother and his mother decide to go to Puerto Rico to take a break and regroup. Marcus has it in his mind that finding his father who left them a decade ago will help. So begins a journey across unfamiliar terrains with family members he didn’t know even existed.
This was an collection of mostly supernatural or romance short stories.
Inspiring memoir. At first, I didn’t think I’d like it as much with all the sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll but it also made me realize how important it is to be ourselves. Gay history is one of struggle and loss and heartbreak but also of resilience and love.
There was also a moving mini-series based on the events of this book when this came out.
I can’t say I know much about cycling or being trans so this was an insightful collection of essays incorporating both. A very sensitive yet honest and realistic approach.
***= Liked It
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