Books I read in August

  1. It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
    This one is heartbreaking and an important read for anyone who has or knows anyone who experienced what this book entails.
  2. You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott
    A teenage gymnast prodigy, Devon Knox, is the center of attention in her town, and her gym. When a tragedy hits close to home for everyone at the gym. Devon's mother, Katie starts to question the motives and secrets whispered among the gym parents and coaches. However, what she reveals is that she might have failed to take a closer look...
  3. If You Feel Too Much: Thoughts on Things found and lost and hoped for by Jamie Tworkowski
    Jamie Tworkowski is a co-founder of the organization To Write Love On Her Arms, or TWOLA. TWOLA specializes in providing hope and assurance for anyone dealing with a mental illness, depression, self-injury, and suicide. This book is filled with stories written by Jamie on how TWLOHA came to be, as well as passages of hope and life and death and the will to keep going. I suggest it for anyone who feels stuck or unsure if hope is really out there. It is.