March Reading Wrap Up

March 31, 2019

March Reading Wrap Up

March Reading Wrap Up

I read ten books in March and abandoned one. Titles are listed in order of my star ratings. Although I didn’t have any full five star reads, it was still a good reading month.

*Titles are Amazon affiliate links and available reviews are linked.

March Reads

Beantown Girls by Jane Healey
Genre: WW11 Historical Fiction
4.5 Stars (rounded to 5 Stars on Goodreads)
Find my full review here.

Woman 99 by Greer Mcallister
Genre: Historical Fiction/Thriller
4 Stars
Find my full review here.

The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anissa Gray
Genre: Women’s Fiction
4 Stars
Find my full review here.

Things My Son Needs to Know About the World by Fredrik Backman
Genre: Humorous Essays
4 Stars
My Goodreads review here.

House of Shadows by Nicola Cornick
Genre: Historical Fiction
4 Stars
My Goodreads review here.

The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
4 Stars
My full review here.

Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love by Dani Shapiro
Genre: Non Fiction, Memoir
3.5 Stars (rounded to 3 stars on Goodreads)
My full review here.

Secrets of a Charmed Life by Susan Meissner
Genre: Historical Fiction
3.5 Stars (rounded to 4 stars on Goodreads)
(not yet reviewed)

Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center
Genre: Women’s Fiction, Chick Lit
3.5 Stars (rounded to 3 stars on Goodreads)
My Goodreads review here.

84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff
Genre: Non Fiction, Epistolary
3 Stars
My Goodreads review here.

Abandoned at 26%
The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle
(meh…not engaging me….not the right read for me)

Let’s Discuss!

What was your favorite read in March?

Did we read any of the same books?

Happy Reading Book Buddies!

“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”
~Rainer Maria Rilke

“I love the world of words, where life and literature connect.”
~Denise J Hughes

“Reading good books ruins you for enjoying bad ones.”
~Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

“I read because books are a form of transportation, of teaching, and of connection! Books take us to places we’ve never been, they teach us about our world, and they help us to understand human experience.”
~Madeleine Riley, Top Shelf Text

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    • It’s fun to find book twins 😘
      honestly, Charing Cross didn’t live up to my expectations after all these years….I think I had it up on an unattainable pedestal….it was good and very unique though.
      I’m reading the sequel now.

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