Month In Review

March was another good reading month for me.  I managed to read a lot during the first part of the month (all that cold weather still) which is good because life got very busy in the second half and it became difficult to get much reading down.  So it all evened out for a good reading month.

Here are the books I read in March with my GoodReads ratings:

March: Book One - John Lewis *****
The Fringe Hours - Jessica Turner *****
Higher Ed - Tessa McWatt ****
Love, Lies, and Louboutins - Katie Oliver ****
Funny Girl - Nick Hornby ****
The Evening Chorus - Helen Humphreys ****
A Bit of Difference - Sefi Atta ****
If You’re Not the One - Jemma Forte ****
Fire and Air - Erick Vlaminck ***


Canadian Book Challenge (3), Diversity on the Shelf (2)

What I’m Looking Forward to in April

I managed to get a few books cleared off of Netgalley which was good for me, now I just have 2 left so I’m continuing with that.  There are a few specific books I’m looking forward to this month including The Vintage Girl’s Guide to Love and Romance by Kirsty Greenwood and, of course, God Help the Child by Toni Morrison.

What was your favourite book in March?

What are you looking forward to in April?


  1. You've reminded me that I've never written a review for Funny Girl. Better get on that.

    1. I haven't written mine either and I really need to get on that!


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