March Wrap Up: Surprising Reads, To Say The Least

Hello again honeybees! Happy April and belated Easter to those who celebrate. I’ve been procrastinating writing my April TBR but I realized I didn’t even start my March Wrap Up Post! We love a horrible memory.

I ended up reading three books, all of them on different levels of the spectrum. I can’t say this was a great reading month since my ratings are all over the place, but I’m happy to be reading again.

Books Read

We Have Always Lived In The Castle by Shirley Jackson

I had to read this for school and it was the weirdest six hours of my life. That’s an exaggeration but it was so strange and uncomfortable. I’m not quite sure about my feelings for this novel but it wasn’t a great read.

The Pretty One by Keah Brown

This was a superb memoir focusing on disability and several intersections such as race, beauty, and mental illness. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and have been recommending it endlessly since I finished.

Goodnight Kiss 2 by R.L. Stine

I saw this at a local used bookstore and grabbed it immediately. It was a quick and entertaining read that lacked the depth and sophistication that I’m used to, but it was a good read for the time being. It had the summertime vampire vibes that I wanted, so I’m happy.

What did you read in March? Did you find any new favorites? I’d love to know!

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