Well, it’s been a month, hasn’t it? Luckily, needing to hide from things makes for a good reading month. Not so much a great mental health month, but there it is.
Books I read this month:
Jackaby | Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk | Dreadnought | Sorcerer to the Crown | Rise: How a House Built A Family | Trans Voices | Always | Shadowshaper (review on 3/20) | The Witch With the Glitch | Dust Bowl Girls | Fearless (review on 2/9) | Flowers of Luna (review on 2/2) | Unburied Fables | Jerkbait | You Can’t Touch My Hair | Things We Lost In the Fire (review on 2/17) | The Education of Margot Sanchez (review on 2/13) | Here We Are (review on 2/3) | Born A Crime* | Piecing Me Together (review on 2/10) | Everything Belongs to Us (Review on 3/27)* | Binti:Home
*= Still reading. Some things take longer to get through than others.
Character Interview: Hello World by Tiffany Rose & Alexandra Tauber | #TBT: The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead | My #DiverseAThon TBR | Rapid Fire Book Tag | I’m Attempting to Beat The Backlist | Goals for 2017 | Cover Reveal:: 27 Hours by Tristina Wright |
You will notice that I took part in #DiverseAThon, but I’m still reading two of the books on that list. I totally bombed, due to life getting in the way, but I am still reading them! I’ll do my full wrap up once I actually finish Born a Crime & Everything Belongs to Us.
Books I Bought:
The Second Mango by Shira Glassman | Silver in the Blood by Jessica Day George | Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown | Born A Crime by Trevor Noah | Salt by Nayyirah Waheed | Nejma by Nayyirah Waheed | Phaeton by Rachel Sharp | On The Edge of Gone by Corrine Duyvis | Binti: Home by Nnedi Okorafor
At 100, veteran celebrates life with family, friends | Southern Virginia MultiModal Park ‘could be the door to the outside world’ | Virginians make voices heard in Washington on Affordable Care Act votes | Supervisors award contract to bring broadband to rural Pittsylvania County | Donut delights: Mama Crockett’s working to ‘bust into new towns’ | On the run to Boston: Training, determination and a lot of miles go into preparing for marathon | Kaine testifies in support of United Steelworkers
What did you work on that you were proud of this month? What did you read and love? Talk to me about the positive things this month!