March Reading List

Maybe we'll get spring after all! I found these on my walk this afternoon in Providence.

Maybe we’ll get spring after all! I found these on my walk this afternoon in Providence.

Every single book I read in March was well worth it. Isn’t that great? More snow, family illness, husband travel–but the reading was terrific. I liked them all, but I marked the ones you should go read right now with a double asterisk.

Carry On, Warrior, by Glennon Doyle Melton
The Night of the Gun, by David Carr **
The Boy Who Lost Fairyland, by Catherynne M. Valente **
Disgruntled, by Asali Solomon **
Lillian on Life, by Alison Jean Lester
Egg and Spoon, by Gregory Maguire **
The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher (Short Stories), by Hilary Mantel
Sparrow Road, by Sheila O’Connor
Missing Reels, by Farran Smith Nehme **
Boy, Snow, Bird, by Helen Oyeyemi

2 thoughts on “March Reading List

  1. donna lee

    You read some interesting books! I did more listening than reading (helps with the commute). I listened to
    What If by Russell Munro (he writes the xkcd cartoon and the book is serious scientific answers to “what if” questions-like “what if you put all the elements on the periodic table next to each other in real life?”- Your kids would probably love it.
    I listened to Steven King and then To Kill a Mockingbird. Now I am listening to Anna Karenina. A very mixed bag.
    and thank all the gods and goddesses that spring may actually come!

    1. amy Post author

      Thank you for the recommendation! I also have To Kill a Mockingbird in my Kindle Library queue (for a re-read), and I loved Anna Karenina. It’s been a long while; I might be due for a re-read of that as well.

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