March 2016 Reads




March came in like a lion... and out like a lamb—at least, it did when it came to my reading habits. I started strong, especially because my spring break was at the beginning of the month. But then life happened, and it wasn’t as easy to work reading into my schedule. I just grabbed graphic novels, poetry, and children’s books off of Netgalley when I had some reading time before bed. Altogether, I read 30 books in March, down 9 books from the 39 I read in February.


Novels:
  1. Beautiful Disaster (Beautiful #1) by Jamie McGuire
  2. Chase Me (Broke and Beautiful #1) by Tessa Bailey
  3. Nightshade (Nightshade #1) by Andrea Cremer   
  4. Rough Justice (Sinner's Tribe Motorcycle Club #1) by Sarah Castille
  5. Catherine, Called Birdy by Karen Cushman
  6. Stone Rider by David Hofmeyr

Graphic Novels:
  1. Jessie Elliot Is a Big Chicken by Elise Gravel
  2. Southern Cross, Volume One by Becky Cloonan
  3. Hinges Book Two: Paper Tigers (Hinges #2) by Meredith McClaren
  4. Back to the Future (Back to the Future Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines #1) by Bob Gale
  5. Faith Volume 1: Hollywood and Vine (Faith #1-4) by Jody Houser
  6. Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

Children’s/ Illustrated Books:
  1. The Storybook Knight by Helen Docherty
  2. Too Many Moose by Lisa Bakos
  3. Fuchsia Fierce by Christianne C Jones
  4. Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library by Julie Gassman
  5. The Night the Stars Went Out by Suz Hughes
  6. Herbie's Big Adventure by Jennie Poh
  7. Saved by the Boats: The Heroic Sea Evacuation of September 11 by Julie Gassman
  8. Bedtime for Batman by Michael Dahl
  9. Ooko by Esme Shapiro

Other Genres:
  1. Wonderland by Amily Shen
  2. Unlikely Friendships: Dogs by Jennifer S. Holland
  3. Felines of New York by Jim Tews
  4. Book Blog Tours: An Essential Marketing Tool for Authors by Barb Drozdowich
  5. Pop Manga Coloring Book: A Surreal Journey through a Cute, Curious, Bizarre, and Beautiful World by Camilla d'Errico
  6. Quarter Life Poetry: Poems for the Young, Broke and Hangry by Samantha Jayne
  7. Early Poems by Ezra Pound
  8. Why Happiness Makes Me Nervous by Liza Charlesworth
  9. The Scripture of the Golden Eternity by Jack Kerouac

How was your March?
Get any substantial reading time in?

4 comments :

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    1. The poems were short, cute, and funny. Thanks for stopping by, Missie!

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  2. Great month in reading for you -- and such diverse reads, I'm impressed!

    My March Recap

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    1. Thanks so much, Eva! I'm trying :)

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