March in Review

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


March in Review

My favorite fiction read this month was The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown and my favorite non-fiction was Bringing Adam Home: The Abduction That Changed America by Les Standiford & Sgt. Joe Matthews. Other books I reviewed:
Got some other reads that I still need to write reviews for. And I can't believe I still did not review the non-fiction from last month that I sooo loved! That will hopefully be coming up this month too.

Lots to look forward to in April! The UCF Orlando Book Festival, the blogger get-together afterward (I'm finalizing details so those of you on that list look out for an e-mail and those who still want to join please let me know!), and the read-a-thon which I may finally get to "officially" participate in for the first time ever!

Oh, and one of these days I'll finish reading Freedom... LOL. No, I didn't forget about the review. I just lost interest for a little bit.

Hopefully we don't have too many showers in April. I need to spend some time at the beach and pool! I LOVE spring!!


6 comments:

Zibilee said...

It looks like you had a great reading month! I also loved The Weird Sisters and will be talking about it at book club tonight!

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

April is going to rock for you! Yay!

readingwiththefishes said...

Dang Girl! Looks like you got a lot accomplished! :)

Aryelle @ ReadingwiththeFishes

Michelle (Red Headed Book Child) said...

Gosh, i wish I could go to the pool or the beach!

Michelle (my books. my life.) said...

Did you see that Eleanor Brown is going to be at the UCF Book Festival?

Jenny said...

Michelle, I did!! I'm excited to meet her!

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