I did not do well in March at all. I read all but one on my TBR. I picked all three but I did not pick these two up because “hello there, reading slump.” I love The Hate U Give and Queens of Geek these two books and I am set on finishing it due to the fact that they. are. so. good.
I finished up You’re Welcome, Universe and *heart eyes*. I am in love. I am going to write up a review for the book and have it to be scheduled to post at some point in April.
I still need to write reviews on January and February books. It should be an awesome variety of different posts in April because, in March, it is all memes. There is nothing wrong with it, per say but yeah, it needs to be fresh and different.
As for April TBR, I am hoping to finish up The Hate U Give and Queens of Geek. I am participating in A Very ARCish Readathon. I am hopeful to finish at least two out of these four books.
March – Not A Wrap-Up
The Hate U Give | You’re Welcome, Universe | Queens of Geek
Girl out of Water // Laura Silverman
I first heard about this book from Twitter. Back when Trump was running, Laura was just expressing her opinions on him and people got winded of it and start harassing her. , most stupid men, were on her and got other people to Goodreads and to rate her not-yet-release book 1 star. When I went on Goodreads to rate it 5 stars for a while to help boost her, lift her up, I read the synopsis and I fell in love. When I saw this book were up for requests on NetGalley, I requested and got approved! So excited!
Noteworthy // Riley Redgate
I saw a review from Kristi @ Melbourne on my Mind on this book. She fell in love with it and were gushing all about it. It made me go ahead and requested it. I get declined more than I get approved. To my pleasant surprise, I got approved! I am excited to start reading this soon!
Women in Sports: 50 Fearless Athletes Who Played to Win // Rachel Ignotofsky
I am a huge sports fan, even though I don’t participate. When the football season is around, you will see me sit in front of TV and cheer or curse. I am excited about this year’s season. ANYWAY! Back to the book; when I first saw this book on NetGalley, I have to read this because we do not hear much about women in sports in general. Usually, we would hear about ARod or Kobe Byrant, or even Tom Brady. It needs to change.
Lilli De Jong // Janet Benton
To be honest, I forget why I requested this book from NetGalley. It would be a great surprise to see why when I sit down and read this book. The cover, though, so beautiful. It feels dark and heartbreaking.