Reading in Review: March 2024


📚 Reading in Review: March 2024 ⁣

It was the month of 4 Star reads for me and a month of proof that 4 Stars can take on a variety of forms, be awarded for a variety of reasons, and represent a variety of literary qualities. ⁣

It was also another light reading month for me with only 18 books added to my “So Far From My 350 Book Yearly Goal That It Isn’t Even Funny” stack. ⁣

I’ll either catch up and make it look easy, or this will be the year that I reach both my reading and my overachieving limits. ⁣
We shall see. 😜😏⁣

Here are my Wildly Different 4 Star Books⁣


📖 My Side of the River by Elizabeth Camarillo Gutierrez ⁣

Resonant Memoir⁣

📖 Promises of Gold by Jose Olivarez ⁣

Vulnerable, Accessible, Simultaneously Funny and Provoking Poetry ⁣

📖 Parachute Kids by Betty C Tang ⁣

Highly Flawed, Yet Heartfelt Graphic Novel⁣

📖 While You Were Out by Meg Kissinger ⁣

Heartbreaking, Hopeful, Honest Memoir⁣

📖 What To Watch When by Christian Blauvelt ⁣

A Fun Throwback to The Days of Printed “TV Guides”. ⁣

📖 A Game of Thrones The Graphic Novel Volume 1 by Daniel Abraham ⁣

Graphic Retelling As It Should Be⁣

📖 Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane⁣

More Proof Of The Confounding Complexity of Lehane’s Mind (I’ll Never Get Enough) ⁣

📖 Everyday Herbal Teamaking by Glenna A McLean ⁣

Somehow, Delightfully Funny and Informative ⁣

📖 You Are a Theologian by Jen Wilkin and JT English⁣

A Solid Overview for Beginners⁣

📖 Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare ⁣

There’s No Boundary the Bard Didn’t Push⁣

📖 My Husband by Maud Ventura ⁣

Unhinged and Full of Trigger Warnings⁣

📖 Not That Fancy by Reba McEntire ⁣

Nothing Profound, But Reba Being Utterly And Wonderfully Herself ⁣

And, a few 3 Star Reads: ⁣
⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⁣

📖 Lift Like a Girl by Nia Shanks ⁣

📖 I Promise You My Love by Susan Polis Schutz ⁣

📖 Shed Decor by Sally Coulthard ⁣

📖 Cursed Bunny by Bora Chung⁣


📖 Demon Slayer Volume 4 by Koyoharu Gotouge⁣

My Favorite Volume Yet⁣

I also reread (for the 4th time) Uncommon Ground by Tim Keller and Jon Inazu this month and I still give it a resounding 5 stars. ⁣

It is a treasure.

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