Reading-wise, March was tepid. Much to my surprise, I have begun socialising with my colleagues. I usually read a lot at work; now that I spend my breaks with my colleagues, my reading suffers a wee bit. But that’s not a complaint really. 🙂
I read a couple of enlightening books in March, and a few light-reads too. That way, I am glad.
Here is the list.
❤ = Favourite
- Keep My Posted by Lisa Beazley
- Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi
- Worlds Apart: 2 Friends, 2 Journeys, and 10 life lessons – A True Story by Smitha Murthy and Dorothee Lang ❤
- An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir ❤
- The Story of Lucy Gault by William Trevor ❤
- When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi ❤
- Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng ❤
- Outline by Rachel Cusk ❤
Blogging-wise, I had a good month.
My parents celebrated their wedding anniversary on 18th March, and I interviewed my mum to mark the occasion. 😉
I wrote a blog on quitting my dream job, and making peace with my hard decision. I am glad I wrote about it.
I participated in the ‘A Day in the Life of…’ event, and made a BIG confession. 😉
Did I tell you? As a tribute to my favourite author RK Narayan, I am going to host a readalong in May. I look forward to reading some of his books with you. 🙂
The last week of March was a bit weird. I couldn’t read much. I wanted to read something light, but nothing helped. Then I knew that a doggie-book would be the right cure. So, I am reading Kathleen Gerard’s The Thing Is, which is lovely so far. I have also started reading Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar. I was warned not to read now. But, I think I can manage. I am also looking forward to reading Daniel Kehlmann’s Me and Kaminski for TJ @ My Book Strings’s 12 Germans in 2016.
I intend to do more reading in April, along with some more doodling, cycling, and I hope to resume doing yoga.
Please let me know about your March.
And, have a great April! 🙂