Here we are, a third of the way through April, and I haven’t even gotten to my March wrap-up yet. We’re going to keep this short and sweet this month.
We’ve headed into the last quarter of school for my kids (my son is graduating – ack!), and life is honestly a blur for me at this point. I only read five books last month (I didn’t even finish my #readchristie2022 March book until April 3!), and I feel lucky I made it through five books.
- Unmasked: My Life Solving America’s Cold Cases by Paul Holes. 5 Stairs. This memoir is a great look into the life of a criminologist who is obsessed with finding justice. Paul is empathetic, dedicated, and detailed, and this book takes you through his lifelong journey to find answers and solve the toughest cases.
- When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord. 4.5 Stairs. A fun YA romcom in which Millie ends up working at a summer internship with her mortal enemy while trying to track down her birth mother.
- The Rumor Game by Dhonielle Clayton and Sona Chapaipotra. 4 Stairs. A look into the potentially disastrous and devastating affects of rumors in this high tech age of social media, told through the lens of three high school girls.
- If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won’t) by Betty White. 4 Stairs. A short and sweet memoir written in 2011. Loved listening to this audiobook, narrated by the lovely Betty White herself.
- The Orphan Witch by Paige Crutcher. 3 stairs. I’m not sure why I didn’t connect with this book more, I usually love fantasy stories involving witches.
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March was busy and April isn’t looking much better for reading, blogging, or reader planning time. I’ve got a few reviews for ARCs that I need to post here, hoping to get those done soon! In the meantime, follow me on Instagram and Twitter for (hopefully) more frequent updates. Happy spring!