My March Reads

The daffodils are blooming and the tulips on the windowsill are too. The seedlings have sprouted, and once they get a second set of leaves, they’ll make the pilgrimage to the greenhouse to harden off before being planted out in May. Gardeners live for warmer weather and more hours of daylight, but the downside – if there is a downside – is that the gardening season means less time to curl up with a book. At least for now. Once the spring chores are done and the seedlings are planted out, there’s usually more time. That being said, I can always find an hour or two after sunset to get in bit of reading. Here’s what I’m enjoying this month:  

Grit by Angela Duckworth

When No One is Watching by Alyssa Cole

Instructions to the Cook: A Zen Master’s Lessons in Living a Life That Matters by Bernie Glassman & Rick Fields

Books read to date in 2021: 26

4 thoughts on “My March Reads

  1. I typically only read an hour or so before bed, so the seasons don’t change it much for me. Just finished A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towes and Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman, both of which I really enjoyed.

    1. You’re the second person to recommend Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine so I definitely need to search that one out. I hadn’t heard of A Gentleman in Moscow but the time period appeals to me and Amor Towes is an excellent writer, so that needs to go on the list too!

  2. I just finished the Winter Sea-by Susanna Kearsley. My favourite Timeslip genre.I thoroughly enjoyed it. I guess I will have to read the Eleanor Oliphant is completely Fine book as well.

    1. I have Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine on reserve at the library. It should be coming soon!

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