Things I read in March

Got through a few enjoyable things this month…

Spent more time walking that reading but got through a few things. All were very fantastic, and I think my only regret i I didn’t listen to more audio books when I walked. Seemed a bit of a missed opportunity. That said, it was mostly raining or snowing or worse for March, so there is that…

Things I read in February

Couldn’t not read ‘Go set a watchman’ after reading ‘To kill a mockingbird’ and I bloody loved it! Some people don’t, and they’re entitled to their incorrect opinion. Im no critic, so don’t know how to properly review a book, but I just enjoyed it so. Funny, moving, beautifully written and scratched that itch left after reading Mockingbird…

Island by David Almond was a lovely surprise, and I finished it in one sitting. Well written, characters I quickly came to care about and a tender tale of…hmm…fate? Coincidence? Happenstance? Whatever it was I enjoyed it and sometimes that is all that matters.

The Last Man graphic novel has been turned into an Amazing TV show, and im determined to finish the series before I watch it. I bloody love Brian K Vaughan, and his work on SAGA is one of my most favourite graphic novel series. Im enjoying this very much and do so wont anything post apocalyptic, although may might say as all men being dead bar one is less apocalypse and more blissful-everyday-is-like-Christmas.

What you reading this month?

Things I read in January

So there was one that I was reading for the 2nd time and a classic that I was reading for the 1st. A 3rd That I endured and a 4th Which I figure I ought to read given that I bought it.

Stephen King dishes out some wonderful writing advice as well as an intriguing tale of his journey to writing superstardom. I’ve read this a couple of times and I find it hugely inspirational And it really does deliver a simple message on the art of writing.

I’m not going to try and explain why To Kill a Mockingbird is so bloody good. I’m pretty certain generations of school children have analysed it to death.

What I will say is that it is an absolutely beautifully written piece of work. You really could learn so much by just reading and learning. How I have gone this long without reading it is pretty shameful to be honest…

The other 2 were just filler really but I enjoyed both to varying degrees for different reasons. None of which I can be arsed actually going into.

As you can see I’m not really doing book reviews I’m just sharing my initial thoughts on what I’ve enjoyed reading this month.

What have you been reading?