March was a better month for reading – I’m pleased I managed to get through 8 books, and every single one was a brilliant read. I love being on a winning streak with reading! Here’s what I read, with links to my reviews where relevant:
Good Intentions by Kasim Ali (2022)
A wonderful contemporary love story that had me full engrossed in Nur and Yasmina’s complicated relationship. You can read my full review here.
The Exhibitionist by Charlotte Mendelson (2022)
This is the first book by this author that I have read, but it will certainly not be the last. You can read my full review of The Exhibitionist here.
The Green Indian Problem by Jade Leaf Willetts (2022)
Another gem from fab indie press Renard – everyone should read this book. My blog tour review is here.
Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan (2021)
This is a short but powerful read, showing just how much can be packed into a few pages by a talented writer. My review of Small Things Like These is here.
Nobody But Us by Laure Van Rensburg (2022)
This is our Squadpod Book Club pick for April, and it is incredible. I’ll have a full review up after our Twitter chat – do join us on @squadpod3 if you have a copy of this gripping read!
My Phantoms by Gwendoline Riley (2021)
Another short but perfectly formed book. This story of a dysfunctional mother-daughter relationship is fascinating and powerful. You can read my full review here.
Wet Paint by Chloe Ashby (2022)
I loved this book – a brilliant debut that announces the author as a talent to watch. Look out for my review on the Wet Paint blog tour – my spot is on 18th April!
When I Sing, Mountains Dance by Irene Sola, translated by Mara Faye Lethem (2022)
This book is as beautiful inside as the gorgeous cover promises. Every sentence is a revelation. I only finished it last night, so I will get a full review up soon – but this is a book that will stay with me for a long time. A stunning read.
I hope you’ve seen something you like among my March reads! Do let me know in the comments if any of these are on your TBR.