Well, March was interesting to say the least! Our new little guy was just too excited to wait until May to be born. Thus, I've spent almost all of March in the hospital or recovering at home. Here's what I read in that time.
The Life-Changing Magic to Tidying Up, by Marie Kondo: I had heard so much about this book, and it is clearly popular; I was on the library's waiting list since October! I'm not sure I'd call it life-changing, and I'm not a fan of talking to my possessions. Anyway.
Hope Heals, by Jay and Katherine Wolf: Oh, so good. Such a beautiful story of suffering well. Look for a full review next month!
What Alice Forgot, by Liane Moriarty: A quick, engaging fiction read. It was a good companion for the days I've been stuck in bed. I continue to be a fan of Moriarty's books and already have another one by my bed ready to go!
The Residence, by Kate Brower Andersen: I'm a huge White House geek, so I loved this history of First Families told through the eyes of the White House staff.
Did you read anything good this month?
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