Monthly Round-Up: March 2021

I know I’m reading less. I feel it. I tell myself times and seasons, but it does frustrate me. I shouldn’t let it, though. I really ought to change my mindset and just let books come as they do. I used to be that way or at least I feel like I was. I did read a little bit of everything, however, so there’s that.

At any rate, this was, hands-down, my favorite this month:

It was perfect. I saw someone in a reading forum call this YA; it’s not, mostly because the protagonist is a 40-something guy. But it was a good cross-over, and I loved every minute of it.

As for the rest:

YA:

Firekeeper’s Daughter (audio book)
Down Comes the Night

Nonfiction:

Why Fish Don’t Exist

Middle Grade:

From the Desk of Zoe Washington

Adult Fiction:

Shipped
Black Buck (did not finish)

Graphic Novel:

Superman Smashes the Klan

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