Southern Spirits by Angie Fox
I hate reading ebooks. I get migraines so I try to avoid looking at tiny words on my phone screen for very long. However, I had a migraine-free day in March and decided to risk it and try to start an ebook. Night Shift on, brightness turned way down, I was ready. And I ended up reading Southern Spirits in one day. One dang day. I flew through it. I've had it for a while as it was free on iBooks but never really dived in. But it was so fun and hit those paranormal cosy crime vibes for me, while still being a super imaginative set-up for the main character and the rest of the series. I'm not sure if I'll pick up the next book- just because I'm trying to cut down my TBR and read books that I already own, but this really made a boring day very fun.
The White Road by Sarah Lotz*
Oh boy. Sarah Lotz is back and knocked this one out of the park! It wasn't quite The Three, which I hold up to impossible standards, but it was miles above Day Four. I'll post a full review nearer to the 4th of May release date. A welcome addition to my shelves.
Anne Boleyn: A King's Obsession by Alison Weir*
This is being published on the 18th of May so I'll post my full review around about then. But in short, Alison Weir blew it out of the park again for me and I'm counting down the days until I can get my hands on the beautiful hardcover to match Katherine of Aragons.
2017 Reading Challenge: 9/80 (I really need to catch up!)
What did you read in March?