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In March 2018 I have read 12 books *cue happy dance* but a lot of them lean more to the romance genre than I care to admit. No, I am not trying to shame fans of the genre but I am keen on diversifying my reading. That said, I have not been doing so well in my reading challenges as I had hoped; #MiddleGradeMarch2018, #ModernMrsDarcy2018 and #theUnreadShelf Project2018.

To be quite honest, I have really considered un-hauling some of the books that I have completed and others that have lost their lustre.  Given that were are now in the fourth month of the year, there is still time to make a couple of changes and to delve further into my evolving reading tastes.

So here’s the breakdown:

Books Read Outside of  #MiddleGradeMarch

Books Read for Middle Grade March Challenge

  • The Circuit by Francisco Jimenez
  • Ana is Still Here by Ida Vos; Translated by Terese Edelstein & Inez Smidt
  • Nzigha: Warrior Queen of Matamba, Angola, Africa (Royal Diaries #6)
  • A Line in the Sand: The Alamo Diary of Lucinda Lawrence (Dear America Series)

Books Read For The Unread Shelf Project 2018

  • The Circuit by Francisco Jimenez
  • Nzigha: Warrior Queen of Matamba, Angola, Africa (Royal Diaries #6)
  • Ana is Still Here by Ida Vos; Translated by Terese Edelstein & Inez Smidt
  • Radical: Taking Back Your Faith From the American Dream By David Platt
  • Hope in the Unseen: An American Odyssey from the Inner City to the Ivy League By Ron Suskind

Other non-book reviews posts

Let me know, what was your favourite and/or least favourite read of March 2018.

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