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Friday, April 1, 2022

Everything I Read in March (and Februrary), 2022

Yeah...on the second month of the year I missed the mark, but I think I've come back with a vengeance in March! I'm proud of myself for reading this much in the last 31 days and I'm looking forward to more books in April. On my list: Cultish, She the People and All Hail the Queen.


Table Manners: The Cookbook

Table Manners is my favorite podcast of all time (yes, it out beats My Dad Wrote a Porno). It puts me in the best mood, it makes me want to cook and most of all it makes me want to be besties with the hosts. This cookbook is broken down into ease and difficulty and I really enjoyed that as a person who doesn't love cooking. I've saved 14 recipes from it and that's a lot for me!

The Saboteurs

This was my February book club pick. I liked it, but I didn't love it. Isaac Bell is my favorite of Cussler's characters but this one just left something to be desired for me, personally. I did like how much Bell's wife was involved but I called who the bad guy was from basically day one.

Teatime at Grosvenor Square

I read this in preparation for Bridgerton season 2! It's a cute book, but the recipes are 100 percent meant for a tea party. I saved two but they are more for upcoming events than for just my dinner. I realize the book title tells you this, I just wanted to confirm.

A Special Place for Women

This was the best book I read all month. I had been wanting to read it for forever! I was very into the idea of The Wing back in like 2016 (or whenever it was popular) so the idea of a mysterious fictional version really appealed. This one had so many twists and turns and I missed most of them. It's just an overall fun read.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

The second book is my favorite, but this has always been a close second and the re-read (well, re-listen) confirmed this. There is so much character development in this book and I enjoyed it. I still have so many thoughts on the entire HP series itself, but ehhh I can't say anything everyone else hasn't said.

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

I thought I had a pretty high opinion of this book, it was certainly up there for me. But upon re-read I'm not the biggest fan. It's just kind of boring. The best parts for me are when Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione get together because that is really left behind in the movies. I did get sad when Dumbledore died, even though I knew it was coming.

Mr. Malcom's List

This was my book club pick for March and I read it 2.5 hours. It's really sweet and light. You can read it that quickly because nothing is complicated and half the book takes part in like one week at a manor house. If I'm being honest I fell for the secondary characters of Julia and Henry more than Malcom and Selina.


Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Still don't like this book. It's my least favorite of all seven, although that used to be the one below...

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Yeah, this used to be my least favorite, however I think I was using the movie to make me dislike it so much. Now it is my second least favorite haha!

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