March Reads

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March has been another great reading month with some great reads including two magazines which I've really enjoyed.

It seems on average at the moment I'm getting through 5 books a month. This is definitely much better than last year, I think this is due to making sure I spend less time on social media and more time reading.

Anyway lets move on to what I've been reading in March.


Breathe Magazine

I started the month by reading a copy of breathe magazine which I really enjoyed. It's a magazine on wellbeing, Mindfullness, creativity and escaping. Not only is the magazine a lovely read full of great articles and tips but the images and art work are stunning. The next copy is out 5th April and I can't wait to get my hands on a copy.



A cottage in a woods by Cass Green 
I found this book so gripping it was hard to put down and I found myself reading through it very quickly. This is definitely a great physiological thriller and I fully reccomend giving it a read if you are into this kind of thing.

Blood Sisters By Jane Corry 
Another thriller by author who wrote My husbands wife. The story is of 3 girls. One good, one bad, one dead. There seems to be mixed views on this book. If you have read it I'd love to know what you thought of it. I'm actually passing my copy on as I'm doing a few book swaps recently.

Big Little Lies By Liane Moriarty
This has to be my favourite reads this month. I'm a huge fan of Liane Moriarty's books and so I picked up a copy of big little lies from my TBR pile.
I've now also watched the series which I felt wasn't as good as the book but still enjoyable. 


How to stop time by Matt Haig 
For me I definitely found this book to be a slow starter and nearly gave up as I just couldn't get into it. However I'm glad I didn't and persevered as it turned out to be an amazing read and I really enjoyed it once I got more into it.


Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeymam

I had to  jump on the bandwagon to read Eleanor Oliphant by Gail Honeyman. It seems to be mentioned everywhere at the moment. I was worried it wouldn't live up to the hype however I'm glad to say I was wrong and really enjoyed it! 

In the moment magazine
This magazine is similar to breathe magazine and so it was an enjoyable read. Like breathe there are great articles and tips and stunning images and art work. The sleep visualisation cards with this copy are a must for me as recently sleep as been such a struggle. The next issue is out on 3rd April.


what have you been reading this month? Have you read any of the books or magazines I've mentioned? If not is there any that stand out for you that you will be adding to your TBR pile?

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