March has been a fairly good month for  reading. 7 books have been read 2 of which were for book tours. 4 of the 7 books read fit for some of the prompts for the popsugar reading challenge.

Where the crawdads sing by Delia Owen's
I finished this one on the 1st of March so counted it for March even though I started it in February. I've picked it to use for the popsugar prompt a book with a pink cover. It can however be used for the book with a map prompt but I already have a book planned for that one. I really enjoyed this one Delia really has such beautiful descriptions in her writing. It's a historical fiction so if you like that genre mixed with a bit of mystery than this will probably be a read you will enjoy. Did it live up to the hype? For me it did.

Mine by Clare Empson 
This one is a described as a physiological thriller and for me I felt it wasn't really. I still loved it though and you can read my book tour post here. I've also opted to use this book in the popsugar reading challenge as the prompt written by or about a journalist as Clare Empson is a journalist with a background in national newspapers etc.

Death in the sound by Rhen Garland 
The second book in the versipellis series and once it got going I was hooked. Rhen still keeps us guessing with her twisty and gripping passages. You can read my book tour post here for this one.

Sensory & Motor Strategies by Corinna Laurie 
This is a wonderful guide sharing practical ways to help young children and young people on the autistic spectrum. I've found this very helpful and it will be something I'll be referring to.

 Notting Hill Carnival by Candice Carter-Williams
 I've chosen this read to be for the popsugar prompt a book  by a women of colour. I must admit I couldn't really get into this one. Maybe its because I don't like the whole gang aspect of the story and don't know much about the west side story. 

The Little Dreams of Lara Cliffe by Milly Johnson 
I really enjoyed this fun little sweet story. Definitely one to enjoy when you have spare hour to just read it in one go as it's only 100 pages.

Hidden Bodies By Caroline Kepnes
This is the second book of the Netflix series YOU. I've picked it for the prompt a book featuring one of the deadly sins. So far I'm enjoy this one and I'm pretty sure i will have finished it by the end of March.