Monthly Reads {March}

Hello friends! We’re already 1/4 of the way done with 2019 can you actually believe it I certainly can’ttt. (Talk about a run-on :P)

Today I shall be sharing with you my reads from March!!

(Okay honestly for some weird reason I have NOT been reading much lately sooo)

Weird photo, but eh

Finished Reading

Four by Veronica Roth. This is an extra book in the Divergent series and it was super interesting! It was basically about one of the characters’ life before the original books and part of when he is actually in the story. I enjoy reading books like these because it’s telling the same story but from a totally different point of view. The only flaw was that it was a tad too short, but extra books are short that way.

Another fantastically horrible photo

Currently Reading

Circus Shoes by Noel Streatfield. So far this story has been about some children who ran away to their uncle who works in a circus and currently learning about life in the circus. This book would he okay-ish for middle graders but only mildly if not, not at all entertaining for teenagers.
If you want your can check out my Goodreads for more updates! (I believe the link is in the sidebar and the previous Monthly Reads post πŸ˜‰)

Annnnnd looks like that’s all I have for today! Also sorry about this ridiculously short and crappy post but I’m kinda unwell and tired therefore I am a bit wonky. Not crazy. Wonky. Heheh.

And sorry for my inactiveness because I just came back from camp :/

Also I will be participating in a blogging challenge hosted by Maggie! Do join her if you wish. I won’t he posting every single day but post as often as possible.

Happy April Fools’ Day πŸ˜‚

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