If you read my last post, then I'm sure you already know that I've been a bit behind in my blog posts recently, particularly in those related to my reading challenge. So this post is a little bit past it's due date, however, as they say, it's better late than never!! This month, I'll be reading a fair bit of non-fiction reads which is a bit out of my typical range but I'm very excited for the change! I'll also be reading a memoir type book by one of my fav actresses.
Here are the books I'll be reading in March...
Leave Me by Gayle Forman ~ I think at some point, we all have wanted a bit of a break from our own lives. In this book, the main character takes that a step further and decides to leave her life and family behind and just run away. I've read a few of Gayle Forman's books before, which have dealt with major life changes, including my all-time fav Just One Day. I really enjoy Gayle Forman's work and I'm very much looking forward to what has the potential to be another gem from her!
Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick ~ Anna Kendrick is one of my fav celebs, not only in her acting but also in her presence on social media. Her tweets almost always make me laugh and I love how completely authentic she always is. I'm v eager for this!
So Sad Today: Personal Essays by Melissa Broder ~ I'm really interested in this book. You may of heard of the So Sad Today Twitter account, which is a thread of the author's sad thoughts and such. This is essentially an extension of that. It deals with anxiety - which obvs hits close to home - along with other dark themes such as death and addiction.
Quiet: The Power of Introverts by Susan Cain ~ I've wanted to read this one for a really long time. As an extreme - and I do mean extreme - introvert, this seems like it will be v appropriate! I feel like being an introvert is a tough gig, esp when you're surrounded by extroverts. It's hard sometimes to understand why you are the way that you are and I hope that this book will give me some much needed insight.
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde ~ I've had this sitting on my bookshelf ever since I picked it up in NYC almost a year ago. I'm finally planning on reading it! It's been awhile since I've read a classic, so I'm v excited for this!
BONUS: I'll also be reviewing Where'd You Go, Bernadette which was on my February TBR post. I didn't finish it in time to include a review on that post, so I'll just be tacking it onto this month instead!
Can't wait to get reading and reviewing!