March was a busy month. We spent most of the time enhancing our professional skills which included lots of reading and completion of online courses. The weather was really good so we started some outdoor activities like Hiking, Biking, and Rock Climbing.
In parallel, I tried to be on track with my reading goal. This month, I read fewer books as compared to previous months due to my busy schedule. I read a total of 7 books, out of which 2 were on Kindle and the rest were paperbacks borrowed from Omaha Public Library. My new score is now – 27/60, which means 45% goal completed, not bad right? 🙂
|2||The Crafter’s Guide to Taking Great Photos: The Best Techniques for Showcasing Your Handmade Creations||Adnum, Heidi||Book||Educational/Photography||4/5|
|3||Notes from the Underground||Dostoyevsky, Fyodor||Kindle||Classic||3/5|
|4||Slow Burner||Lippman, Laura||Kindle||Suspense||3/5|
|5||Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Harry Potter, #6)||Rowling, J.K.||Book||Fantasy||4/5|
|6||The Lost Words||Macfarlane, Robert *||Book||Graphic||3/5|
|7||The Need||Phillips, Helen *||Book||Fiction||3/5|
Best among all of them was Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. 6th book in the Harry Potter series. It kept the story as interesting as it was from the beginning. I even wrote 2 blogs on it – blog1, blog2
My top 3 picks:-
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Great fantasy book)
- The Crafter’s Guide to Taking Great Photos (Good for photography with tips and many DIY projects )
- The Need (Fiction that revolves around the necessity and sufferings of motherhood)
Have you read any of the above listed? If yes, which one is your favorite?
Happy Reading! Keep Traveling !!!