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March Monthly News

Welcome to the March edition of monthly news!

BOOKS:
  1. Ensnared by Rita Stradling (recommend)
  2. Wildcat by Sara Paretsky

MOVIES:
  1. XMen Apocalypse (recommend)
  2. Assassin's Creed (recommend)

                                           Yearly Total:  7 Books & 4 Movies

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    Comments

    1. Glad to see you like what you read and saw this month, for the most part!

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    2. I haven't heard of Ensnared by Rita Stradling, but I read one of Rita Stradling's other books last year and loved it. I will need to check it out. Have a great April!

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    3. VI Warshawski series is on my TBR! I have yet to read it. Steampunk is a bit of a hit or miss with me, but I'm glad you enjoyed Ensnared! I do love retellings. Hope you have a Happy April!

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    4. Is superpoints the same as it's always been? I used to do that, but now I shop mostly thur mypoints and ebates.

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      1. Superpoints is one I should remove. It used to be good, you just press a button a bunch of times and get points. After so many points you can cash out for GC's. They changed things though and it sucks now.

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    5. I hope you’re having a good April and getting lots of reading done!

      Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    6. I enjoyed this post! Happy reading!
      Megan @ http://wanderingsofabookbird.blogspot.co.uk/

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    7. Two by Two looks adorable! I remember my daughters dancing on our feet. Thanks for posting!

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