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March Monthly News

Welcome to the March edition of the monthly news!
Not much happened this month until last night, when my cousin passed away. Now I'll spend today getting in touch with family. Getting older sucks, especially as we lose loved ones. 
At any rate, let's see what I read and watched in March...


BOOKS:
  1. The Housewife Assassin's Handbook by Josie Brown (recommend)
  2. A Is For Alibi by Sue Grafton (recommend)
  3. The Iron King (Manga) by Julie Kagawa
  4. The Librarian: Little Boy Lost by Eric Hobbs (recommend)
  5. The Librarian: Unhappily Ever After by Eric Hobbs

MOVIES:
YEARLY TOTAL: 14 Books & 12 Movies


BOOK OF THE MONTH:


BOOK OF THE YEAR:


SPECIAL POSTS:
  1. Dead In A Week by Andrea Kane (Guest Post)




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Comments

  1. I am curious about The Housewife Assassin's Handbook! Have a great April :)

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  2. Widows looks really good and I'm glad you enjoyed it. I didn't know The Iron King had been made into manga. That sounds so interesting. I hope you enjoy your April!

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  3. I am sorry to hear about your cousin, getting older does suck. Sending well-wishes to you and your family.

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  4. I am sorry to hear about your cousin. Love both those covers and I think I would enjoy them both.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  5. I am sorry about your cousin. Thanks for the recommendations.

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  6. So sorry to hear about your loss. Praying for peace for your family in this difficult time.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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