What I Read:
*Severed: A History of Heads Lost and Heads Found by Frances Larson
0% male /100% female
0% American / 100% International
0% ebook / 100% audiobook / 0% physical
0% fiction / 100% non-fiction
*Deadly Class: Reagan Youth (Volume 1) by Rick Remeder, Wesley Craig, Lee Loughride.
*Deadpool Killustrated by Cullen Bunn, Matteo Lolli
*X-Men: Primer (volume 1) by Brian Wood, Oliver Coipel, David Lopez
100% male / 0% female
75% American / 25% International
100% ebook / 0% audiobook / 0% physical
100% fiction / 0% non-fiction
So. That's a pretty pitiful March. It was a tough month for me, reading wise and in general. I was so busy with so many things and when I finally got time to read I just didn't connect with anything. I picked up so many books, got a few chapters in, and put them down, or gave up a couple of pages in. I considered going back to a book I knew I loved, like Harry Potter, but I was so busy I didn't really feel like rereading books either, haha. In the last week I seem to have finally moved out of my funk though. I'm most of the way through Joyce Carol Oates' Wild Nights, which is a collection of short stories written about the final days of several iconic authors, and Elizabeth Wain's Codename Verity. I'm enjoying them both a great deal, plus they're both ladies, so huzzah for April's diversity stats!!
I don't have much to report on because moving house is taking over my life, as is teaching/finishing my PhD. Oooh, one thing! I got my Ninja book swap gift in March! Yay for bookish gifts in the mail!