Spell the Month in Books | March 2021
Last month I added this challenge to my list of posts to start incorporating into my blog content, after reading Nicki’s (from Secret Library Book Blog) February Spell the Month in Books post. Since then I’ve seen Fictionophile and Elaine Howlin take part, and I’ve decided this month will be the month I join in on the fun.
Spell the Month in Books was brought to life by Jana at Reviews From The Stacks. The challenge is to spell the current month using the first letters of book titles (full details here), and while there are some suggested themes, the selections are really up to the blogger/reader.
For March, and for this week (read an ebook week) in particular, I’ve selected books from my ebook library/collection.
Modern Brush Lettering | Becki Clark
This was one of only two approvals I received during my short time on Edelweiss+. I’ve referred to it a few times, but I prefer books like this to be in the physical form so it’s sadly my most neglected ebook.
Ayiti | Roxane Gay
I finished reading this short story collection (Roxane Gay’s debut) just yesterday, and all fifteen of the stories are unforgettable.
Ravens Gathering | Graeme Cumming
Since reviewing this book, I have purchased a physical copy, but the electronic copy I initially read is still stored among my other ebooks.
Celestial creatures | Olga gibbs
All the books in this series could be placed under H, but I hope it’s not cheating if I use the series name to list them under C. I’ve read and reviewed Heavenward, Hallow, and Harbinger, and still need to read Halo (it’s downloaded and ready for me to read it!).
His Only Wife | Peace Adzo Medie
I was lucky enough to receive this eARC (and eventually a physical ARC) of this stunning novel. If you’re interested, you can read my review here.
Are you familiar with any of my selections? Have you participated in this challenge? Share your thoughts and/or links in a comment below.
Welcome! I’m so glad to have you join in, I hope you had fun putting your list together! I haven’t read any of these books, but they all look interesting in their own way. Happy Reading!