Without a doubt, March has been one of the weirdest months I've ever experienced; to try and keep some sense of normalcy, here's what I've read, listened to and watched over March (let's be honest, I've had a lot of free time).

What I've Read

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
One of the best books I've ever read. I genuinely loved this book so much that I already can't wait to re-read it. The way this was written was so beautiful, and I felt so immersed in the book from the very first page. Although the plot of this was focused mostly around a murder, it is by no means your typical murder book, I got so attached to all of the characters, and cried several times whilst reading it. It's happy and heartbreaking at the same time, and I would recommend this book to absolutely anyone.


My Sister the Serial Killer by Oykinkan Braithwaite 🌟🌟🌟
I really loved how this was written, the writing style was amazing, and the mixture of story and poetry within the book was amazing. I really liked the plot, and thought the characters were all really interesting, but I hated the ending. I wish the book had been longer, and was frustrated reading the ending.


The Flat-Share by Beth O'Leary 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Unless you've been living under a rock, you will have seen this book all over instagram, and for good reason. This was one of the loveliest stories I've ever read, was truly heartwarming and I got so attached to the characters that I really didn't want the book to end. Just a lovely book. I leant this to my mum after I finished it, and she loved it just as much as I did, so if you're considering reading this, just do it.

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What I've Listened To - March's Playlist 

Here's my march playlist for you! I haven't really discovered many new albums or artists this month, only a few new songs, so I've rounded them all up for you in this playlist! You can follow me on spotify here.




What I've Watched



Good Girls 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
I found this based on a recommendation from the lovely Hannah (@hannah.kelsey_)! It's about three suburban mums who accidentally join a gang, selling drugs and washing money after they rob a grocery store. It's so funny and at points I was watching hiding behind a cushion, but it also tackles real issues at the same time. The characters are so lovely and relatable, and I can't wait to watch the next series.

Pose 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
I discovered this by chance, but it honestly is one of the best things I've ever watched. Set in the 1980's, amongst the AIDS crisis, this series focuses on the LGBTQ+ community and the balls they hosted in New York city. Absolutely heartbreaking, but fills you with so much love and happiness in parts. The characters are all amazing, and have such wonderful but sad stories, and the fashion and music is everything.

Tiger King 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
I'm adding this, although I'm only half-way through it as I write this, because I definitely will have finished it by the time this goes live. The weirdest thing I've ever watched, honestly. I can't really begin to talk about what this is even about, but the tag line "murder, mayhem & madness" sums it up pretty well. If you need some distraction from everything that's going on right now, this is honestly perfect, because you won't believe what you're watched most of the time.


What have you enjoyed reading, listening to & watching this month?

All my love,

Em x