What I’ve Been Reading: March

Hello lovelies,

I hope you enjoy these recap, What I’ve Been Reading posts. Personally I love having a sticky beak and seeing what people are reading. I’m always screen shotting book recommendations, so I thought I would make it easier by just doing a blog post. But if you would prefer to have mini reviews on Instagram just let me know.

Photo inspired by Sarah from More Than Adored, but not as très chic.

Crazy Rich People by Kevin Kwan 

This is the third book in the series, so I guess I’m kinda jumping a head when recommending this book. Let’s take it back to the first book, Crazy Rich Asians. It’s literally a story about crazy rich Asians and the challenges of an Asian family. Its funny and so relatable- since I’m Asian and a bit crazy. Unfortunately I’m  not rich…. I don’t know what it is about the book, but honestly I just loved it. And having been to Singapore recently it was great to see all the places mentioned in the book.

The Bricks that Built the House by Kate Tempest‎

Such a different read for me. About three lead characters and overtime you see how their lives overlap. It’s about drugs, sex and dreams. I’m making it sound more rock n roll then it is. Honestly it was an easy but well written book. I loved seeing how all the characters related and overlapped. The only negative was the ending. It ended quite abruptly and I had a few questions as well.

Thirsty by Joel Creasy

So I became obsessed with Joel Creasy after watching I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. He’s a young comedian that talks about pop culture, so very relevant and bloody hilarious. His book is a memoir which is pretty crazy since he’s about 27. But OMG those 27 years are filled with amazing stories! The tone of voice is literally how he speaks in real life which I personally loved but was also full on. If you’re after an easy but fun read check this out.

New posts every Sunday and Thursday!

2 thoughts on “What I’ve Been Reading: March

  1. Can’t go wrong with a good reading marathon! I might need to give some of these books a go…
    I’ve been loving the book ‘Love, Simon’ lately!

    Cortney || Makeup with Cortney


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