Recommended Reading: Helen Oyeyemi’s Marvelous Boy, Snow, Bird @ Rosemary and Reading Glasses
The Amber Fury – Natalie Haynes @ Savidge Reads
Book #68: Their Eyes Are Watching God @ 101 Books
Men We Reaped by Jesmyn Ward @ Books Speak Volumes
The Martian by Andy Weir @ Sarah Says Read
(at) eleven with fran kimmel: the shore girl @ Matilda Magtree
Fever: A Novel @ The Gilmore Guide to Books
Secrets, Ghosts, and Twists, and Turns: The Winter People @ Only You
A Man Came Out of a Door in a Mountain by Adrienne Harun @ Fourth Street Review
Non Review Posts:
Reading (and Writing) Through Fear @ Musing
Travel Theme: Oceans (and the Irish Coastline) @ Writing Between the Lines
20 Quotations From Writers About Happiness @ Interesting Literature
Girls’ Studies: Oh, How I Miss the Mix Tape @ The Bookshelf of Emily J.
My Top Ten Classic Novels for Teenage Girls @ The Bookshelf of Emily J. (actually from Sept, 2013, but only just read by me, and I really wanted to include it)
12 thoughts on “A Selection of Great Blog Posts March 2014”
Thanks for following and I’m glad you liked the review and the photos!
All your reviews are great- I get a lot out of them!
I love that you do this feature. It is a great way to pick up on reviews i may have missed and a great way to see new-to-me blogs. Thanks.
That’s exactly the reason I do it, so I am glad it’s working well for you!
Thanks again, Naomi! And I agree that Emily’s post on recommended books for teenage girls is a fabulous one! By chance I also just re-read it last week!
I can’t wait for my daughter to start reading some of those books. I gave her To Kill a Mockingbird the other day to get her started. Hopefully, she will decide to read it soon.
Thank you so much, Naomi! I’m honored 🙂
I usually have a few to choose from yours, they are always so good!
I love this feature too! Gives me some new blogs to check out.
Oh, definitely enjoyed these, thanks. On the happiness page, oh my. I loved Wharton’s best, “‘If only we’d stop trying to be happy we’d have a pretty good time.’ and I’ll agree with Tokien, too.
I loved those happiness quotes, too! I think it would be fun to find some more.