Hello everyone. I am actually going to be reading a few of books every month from different genres and discussing them in a grouped book haul again at the end of each month. I have always enjoyed reading a few books at once but I must admit that in March I did not read as much as I wanted to. But, in April, I have so many books to choose from that I cannot wait to discuss them with you. I decided to narrow it down to three books. The three books I chose this month were on my long To Be Read list that I want to start working on for 2019.
March By Andrew Aydin & John Lewis
I have been enjoying a few buddy reads this year and I decided to go read a new adventure through a graphic novel following the lives of a few prominent leaders from the past. I must admit I have been wanting to read this book for awhile. I finally placed this book on hold at my local library and I plan on reading it the same day. March is a trilogy series and focuses on John Lewis (who is now a Congressman) that marched with Martin Luther King Jr. and was trying to make a change in the past through the Civil Rights Movement.
According to Amazon, March Book One synopsis is "Before he became a respected Congressman, John Lewis was clubbed, gassed, arrested over 40 times, and nearly killed by angry mobs and state police, all while nonviolently protesting racial discrimination. He marched side-by-side with Martin Luther King as the youngest leader of the Civil Rights Movement that would change a nation forever."
You can find March at: Amazon
Sincerely By F.S. Yousaf
F.S. Yousaf is an author that I came across on Amazon specifically Kindle Unlimited. F.S. Yousaf wrote a poetry book called Euphoria where he speaks on self reflection, love, religion and his life. Euphoria left me wanting to read more poetry from Yousef, so, I decided to purchase his second book called Sincerely.
Based on Amazon, Sincerely is about how the author "compiles some letters and love poems into a small book that truly defines the meaning of how much a person can mean to another. This is very different from his first collection, as this one only carries positivity and hope for a better tomorrow. Prepare yourself to be smitten by this collection."
You can find Sincerely By F.S. Yousaf at: Amazon
Tesoro By Yesika Salgado
Yesika Salgado is a familiar author that I first was introduced to because of her first poetry book entitled Corazon, which I enjoyed. Salgado has bilingual poetry and speaks on multiple topics including: self love, relationships, family and her life. Corazon captured me enough to where I wanted to read her second book called Tesoro. I cannot wait to see what her second poetry book has to offer. I have been curious to read more poetry this month because as of this year I have not read much poetry.
Based on Amazon, Tesoro is about "a story of family, survival, and the formative power of the women in Salgado’s life. It is a telling of the balance between love and perseverance. Tesoro is an unearthing of the sacred connections that make a person whole; the treasure we forever keep with us when we learn from those we love, when we mourn those we’ve lost, and what grows in between."
I am reading three books this month and will be devouring these books as soon as I get the chance. If you are familiar with these authors, let me know what you think about them. If you are not familiar with these authors, are you maybe interested in reading their books? Or you can just give me insight into what you are reading this month. I look forward to giving you a short book discussion again at the end of the month (:
You can find Tesoro at: Amazon
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