Books I Read in March 2022

Books I Read in March 2022

Keeping up my goal of reading 50 books in the year of 2022, I read 4 more books in March.

  1. All This Time by Mikki Daughtry and Rachael Lippincott

All This Time is a book that comes to us by the same authors that wrote Five Feet Apart. This book started off as a book about grief and heartache. Without going into any spoilers, the plot twist about halfway through the novel threw me for a loop. If you are looking for a YA romance with a dash of mystery, it is a good novel for you. Personally I preferred Five Feet Apart to All This Time.

2.   The One Minute Manager by Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson

If you are looking for an introductory business book, this is the one for you. It is a quick read at just over one hundred words, so you can read it in just one sitting. The One Minute Manager is filled with tips for not only managers, but tips that can also be applied to parents. 

3.   The Last Juror by John Grisham

Being my first John Grisham novel, I was not sure what I was stepping into. I was pleasantly surprised by the storytelling and writing style. The Last Juror follows a journalist keeping up with an investigation in the 1970’s. The reader follows main character Willie Traynor as he reports on court hearings and daily life in southern America. Grisham is one of the most compelling authors I have ever read. I could not recommend this book enough. As a quick disclaimer, this novel includes murders and sexual assault— proceed with caution if these are sensitive topics for you.

4.    Analyzing Performance Problems by Robert F. Mager and Peter Pipe

Analyzing Performance Problems is another business book I read this month. This book goes into depth for any possible issue you can run into while managing a team and how to solve them. If you are looking to work collaboratively with a group of people, this novel will be beneficial for you. Broken down in bullet points at the end of each chapter and filled with real life examples, it is easy to follow and apply it to your own life.

What books have you read recently? Comment any recommendations down below!

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