It's a quick and easy list this time, friends - please note that I highly recommend the books below. I had a great March Break selection, and other than the first book it's all fiction.
Where the Light Gets In - Kimberly Williams-Paisley (received free review copy)
If you know anyone suffering from a form of dementia, you have to read this. Even if you don't, you should still read it. You know I love a celeb book, and this one couldn't be more personal as actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley (also wife of country star Brad Paisley) shares her mother's journey with Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA). I laughed, I cried and I learned so much.
The Nightingale - Kristin Hannah (France, WWII, a compelling story of sisters doing what they have to do to survive)
The Widow - Fiona Barton (Was her dead husband guilty?)
She's Not There - Joy Fielding (Inspired by the story of little Madeleine McCann who disappeared from her hotel room in Portugal)
Pretty Baby - Mary Kubica (A psychological thriller about a good deed...possibly gone awry. Just a warning that the last three books all involve losing children. I couldn't read them before bed.)
Brooklyn - Colm Toibin (I chose this for our next book club selection, and plan to show the movie at our "meeting" - for me, it's worth seeing twice. I have to say I like how the movie went one step farther than the book to wrap things up nicely, but that's just the kind of reader/viewer I am.)
Shopaholic to the Rescue - Sophie Kinsella (Light and fun, par for the Kinsella course.)
Creed (Sad that Stallone didn't get his Oscar)
Eddie the Eagle (even for older kids - our 7 and 10 year old girls loved it; only a couple of inappropriate parts)
Miracles From Heaven (I posted my deep and sappy thoughts about this movie on Facebook here)
What have you been reading and watching lately?