The Books I’m Reading For March 2022

I’ve got 3 indie books to read this month – all three of which I’m very excited about!

This is a story by one of the most artistic people I’ve met on Twitter. I’ve started reading it and it’s as amazing as I hoped it would be. She speaks from the perspective of an artist trying to learn the ways of the world – and how she realizes that there is a formula people need to follow in order to win, or at least survive. One can often feel like an alien when they’re highly sensitive and creative. I could relate to much of what she said. I look forward to reading more!

Want to read it too? Check out Human Alien here.

The Mermaid From My Nightmare looks a bit juicy. I look forward to reading another story by Gallo. She has quite a collection of books and she’s supported my work as well. This one will be next after Human Alien. You can buy this story here.

I’m very interested to read this true story of an indigenous man who survives homelessness and addiction, among other things. I hear it’s very gritty and sad, as one would imagine. You can check out this book, here, too! I definitely want to read more from indigenous authors.

What are you reading this month?


  1. Evil Intent by Jane Isaacs. I actually met her a couple of weeks ago, when we went to a meet and greet with her, Nicky Peacock (founder of our writing group) and Sue Moorcroft. It was a great evening, and I got my book Evil Intent signed. I have read two thirds of it, and will post my review soon, but so far I am enjoying the story, and all the twists and turns. It is a great book and I would recommend anyone read it.

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