Culture I consumed in March, a bit late

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Ach, bit late with this, sorry. Been a busy little motherfucker, though, you know, writing books, looking after the kids, going on holiday to a warm country, shit like that.

Soooo, anyway, below is a list of what I consumed in March. Didn’t read a single screenplay, which is shocking, but there you go. Was on deadlines, lots to review, holiday to plan and go on. Still no excuse.

Some of the books I read that weren’t for review were picked up from our hotel bookshelf and were fucking dreadful. I won’t say which.

The best things I read were Sara Gran’s Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway, which is out in July, and Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being. Both brilliant in very different ways.

For some unknown reason, all the movies I watched this month are ones I’d seen before.

Oh, I’ve also been watching Broadchurch on ITV which is fantastic. Best British crime drama I’ve seen in ages.

Crack on!

Books read for review
Ruth Ozeki, A Tale for the Time Being
Paul Murdin, Are We Being Watched?
Aleksandar Hemon, The Book of My Lives
Frank Bill, Donnybrook
Emma Brockes, She Left Me the Gun
Pippa Goldschmidt, The Falling Sky

Books read not for review
Sara Gran, Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway
Laura Lippman, And When She was Good
Harlan Coben, The Final Detail
Stephen King, Gerald’s Game
Peter James, Perfect People
Michael Connolly, The Reversal

Films watched
The Happening
The Virgin Suicides
Thelma and Louise
Fight Club
Apocalypto
Sunshine

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