What’s up, everyone?
I haven’t done a monthly wrap-up in a looooong time, so brace yourself for the mess that this post is going to be. You’ll have to forgive me for having read so little in the month of March since 1) the world has gone completely haywire and 2) I’ve just gotten out of an embarrassingly long reading+blogging slump.
I warned you… I have read very little this month, considering I’m a pretty fast reader and typically finish 20+ books each month. I have linked any reviews written this month to their respected book titles. Pink represents physical books, blue represents eBooks, and purple represents rereads.
- Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power
- You are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks
- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
- Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
- Mocking Jay by Suzanne Collins
- The Wicked King by Holly Black
Even though I didn’t read much in March, I am happy to say that all of the books I read were at least four star reads! I definitely read some great books this month.
I think I’ve done a pretty good job sticking to my posting schedule this month! The goal was to post at least twice a week, and it looks as though I’ve succeeded. I’m hoping to post even more in April.
- Spring TBR
- QUARAN-TBR: Books I Plan to Read While I am Quarantined at Home due to the Coronavirus + Life Update
- ARC Review: Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power
- WWW Wednesday 3/18
- 10 Books to Read When You Are Bored During Quarantine
- ARC Review: You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
- Review for The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
- This or That Book Tag
Favourite Posts of the Month:
I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this post since I saw it! May has recreated the original book covers of the Lunar Chronicles, one of my favorite series, in the most beautiful, astonishing way. I kid you not, her drawings look EXACTLY like the actual cover art. Please check out her post and her blog because she is the best!
This was such a fun post! Sophie has set up author teams and we get to decide which team wins! I was Team O which consisted of Lauren Oliver and Michelle Obama. Go check out Sophie’s post and let me know what team you’re on!
As I already mentioned, I LOVE the Lunar Chronicles, and I really enjoyed reading Miri’s review for Fairest, the novella of the series. I really liked the book, so I was happy to see she liked it too! Definitely go take a look at her review and her blog!
El has just returned from a blogging break, so please check out her blog and welcome her back! I loved reading her coronavirus TBR, as I need to find some new reading material. I suddenly have so much more free time to read due to this virus.
How has your month been? Have you read anything good lately? Let me know!