Hello my lovely friends!
How are you all holding up? How is the world treating you? I hope you are looking after yourself and staying inside! I’ll be honest, it’s driving me a little bit mad, but we must do what we must do to keep ourselves and others safe.
Here we are. March is over. April is upon us. I’m here to share the books I read in March!
In March, I managed to read 13 books.
I read 8 of them since the lockdown started. I was a little bit poorly, so I haven’t been able to go into work yet.
Do you wanna see what I read!?
Let’s start with YA
All of these were sent from the publishers and let me tell you, they’re all bloody brilliant! I’ve written a review of Last Lesson already, with the reviews for the others coming in the next few weeks! Would recommend them all for very different reasons. There’s something for everyone!
Looking for something to make you laugh? Check out Pretty Funny.
Looking for a spooky, creepy read? Good Girls Die First is for you.
Wanna be shocked and enthralled? Get yourself Last Lesson.
Need a bit of dystopian escape from this world? Dive into The Good Hawk.
What about MG?
Again, I was sent some of these from publishers and I purchased a few too! I loved pretty much all of these. There’s something for all kinds of readers in this pile. I’ve reviewed Evie in the Jungle and The Ghost Garden so far, with reviews coming for the rest of them in the coming weeks.
Love a bit of history? Check out Ghost Garden, The Vanishing Trick or The House of Hidden Wonders!
Are you on the hunt for a good mystery? You need to get Anisha, Accidental Detective or Mic Drop!
Do you love books about animals? Consider buying Evie in the Jungle or Pests!
Looking for a super satisfying quick read? You can’t go wrong with Isadora Moon or Willow Wildthing!
This year, I set my target 52 as usual. I’m aiming for 52 kids books alongside that. So yes, I realise I am almost there already, but I want to get to 52 kids books again! Will I change my Goodreads target? It’s SO SO unlikely.
52 KIDS BOOKS: 30/52
And that’s my March reading rounded up! Massive thank you to the publishers who send me proof copies of books: you guys know I love you a lot!
Did you have a productive March reading?
Are you reading more or less now that we’re inside a lot more?
What’s on your April TBR?
Speak to me! I’d love to know what you loved reading last month!
Stay safe, S x
3 thoughts on “March in books”
Sounds like you had a productive month! It’s definitely been crazy, but I’ve gotten some good reading done 🙃. Some of my favorites from March are Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating, Frankly in Love, and the Scythe trilogy. 🥰
YESSSS. Scythe is one of my favourite trilogies!!
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It was so good!!! Very well written and fascinating!❤️