March 2021 Wrap Up


Hi everyone!  We've ended yet another month during this rollercoaster of a pandemic.  I haven't had my first dose of vaccine yet, but I hopeful that many of you have.  I have to admit I'm having a harder time concentrating right now and this shows in my decreased number of books read this month.  Having said that, I did read some really great books.

March Books Read

This month I read 8 books - 2 ebooks and 6 audiobooks.  By genre:

3 Romance

2 Women's Fiction

1 General Fiction

1 Historical Fiction

1 Non-Fiction


Reviews Posted in March:

I didn't read any books I rated as 5 stars.

My 4 star reads this month:

Shipped by Angie Hockman

The Sweetness of Life by Kathryn Andrews

Come Fly the World by Julia Cooke

Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan 

Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert


Watch for the following upcoming reviews coming soon for:

It Had to Be You by Georgia Clark

The Newcomer by Mary Kay Andrews

Summer on the Bluffs by Sunny Hostin


Some Fun Facts:

My favourite audiobook performance this month:

Brittany Pressley and Catherine Taber for Surviving Savannah.

The book that brought the most views to my blog: Are We There Yet by Kathleen West.

The book that generated the most comments: Accidentally Engaged by Farah Heron

The post on Medium.com which brought the most views (for reviews already published) - Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert.


As always, thank you for supporting my blog.  Stay safe everyone and have a wonderful April.


10 comments:

  1. A good list there! It's hard to read when you are in a slump so we'll done for getting through so many! I have to say I love Act your Age Rve Brown too!

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  2. Another busy month! I've managed two in that time, in part because I couldn't sleep for two nights!

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    1. Thanks Graham. I hope you’re sleeping better now!

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  3. Congrats on reading eight books! It sounds like all of them were good.

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  4. Looks like you definitely read some great books this past month!

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  5. I can see how an audio book might be harder to follow. The book sounds interesting.

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