Another month has come and gone. Another month of amazing reads, and fun posts! If you'll notice, things have slowed down a little here on the blog. I've been adjusting to having new responsibilities at work, and also to daily gym visits! I had the time, I just had to make it work :). Things will pick back up again in April!
So let's see those books!
(C) = Children / (YA) = Young Adult / (NA) = New Adult
(A) = Adult / (MG) = Middle Grade
** Books read in previous months
Books Read and Reviewed in March:
(NA) Shattered Veil (The Diatous Wars #1) by Tracy E. Banghart - Review (4/5)
(YA) Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy - Review (3/5)
(A) Cruelty (Episode One) by Edward Lorn - Review (4/5)
(NA) Stim by Kevin Berry - Review (4/5)(YA) The Cruelty by S. Bergstrom - Review (5/5)
(YA) The Secret Side of Empty by Maria E. Andreu - Review (4/5)
(MG) Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu - Review (5/5)
(YA) Before They Find Us by Michelle A. Hansen - Review (3/5)
(MG) The Mark of the Dragonfly by Jaleigh Johnson - Review (3/5)
Total Reviewed: 9
Towards month totals: 9
Books Read but Not Reviewed/ Reviewed Elsewhere:
(YA) Shadowskin by Bethany Cassel - Reviewed on BL (3/5)
(A) Broken Sigil by William Meikle - Reviewed on BL (4/5)
(A) Skinwalker (Jane Yellowrock #1) by Faith Hunter - Reviewed on BL (4/5)
(A) Darkfuse #1 by Various Authors (Anthology) - Reviewed on BL (4/5)
(A) Marrow's Pit by Keith Deininger - Reviewed on BL (3/5)
(A) Memes of Loss and Devotion by Darren White (3/5)
(NA) The Star Thief by Jamie Grey (2/5)
(MG) Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson (5/5)
(A) The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King (5/5)
Total books read in March: 18
Goal Progress: 49 out of 150 books (33%)
As you can see, I'm reviewing a lot more over at BookLikes! If you don't already follow me there, please do! You'll find the link in my sidebar :). I'm also trying really hard to review a book almost as soon as I read it. It's helped me catch up a lot. As you can see. I only missed 4 reviews this month.
It's a tie between Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu and Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry/Ridley Pearson. Both of them were so magical! They helped me escape when I needed it!
How did you do in March?