March 2018 Recap

Every year I feel that March = Spring and the weather should improve and the sun should shine. Then every year March decides to remind me that it is mostly still winter and it’s still snowy and dark and cold. I’m really hoping that April will decide to act like Spring, but you never know with Ohio. In books news, I read a decent number this month. There was a deal on Kindle Unlimited to get 2 months for $0.99, so I signed up. So far I’ve read 4 books and am part way through two others, so I’ve definitely got my money-worth. I’ll do a little review post on the whole experience once the two months is up. In life news, work is very anxiety-producing. I try to remind myself that I’m still learning things and it’s ok not to know what I’m doing all the time, but it doesn’t always work. I do like the extra $$$ in my paycheck, though!

Books Read: 13

Adult: 8
YA: 5

Favorite Books I Read This Month:

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Parting Shot by Linwood Barclay.

  Books Reviewed: 5

More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer – 4/5 Stars

Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh – 4/5 Stars

Starry Eyes by Jen Bennett – 4/5 Stars

Dear Aaron by Mariana Zapata – 4/5 Stars

My Lady’s Choosing by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris – 3/5 Stars

Books Read in 2018 Overall: 36

Funny Fridays:

You've been warned...

March 9

March 16

March 23

Other Posts:

Back from Hiatus

Reviewing the Unreviewed: February 2018

How I Read Book Tag

Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Romance Novels

Reviewing the Unreviewed: March 2018

How was your March?

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17 thoughts on “March 2018 Recap

  1. Oh yes, I am hoping for spring soon, although it’s supposed to snow here on Monday! I had a pretty good March. I entered the world of audiobooks and I do like them! I worked too much and tried to keep up with my blog, but it’s hard to do it all. Hoping to slow down a bit in April!

  2. I feel exactly the same about the weather. I am really ready for Spring, but that cold wind will just not leave the UK. 😦

    Sounds like a pretty good reading month. 🙂 And it is totally okay to not know things. We all have to learn, and some learn faster than others – and that is okay too.

      • Naughty snow. I don’t think it get the memo that winter is over now. 😒

        You will. And you’ll have a moment of realisation all of a sudden that, hey, I know this!

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