Well March felt like the longest month ever! So much happened, and I hope that you are all staying safe during this outbreak! If you’re not, and you ever need a place to talk, please feel free to contact me. I am here for you guys. You can message me in a comment or DM me on Twitter (@AnnaLynn111018)
With all the stores closing and the mandate to stay at home, I’ve been doing a lot of cooking, cleaning, reading, and games/ puzzles! How have you been spending your time?
So March was a pretty good reading month for me, and I actually stuck to my TBR! 😱😜
In March I Finished:
- 10 Books Total
- 3 Physical Copies
- 7 Audiobooks
- Fun Fact: I read 10 of the 11 books on my March TBR!
- Funniest: Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating
- Will Stick with me the Longest: Scythe
- Sweetest: The Printed Letter Bookshop
- Honorable Mentions: Frankly in Love
The Books I Read Were:
Fight or Flight by Samantha Young
Rating: 3 ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Blurb: Ava meets Caleb at the airport when he hits her with his bag. That begins a long trip full of banter and hatred, but there may be more between them than just frustrated tension…
Spellhacker by M.K. England
Blurb: This crew of friends steals maz, the priceless stuff that allows people to wield magic, but as they all grow up and prepare to move away, they have one last heist to pull off.
Would Like to Meet by Rachel Winters
Rating: 4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Blurb: To help a #1 client get his script-writing mojo back, Evie re-enacts meet cutes from well known rom-coms. Amidst the embarrassment, Evie begins to write again and find the person of her dreams.
The Printed Letter Bookshop by Katherine Reay
Some of Madeline’s favorite childhood memories take place with her Aunt Maddie. Afer her Aunt’s death, Madeline is left her bookshop. Already having a life as a hotshot lawyer in Chicago, Madeline plans on selling the shop, but it’s employees, Janet and Claire, have other ideas.
Meg & Jo by Virginia Kantra
Blurb: This is a modern retelling of Little Women. In this book, Jo is trying to make it as a food blogger in New York, but is losing inspiration-that is until Eric. Meg is living her dream life, but running a household isn’t everything she imagined it would be, and she is exhausted trying to live to serve others.
Frankly in Love by David Yoon
Rating: 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Blurb: Frank Li is a limbo- his term for a Korean- American kid who feels in limbo between these two cultures. One rule is that Frank must date a Korean girl, but when he gets a crush on a white girl, he ropes another limbo into a fake-dating scheme that goes awry.
Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren
Rating: 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Blurb: Hazel often lacks a filter, and she wears her heart on her sleeve. Josh Im is a nice, realistic guy who met Hazel in college, and finds her hilarious. As Josh and Hazel become good friends, they go on a series of double blind dates to help one another find the perfect match, but sometimes the person you’re looking for is closer than you may think.
Scythe Trilogy by Neal Shusterman
Rating: 5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (they are all phenomenally written!)
Blurb: In a future where humanity has conquered death and disease, only scythes are allowed to end life- which they do to control the size of the population. Citra and Rowan are chosen to apprentice a scythe– a role that neither wants. As they learn the art of killing, Citra and Rowan realize there are many players in the game that they have been thrown into.
There we have it, the books I read in March!🙃
My April TBR
- The House of the Scorpion
- Sorcery of Thorns
- It’s Kind of a Funny Story
- A Match Made in Mehendi
- Ghosts of the Shadow Market
- Chain of Gold
- House of Earth and Blood
- Baking Me Crazy
- The Song of Achilles
- Witch’s Pyre
That wraps up my wrap-up! Thanks for reading, and I hope you all have a good April!
What did you read in March? Did you have. Favorite read? I’d love to hear about it in the comments! ☺️
Happy reading and stay safe! ❤️