March seemed to last 40 years, so how come I only read 10 books and not 2847 books? I’m kidding, I’m actually really pleased with 10 because I’ve managed to read 10 books each month since the start of the year. If I keep this up, I might actually hit my goal of 100??? Harley… Continue reading March 2020 Wrap Up // Buddy reads (not) galore?
I read five books in March, and I don’t think that’s too bad since one of them was 850 pages and I was also busy almost every weekend. But, I did kind of completely ignore my TBR. Whoops. But although I only read one (yikes) of the books I’d set out in my TBR, I’m… Continue reading March 2019 Wrap Up // I basically ignored my TBR and I’m not sorry
March is going to be a busy month for me, as I’m heading to one of Victoria Schwab’s UK tour events (so excited!) and the Northern YA Literature festival, but I’m still hoping to get plenty of reading done on trains. The books I want to read this month are: I also want to finish… Continue reading March 2019 TBR // Reading all the fantasy books
So March was a good month for buying books. But not for getting through my TBR. It’s funny how those two things never align. I bought four books in March and two I won, ending up with six altogether. The two books I won were Skysong and Wintersong (all the songs) in Jim @Yayeahyeah‘s Twitter giveaway. Thank… Continue reading March 2018 Book Haul
March was a month of some real ups and downs. For about a week, I felt dejected, but as the month progressed I celebrated my Dad’s birthday, spent Easter with my family, and by the end of the March I’d bounced back. One of the biggest things I did last month was organise my very… Continue reading March Wrap Up (The month where I organised a readathon?!)
So here we are, five days into March and I’m only just posting my TBR. Whoops. The start of this month kind of came out of nowhere because I’d just got back from holiday, but I’ve finally decided what I’m going to read over the next few weeks. As usual I’ve probably set my goals… Continue reading March 2018 TBR (Aka the month where I need to read ALL the ARCs)
To celebrate World Book Day, which has been going for 21 years now, I wanted to look back on some of the books I loved when I was younger. World Book Day is an annual UK event that happens every March to celebrate reading. Many schools across the country take part by having group reading… Continue reading Celebrating World Book Day: Books I loved as a child