I had a good month of reading in March.
What did I read in March?
Books Read: 10
Audiobooks Listened: 4
Total Read: 14
Pages Read: 4,854
Audiobooks I listened to in March
I reviewed 22 books in March.
Five Star Reviews = 3
Four and a half Star Reviews = 11
Four Star Reviews = 8
Have you read any of these books? What books have you read in March?
What an amazing reading month! You read some of my favorites: The Unhoneymooners, Dear Emmie Blue, and The Flatshare. I’m super excited to get to The No-Show when it’s available. Happy reading in April!
I want to read The Girls of Flight City at some point. You got through a nice pile of books, Wendy!
Wow I haven’t read Jude Devereux in a long time. Is she strictly contemporary now?
You had a very productive month! Mine wasn’t nearly as accomplished. Too much life stuff getting in the way of my reading time!
Looks like a great reading month! I really enjoyed several of these books, including In a New York Minute and Reputation.
Glad you had such a good reading month Wendy. I’d definitely love to check out Lessons in Chemistry and the Gentlewomen Witches from your list
Looks like a great reading month! Hope you enjoy your April reads! 🙂
Congrats on an awesome reading month – mine pretty much sucked but ooh a bunch of yours look like they need to make it to my TBR!
Congratulations on reading so many books in March! 🙂 I’ve read The Unhooneymooners and The Flatshare. I really liked both of them. The Flatshare was my favorite book last share. I hope you enjoyed reading both of them. I look forward to reading both of your reviews. Happy April! 😀
The Flatshare was so good! I loved it. Happy April to you too!
Such a wonderful reading month! I enjoyed a few that you did and have been intrigued by your reviews of the others. I hope you have a wonderful April!
Thank you, Tessa! I hope you have a wonderful April as well!
Nice list! I hope you enjoyed The Flatshare. It was one of my favorites last year.
I did really enjoy it!
You read a lot of great books last month!
Thank you, Carrie!
I love that cover for The Unhoneymooners, and Wisteria as well. Lost and Found looks good. You have a nice mix of books.
Lost and Found was very good. Lots of mystery and traveling around Paris.
I barely read anything in March, have to catchup in April for sure!
Lessons in Chemistry and In a New York Minute seem like the perfect books to start with
i wish i’d read nearly as much in march! my reading has definitely slowed down a bit.
I’m retired, so I have a lot of time to read. But, any reading is great reading!
I just started Summer on the Island and I plan on reading The Family Affair by Robyn Carr this week too. Both are for blog tours, but I’m looking forward to them. I also have The No-Show, but will read it next week. You had a great reading month!
I loved The Family Affair, the No-Show, and Summer on the Island. You have some great reading ahead of you!
You had a great month, Wendy. I read some of these, and I also have a few coming up next week. Glad you enjoyed so many of them.
Thank you, Carla. I’ve really enjoyed the books I read last month.
Wow, you read a lot! Do you find that your reading speeds up or slows down at certain times of the year?
I read more when it’s very hot or very cold outside. I often take reading breaks or really slow down on my reading when the weather is nice so I can enjoy the outdoors for a few weeks. 🙂
It slows down in spring and summer when I travel more and am out and about. Just like you, once the weather gets better, I don’t read as much.
What a great month you had Wendy! I hope you have a wonderful April. ☺️
Thank you! I hope you have a great April as well
You did have a good month of reading in March! 🙂
Thank you, Lark!
Looks like a great reading month!
Thank you, Cindy!
A great wrap up for March, lots of lovely books 😊 hope you have a great April too 💕
Thank you, Jenny. I hope you do too!
Everyone seems to be loving Lessons in Chemistry but so far, it’s not really enthusing me.
I understand. It’s not for everyone, that’s for sure. I think part of the reason I enjoyed it so much was nostalgia.