March 2018 Monthly Round Up

Hello Book Buddies,

How have you all been? Have you read anything interesting lately?

March has been a strange month for me. I’ve had periods of sickness which sucks but it has given me a chance to get some reading done.

I don’t feel like I have read enough this month, mainly because I am reading a book at the moment which held so much promise based on the blurb and the hype over the internet but I am not really enjoying it. I have about 100 pages left but I am really not excited about reading it. Sad times.

So here is what I read in March:

The Wicked Cometh by Laura Carlin (NetGalley Copy)

Kasey and Ivy by Alison Hughes (NetGalley Copy)

Everybody Hurts by Anthnoy McGowan and Joanna Nadin

The End of Loneliness by Benedict Wells (NetGalley Copy)

My Boyfriends Back by Chrissy Olinger (Short Story)

The Silver Collection by Carole Matthews (Short Story)

47 Hearts by Dr Mani Sivasbramanian (Short Story)

Sunshine at the Comfort Food Café by Debbie Johnson (NetGalley Copy)

Beach Combing by Emma Lee Potter (Short Story)

Weightless by Michele Gorman (Short Story)

101 Questions You Need to Ask in your Twenties by Paul Angone (NetGalley Copy)

Release by Patrick Ness

Rook by Anthony McGowan

Marilyn Monroe by Barbara Leaming

Freefall Summer by Tracy Barrett (NetGalley Copy)

Simon Vs. The Homosapiens Agenda by BeckyAlbertalli

She Caused a Riot by Hannah Jewell (NetGalley Copy)

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Sam and Isla’s Last Hurrah by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan (NetGalley Copy)

Actually, on reflection that is a lot of books. Go team me.

As much as I have read a fair bit my NetGalley percentage hasn’t improved so that sucks but I am still trying to work my way through it.

I am currently deciding what book to read next. I am thinking The Frontman by Ron Bahar and also about having a re-read of Derby Girl by Shauna Cross.

Anywho, I hope you all have a splendiferous April filled with great books.

Love L x x

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