March Wrap-Up

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Well, March was… weird. I was super unmotivated to do my reading or blog posts, but I think it’s because I’ve had a lot going on and it was getting stressful to try to maintain everything. It’s still a bit stressful… but I’m making the best of it until I’m back in my groove!

I read 7 books last month and you’ll probably be surprised to know that I actually followed my March TBR list! No one is more shocked than I am. I think I finally found the key to successfully following a TBR: don’t overload yourself with expectations and allow room for roaming and mood reading! I had a very small list (4 books) that I knew that I needed to read in March, but I didn’t want to plan ahead for any other books because that always ends disastrously. Honestly, I’m kinda proud of myself even though I only got 7 books done.

My March Reads:

It's a Bright World to Feel Lost InIt’s a Bright World to Feel Lost In – Mawson Bear / Mark O’Dwyer

Rating: 4 stars

Review

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Fluffy's RevolutionFluffy’s Revolution – Ted Myers

Rating: 3.25 stars 

Review

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Someone Like YouSomeone Like You – Sarah Dessen

Rating: 4.25 stars

No review

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Finding AudreyFinding Audrey – Sophie Kinsella

Rating: 3.25 stars

Review

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Saint AnythingSaint Anything – Sarah Dessen

Rating: 4 stars

No review

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The Moon and MoreThe Moon and More – Sarah Dessen

Rating: 2.5 stars

No review

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The Stillwater GirlsThe Stillwater Girls – Minka Kent

Rating: 3.75 stars

Review

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My average rating for the month was 3.57, which is 0.27 less than February. I had a lot of fun with everything I read and genuinely enjoyed all of the books at least to some extent, but as a whole, I would describe the month as… average. Not the best but still nice. I’m hoping April presents me with some gems.

What did you read in March? Talk to me (:

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