March Wrap-up Post

March sure did happen last month! At long last, here is my March Wrap Up post.

Books I Read (& Reviewed)

So This is Ever After

Hell Followed With Us

Survive the Dome

Wild and Wicked Things

Count Your Lucky Stars

Across a Field of Starlight

The City of Dusk

Delilah Green Doesn’t Care

Girls Can Kiss Now

Tripping Arcadia

The Best Liars in Riverview

Anansi and the Golden Pot

The Atlas Six

The World Cannot Give

Lakelore

Bagels, Schmears, and a Nice Piece of Fish

Eleutheria

A Quick and Easy Guide to Asexuality

 

I also started doing memes! I did the TBR Bookish Meme, and I started doing Can’t Wait Wednesday posts as well!

March 2nd

March 9th

March 16th

March 23rd

March 30th

 

Really notable thing about this month is that I learned how to schedule posts and learned that WordPress gives you little badges for posting a certain number of days in a row, and now it is my life’s goal to not break my WordPress streak. Which is why a bunch of my scheduled posts are literally just Writing I Did For School, which is incredibly uninteresting blog work that nobody is reading, BUT it is keeping that streak up. Hopefully as I diversify my content a little bit you will see less and less of Schoolwork On My Blog. Also notable for the fact that I did a lot less mini reviews, but my book reviews didn’t necessarily get longer, I just learned that I could insert the publisher description for the book in my reviews. Since I don’t summarize the book at all in my reviews — basically my thoughts are, you can can get that information elsewhere, and if your’re seeking out a review of a book, you probably already know what it’s about. But that’s not how or why everybody reads book reviews, so I decided that including a summary is actually helpful.

FAVORITES IN MARCH:
Hell Followed With Us by Andrew Joseph White
MarsEdit (software program for blogging)

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