Before 2012 were my "in college" or "just got out of college" years wherein I maybe read one book a month, four books a month, or no books for months.
I wonder if this year will prove to be so slow I'll have to drop my reading challenge goal back down below 100 books... O.O
Though at this time, about a week into April, I've already managed to finish reading three books, so maybe this will be a better month than March. Maybe...
Books Dropped/Put On Hold
None this month! Yay!
March Reading StatsTotal works read: 3
- 3 print/e-book novels
Average rating: 3.33 Stars
- Highest Rated: Light in Shadow by Jayne Ann Krentz // 4.0 Stars
- Lowest Rated: Dangerous Deception by Kylie Brant // 2.5 Stars
Series I started reading:
- Tremaine Traditions by Kylie Brant
- Whispering Springs by Jayne Ann Krentz
Favorite reads: This isn't a hard pick since I only read three books in March. Obviously Light in Shadow was the more enjoyable of the books I read, but probably only because I always seem to enjoy books by Jayne Ann Krentz, and I read very little of anything else.
Disappointing reads: Kylie Brant was always a personal favorite because her Mindhunters books were some of the first few romantic suspense novels I'd read years ago when I first stumbled upon the genre. Unfortunately, the tail end of her Tremaine Traditions romantic suspense series was a bit lackluster, so the last book, Dangerous Deception ended up being the lowest rated book for March. However, it's not like I had much to go on with my slow month anyway.
Reviews & Notable Posts
- Did not Meme this month!
Coming Up In April
Other StuffIn keeping with my Author Love challenge, I'm proposing three more Jayne Ann Krentz books to read for the month of April. Hopefully I'll be able to get through those since it's JAK and her books have always proven fast-paced, exciting, and easy to get into.
Meanwhile, I will be doing my best to find some time to finish listening to Jill Shalvis's last Animal Magnetism book, which I put off for some time in favor of mindless and wonderful sing-a-long music. But we will definitely get around to finishing that book.
I would also like to start in on some Juliette Marillier work, of which I've already decided to go the Sevenwaters direction, although I would also love to immerse myself in her most recent young adult high fantasy of the "Oh my god, those covers are so beautiful!" variety.
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