It’s been such a busy month for me. I’ve been getting back outside and busily volunteering at a conference for teenagers (all in a safe manner with COVID precautions).
I’ve had so much fun this month, definitely a breath of fresh air from my normal routine, but it also means that I barely had time or the energy to read.
So this wrap up will be shorter but I hope you enjoy nonetheless!
What did I read this month?
Novellas can be sexy!: Even with its shorter length, who said a romantic novella can’t contain a whole and beautiful love story? Under One Roof was able to do that and showcase more STEM women front and centre. I definitely need to explore more novellas!
Most surprising: Lucy Foley is a mystery writing star so to say that the first piece I’ve read from her didn’t hit 5 stars was a little surprising, in the not so great way. Needless to say, I’ll still explore more from her but The Hunting Party just wasn’t as I expected.
New author: Definitely excited to have been introduced to JC Peterson in a story with plenty of literary references. Being Mary Bennet recently released this month! To describe it in 3 cryptic words: dogs, Lizzie, and Gilbert. You can expect a review coming out soon.
Graphic novel highlight: Quiet Girl in a Noisy World literally had me shouting “that’s me!” Half the time. The introverted life drawn out in comic glory is exactly what I didn’t know I needed. Debbie Tung has made graphic novels that feel like I’m seen and understood.
Book 2 better than book 1?: That’s not always the case but it sure happened for Sense and Second-Degree Murder. Sisterhood, science and the wonderful murderous twist to a Jane Austen classic can really do that to you.
4 Drink Me Potions
- A Quiet Girl in a Nosy World by Debbie Tung
- Under One Roof by Ali Hazelwood (review)
- Sense and Second-Degree Murder by Tirzah Price (review)
3.5 Drink Me Potions
- The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley (review)
- Being Mary Bennet by J. C. Peterson
Current Reading List
- Steelstriker by Marie Lu
- Stuck With You by Ali Hazelwood
- The Iron Sword by Julie Kagawa
- 10 Truths and a Dare by Ashley Elston
- Happily Ever After & Everything in Between by Debbie Tung
- The New Girl by Jesse Q. Sutanto
What have you read this month? And what are you looking forward to in April?
5 thoughts on “March 2022 Wrap Up and TBR”
I have been meaning to read The Hunting Party! Will pick it up soon! Great wrap up 😊❤️
So many amazing books, Andge!! I hope that April is amazing for you! ❤
so many great books! i hope april is even better for you💜
Great wrap up Andge, umm yes after reading your thoughts on Quiet Girl I think I would relate to it also 😂 adding to my tbr asap ❤
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It’s the cutest comic! So easy to read through. Lol so many moments I was like “mhmmm that’s me” 😂
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