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Wrap up: March 2021

Happy April! March was a pretty good reading month for me again! I participated in the Kill Your TBR Readathon by thereaderinpink and I did fairly well on it, I must say.

From this month on, my wrap up posts will look slightly different. I hope you’ll like the change!

Book wrap up

I finished 10 books in March.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

The first book of March immediately was a great one! I really loved reading Uncoupling by Lorraine Brown. I loved discovering the scenery of Paris throughout the pages of the book.

You can find my full review here.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Kill Joy by Holly Jackson is a prequel to the A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder series. I enjoyed reading this small book, it was very entertaining, but for me it didn’t have the same spark as the first book in the series did.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I felt so honored to receive a copy of To the man I loved too much by the author Gabrielle G.. I really loved the poetry in this book, you could really feel the author’s emotions in it, which I think is important in a poetry book.

You can find my full review here.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Love Me Like a Love Song is Annmarie Boyle‘s debut book. I got the opportunity to receive an ARC for this book, and really enjoyed finally reading it in March. It is a beautiful romance book.

My full review will be up soon!

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

For me, The Gift of Self-Love by Mary Jelkovsky was a self-help book unless any other self-help book I had read before. It contains really inspiring tips and tricks and very useful templates to fill in yourself.

You can find my full review here.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I really loved discovering Shangai and its principles in Love and Other Moods. This is such a diverse book, different from other novels I had read before. I really enjoyed reading this one at a slow pace.

You can find my full review here.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

The Charity of Strangers by Alison Burke is a very interesting book. The characters were all equaly intriguing to me, and the plot twist that happened in the book, was one I really didn’t expect.

I’m excited to be part of this blog tour and post my review real soon!

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Davina Stone‘s books will never fail to excite me. I felt honored to receive an ARC for The Polly Principle by the author and I loved it once again! Polly is a character that already intrigued me in book 1 of The Laws of Love series, so I was very happy to read a book that was completely about her.

You can find my full review here.

We Are Displaced was a bargain I recently bought. Malala’s story and the story of refugees is a subject that I’ve always been interested in, so I really learned a lot from reading this book. I would really recommend reading this book if you’re interested in hearing refugee’s own voices.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Dag liefje, met Mila gaat het goed en ik klungel lekker verder is a Dutch book by a famous Belgian actor. This book really moved me and I flew through it.

Posts I loved this month

Ritz talks about what music you should listen to while reading

Riza’s review of Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

Charvi discusses why she doesn’t follow a tight blogging schedule and why maybe you shouldn’t either

Dini makes the ‘Books I Want To Read But Don’t Want to Read Tag’ and I’ve never related to a tag as much as this one

Mayurakshi shows her TBR for the oh srsly read those arcs! readathon

Soffi makes a book blogger master list!

Exciting things ahead in April

Today is April 1st, meaning my readathon starts today! This readathon is meant to tackle your Advanced Reader Copy TBR, but you can also read books that aren’t ARCs, of course! If you want to know more, you can find my blog post on the readathon here.

I hope you enjoyed this wrap up post! Be sure to let me know how your March reading month was!

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18 thoughts on “Wrap up: March 2021

  1. I didn’t even realize until earlier this week that Kill Joy was even a book. I don’t know how I missed that since I loved the first book so much. I’m definitely going to have to give it a try. You had a great reading month! Hope April is awesome for you!

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  2. Most of these are new to me, so I’m happy you shared and enjoyed them. I added Love and Other Moods to my tbr. 🙂

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