March Wrap-Up

Well, this will go down in the books as the weirdest March ever, I’m sure. I was never really a fan of dystopian novels and now that it feels as if we’re actually stuck in one, even less so.

As a part-time hermit, nothing much has changed for me. Except that the other half is home a lot more and that really cramps my style πŸ˜‚. But at least I don’t have to socialise, so there’s that.

Reading-wise, I may have mentioned it before and it looks as if a lot of you are on the same boat, but it’s just not happening.

| BOOKS I READ IN MARCH |

Nine books. In an entire month. I don’t even recognise myself anymore.

| CURRENTLY READING |

Two, and not making much progress with either one of those. I’m going to have to add a third one too because I have blog tours coming up this month.

| BOOKS I BOUGHT IN MARCH |

What can I say? It’s a hobby. πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ

| BOOK POST WHAT LANDED ON MY DOORSTEP IN MARCH |

With thanks to Avon, Orenda Books, Headline and Titan Books.

| WHAT I’VE BEEN WATCHING |

This is what happens when I don’t read πŸ˜‚

| ON THE BLOG IN MARCH |

Review | Black River by Will Dean
Review | The Creak on the Stairs by Eva BjΓΆrn Γ†gisdΓ³ttir
Extract | You Never Told Me by Sarah Jamson
Review | Keeper by Jessica Moor
Review | The Devil Wore Black by Mark Fowler

The Shardlake Series by C.J. Sansom
Nowhere To Run : A list of books set in isolated locations

| COMING UP IN APRIL |

There will be reviews! Because I don’t have a choice 🀣. And content! And hopefully more lists and tips!

April 3 : Blog tour | Guest Post | The Silken Rose by Carol McGrath

April 7 : Blog tour | Review | The Lost Child by Emily Gunnis

April 12 : Blog tour | Review | I Am Dust by Louise Beech

April 15 : Blog tour | Extract | Sister by Kjell Ola Dahl

April 16 : Blog tour | Review | The Murder Game by Rachel Abbott

April 30 : Blog tour | Review | Strangers by C.L. Taylor

That’s it for March. I predict April will be much of the same. The lockdown measures our government has taken have been extended to April 19th and I expect they will be extended again when that time comes. We are supposed to go to a family lunch thing near the end of the month, with about 40 people, half of which I don’t even like, so to be quite honest I’ll be a happy bunny if that doesn’t go ahead. πŸ˜‰

Stay safe, stay home, keep laughing if you can and take excellent care of yourselves! ❀️

In the meantime, I shall leave you with this :

Team McSteamy πŸ₯°

Until next time! xx

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