What a year this month has been, right? With the whole world staying inside and the news just making people more anxious each day, it feels like it’s been like this forever. At least March is over and we’re getting closer to that day where everything is normal again.

I’m always excited for April, because it’s my birthday month. This year is a little different, just because I don’t know is I can handle a whole month at home. But since we probably have to, we’ll try to make the best of it.

Luckily, there are books. I have not read so much in a month in years. And I have to say, a lot of the books were great too! Let’s dive in, shall we?

March in books

Books I read

The moment I’m writing this, I am 5 books ahead of schedule on my Goodreads challenge! I signed up for the one-month free subscription on Scrbd, and it’s been amazingly helpful. I tried my first audiobook, and read a lot on my phone, which surprisingly isn’t that awful.

Click on the cover to go to the Goodreads page.

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Books I hauled

Right before everything closed – inluding the library – I switch out my books so I could have something to read. And as said, I now am a Scrbd subscriber, so I have a lot of books I can read (that I won’t be adding to this list because there are soooo many).

From the library I got:

The Untethered soul by Michael A. Singer
Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway
How Do You Like Me Now? by Holly Bourne

March in the blogosphere

Last month, I said I needed to save more blogposts so I could put them in this section. And I failed miserably. Let’s blame the current chaos that is responsible for me not having any routine whatsoever.

These are the posts that went up on my blog:

Book reviews

Modern Lovers
Book review of Modern Lovers by Emma Straub
The problem with forever
Book review of The Problem With Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout
The Statistical Probability Of Love At First Sight
Book review of The Statistical Probability of Love At First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
Book review of The Five-Year Plan by Carla Burgess

Other posts

books turned into movies
Books turned into movies & my honest opinion about them
5-star rating
I gave these 24 books a 5-star rating
#5OnMyTBR
New book meme #5OnMyTBR – Romcom
Audiobooks
My first experience with audiobooks | Did I love or hate it?

Looking into April

It’s my birthday month! I also hope to figure out a routine, now that it seems like I will be spending the month at home. Reading wise, I hope to have the same kind of month as March, because I like being ahead of my reading challenge.

How was March for you? How are you coping with this crisis? Do you also read more?