March reading wrap: six books!

You know those moments when it’s the first half of the month and then you blink and suddenly it’s mid-month and you’re over halfway to a mid-month reading wrap hat trick? Me neither. Hem hem. I read LOTS in March, partially due to some leave (yay! time off work to do all the things that make me tick!). I spent some time sewing, some time reading, and a small amount of time filming this:

Books finished in March include:

  • Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  • Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb
  • Warriors of Alavna by N.M. Browne
  • The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan
  • A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness

So, over the course of March, I finished six books! Two audiobooks in that mix, and two from a series that made me really think about what makes me tick as a writer and a reader. There’s a blog percolating through an edit on how I feel about being a recovering book snob. And a video in scripting phase about Harkness’ trilogy and the rollercoaster read it was. Both coming soon – honest – but I’ve got a bit of hand-stitching on my fantail skirt that’s calling me. As far as my Goodreads challenge is going, I’ve read 16 out of my goal of 50. 32% of the way there. On track. One book a week, ish.

Currently reading: Royal Assassin by Robin Hobb, The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton (Audible), Tremarnock by Emma Burstall (on my shiny new KINDLE!). I should add a physical book to this pile of digital books, so I can keep one across all the mediums.

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