Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Month in Review ~ March 2015

Hey Everyone! Welcome to Month in Review hosted by Bookdate

Books Read

Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton
The Houseguest: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary by Elizabeth Adams
Swept Away (Trouble in Texas, #1) by Mary Connealy

I did not get a lot of reading done in March. I had some personal stuff happen that kept me from reading.


The Twelve-Step Plan by Erin Brady
Green Card by Elizabeth Adams

Newly Acquired Books

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey ~ purchased
Aerendgast: The Lost History of Jane Austen ~ purchased 
Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo ~ purchased
Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo ~ purchased

plus, countless e-books! 

Noteworthy Movies and Shows Watched

The Gilmore Girls ~ Seasons 1 thru 3 (currently on 4)


Last week I participated in Bloggiesta! I accomplished most of my goals! Yay! I also decided to join this monthly meme! 

So, that's a wrap up on my month. How was your month?


  1. I like Pride and Prejudiced themed books, too. I'm adding The Houseguest to my list. Hope you'll be stopping by.

    1. Hi Elizabeth! Yes, I stopped by your post! You certainly got a lot of books read! Nice! If you get a chance to read The Houseguest I hope you enjoy it! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Sometimes life happens and reading doesn't! Hope it all resettles and you can relax. Congrats on achieving most of your bloggiesta goals, I found I got a little side tracked but it was all good - so much to learn! I love just watching a TV series right through - no waiting. Thanks for joining in.

    1. Hi Kathryn! Yes, I hope we have an uneventful April! Unless, it's in a good way, of course! ;)
      I agree, I always manage to learn something at the Bloggiesta!
      I'm not good at watching current TV series. I always forget what night the show is on and I have to compete to get the TV. If I can stream a show on my iPad it's much better! Plus, no waiting! Love it! :)
      You're welcome! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Glad you enjoyed Bloggiesta! That can put a dent in reading time, too, but so productive!

    Joy's Book Blog

    1. Hi Joy! Yes, it can put a dent in your reading time! But it was so helpful too. I was in a blogging slump, and the Bloggiesta gave me the jump start I needed. I'm loving my new blog design, which I would have never done if not for the Bloggiesta twitter chat, that I just happened to catch on blog design. Awesome!!

  4. Looks like you had a good month! Pride & Prejudice is one of my favorite books, so will have to take a look at The Houseguest. Yay for finishing most of your Bloggiesta goals! I'm still working on some of mine, but had lots of fun participating! There were some really good challenges this time and I learned several new things! Here's to a great April!

    Terri @ Alexia's Books and Such...

    1. Hi Terri! Thanks! I still have to brainstorm the post idea challenge and look to see how I can simplify my blogging process, but just reading though those challenges were inspiring! Yes, I thought there were some great challenges too!
      P&P variations are one of my favorite things to read!
      Cheers! Here's to a great April for you too! :)

  5. I just recently bought Seeker. She, Rachel Hartman, and Christopher Paolini came to our local B&N and Seeker sounded interesting so I got it signed. Did you enjoy it?

    1. Hi Jenni! Ooh! Lucky you! Yes, I did enjoy Seeker! I think because there are four POVs and their backstories it slows it down a bit, but I thought it was great, and I think the next in the series will be even better! I'm looking for to it! I will have a review up for it soon.


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