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March Wrap Up

I spent some extra time off work in doctor’s appointments and in the hospital with the husband after his surgery so I got some extra reading done. (He’s recovering nicely.) I finished 20 books.

They were set in:

  • Mexico
  • India
  • France
  • Texas, New Jersey, Washington, Kansas, New York, and Iowa
  • The Bahamas
  • Hong Kong
  • and various imaginary lands

Genres:

  • Adult General Fiction
  • YA Fantasy
  • Adult Urban Fantasy
  • High Fantasy
  • Memoir
  • Graphic Novels – historical fiction and nonfiction

There were 17 unique authors:

  • 11 were women and 6 were men
  • Non – United States authors were from Sweden, Australia, and England
  • 6 of the 17 authors were POC
  • 1 book was originally not written in English

Book mail this month

I received a package from England for the Ninja Book Swap.

A photo posted by @dvmheather on

My OTSP Secret Sister sent me an Easter box.

A photo posted by @dvmheather on

Hanging out and reading Shadowshaper on Easter

A photo posted by @dvmheather on


Events

I debated the weirdness of Atomik Aztex and won a bundle of weird ebooks.

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Foodies Read is going along nicely. If you read any books with food as a major plot point, link up with us for a chance to win another foodie book. The link up goes live on the first of each month and can be found on the sidebar.

Coming Up

I love swaps so I signed up for this one:

Book Expo America is in May in Chicago. I’m a discussion leader on one day and I’m going to be an onsite correspondent for Armchair BEA. I’m looking forward to that!

8 Comments

  • Alecia

    Sounds like you had a nice month and I’m glad to hear that your husband’s recovery is going smoothly. I love the selection of books you’ve posted about and how diverse they seem to be in setting, genre AND author! Hopefully this month will be great for you too!!

  • Kristen Burns

    Seems like you had a great month 🙂 I love your photos! The Easter box looks awesome.

    I really want to start The Others series and the Mercy Thompson series! And I love that you read books set in so many different countries. I love reading books set in other countries but don’t find enough of them :-/

  • Kailana

    Looks like you had a great month! I started the new Patricia Briggs, but novels fell by the wayside in March. I am determined to do better in April!

  • Christine

    Wow you’ve read too many books last month. I’m planning to read 15 books this April and hopefully I can finish that. 🙂
    #commenting365

    – christine @ tine’s reviews

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