WRAPPING UP MARCH — LET’S CURL UP AND READ AGAIN IN APRIL!

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It’s time to say goodbye to March and welcome in April.  Here’s what my reading looked like for the month of March.  I had planned to finish one more book before yesterday ended, but instead, I reviewed the physical proof of my new novel…and this morning, sent it off for “publish” on Amazon.  Yay!

 

 

MARCH 2014

1.     And the Dark Sacred Night, by Julia Glass – 376 pages – (literary fiction) – 3/23/14

2.     Blonde, The, by Anna Godbersen – 390 pages – (historical fiction/thriller) – 3/21/14

3.    Elizabeth is Missing, by Emma Healey – 301 pages – (psychological suspense) – 3/18/14

4.    Gods of Second Chances, The, by Dan Berne – 293 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 3/6/14

5.    Lost Years, The, by Mary Higgins Clark – 292 pages – (mystery, murder) – 3/2/14 (Mt. TBR Challenge)

6.    Love Story, with Murders, by Harry Bingham – 391 pages – (suspense, murder mystery) – 3/14/14

7.    No Book but the World, by Leah Hager Cohen – 301 pages – (literary fiction) – 3/27/14

8.    Reconstructing Amelia (e-book), by Kimberly McCreight – 380 pages – (contemporary/suspense fiction) – 3/25/14 – (Mt. TBR Challenge)

9.    Save Yourself, by Kelly Braffet – 308 pages – (suspense/contemporary fiction) – 3/11/14

10.  Sure Signs of Crazy (e-book), by Karen Harrington – 282 pages – (contemporary fiction/YA) – 3/16/14  (Mt. TBR Challenge/Southern Literature Challenge)

11.  Then Again, by Diane Keaton – 256 pages – (memoir) – 3/4/14

12.  Theory of Opposites, The (e-book), by Allison Winn Scotch – 308 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 3/30/14 – (Mt. TBR Challenge)

13.  Twelve to Murder (Mac Faraday), by Lauren Carr – 263 pages – (mystery) – 3/9/14

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BOOKS READ IN MARCH 2014:               13

PAGES READ IN MARCH 2014:            4,141

BOOKS READ YTD:                                        40

CHALLENGE PROGRESS:

         MT. TBR — 13/36

SOUTHERN LITERATURE — 4/4

FAVORITE FICTION BOOK:    Elizabeth is Missing, by Emma Healey

FAVORITE NONFICTION BOOK:   Then Again, by Diane Keaton

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What did your month look like? 

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