It feels like just a few days ago I was writing a post for my February reading update, and yet somehow it’s already time to bring March to a close.
That said, I have had another great month when it comes to books. Throughout March, I’ve managed to complete 10 of them, making it my most fruitful month of the year so far. This takes my annual total up to 25 and keeps me well on track to reach my minimum goal of 40 books.
Best of all, I read a great mix of genres and styles, which is something I’m particularly keen to maintain. Included this time round were two indie poetry collections, a graphic novel, a thriller, classic kids’ lit and some Icelandic literature I picked up whilst on holiday – amongst others.
Standout reads this month were definitely Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness (the final book in the Chaos Walking trilogy) and The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton, both of which I loved.
I’m excited to see what April’s books have in store.
How are you getting on with your reading goals?