My month in books – March

What’s happened in March?

My reading this month has predominantly been dominated by taking part in Sophie & Suze‘s Netgalley Challenge. I’ve only managed to read 4 books from my Netgalley TBR but this has taken my % rating from 64% to 74% which I’m happy with.

On Wednesday March 4th I attended an evening with SJ Watson at Booka Bookshop where he was discussing his new book Second Life. He started the talk with a reading from the first chapter of the book and then was interviewed by his publicist Ben Willis. He covered various questions; probably ones we’ve all wanted to know eg: where did the idea for Second Life come from, why does he write from a female perspective and what was he doing when he learnt Before I Go To Sleep was wanted for a film. It was a really interesting evening and Steve (SJ) came across as a lovely guy which made me want to like the book a little more than I did. Review here.

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Tonight I’m going to James Hannah’s The A – Z of You & Me event at Bridgnorth Library which I’ll tell you about next time.

Books read: 5

HausfrauA Lesson in MurderStolen ChildThe A to Z Of You & MeThe Thirteenth Tale




Books added to the TBR:

We Are All Completely Beside Ourselvesbreakfast_at_tiffanys

Currently reading: The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

Favourite book for March: The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield

What’s coming in April?

  • Blogging from A – Z April Challenge
  • Notes from James Hannah event
  • Potentially my first vlog (still undecided if I’m brave enough)

How was your March reading and what are you looking forward to in April?

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