march monthly wrap-up

It is probably an understatement to say that March has been a weird one. I went on a short hiatus because of mental health, I started applying for publishing jobs (!!!) and I only read 3 books. But hey ho, onto April, which is also my birthday month!!

Book reviews:

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Furiously Happy

The Space Between

Mental Health Monday:

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Insomnia

Diverse Book Blogger Spotlight:

diverse book blogger (3)

Biblionyan

Bina

Tags:

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#NowWeRise book tag

Random:

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Linen Press internship

How the hell does bookstagram work? and other book blogger conundrums

She Called Me Woman cover reveal

Finding a job….aka AAAARGH!

Goals: 

  • Read 52 books – I’m on 24, which according to goodreads means that I’m 12 books ahead of schedule. Thank goodness I read so many books in the first couple months of this year, otherwise I would be sorely behind!
  • Read more diversely – My reading was not as diverse as I would have liked. I read Kissing the Witch, which is a collection of queer retellings of fairy tales, and I’ve started Children of Blood and Bone.
  • Post on bookstagram/Litsy – I COMPLETELY forgot about Litsy this month. Oops. Bookstagram has been going okay though. I got a new background which has kind-of streamlined my posting, which I like.
  • Comment more on all social media – I think I’ve been doing this? Again, this goal is kinda hard to judge.
  • Post on booktube – I only managed to post one video on booktube this month, but I’m hoping to get a couple of videos filmed over the next couple of days – I definitely want to do my March wrap-up (despite it only having 3 books…) and a haul from my upcoming trip to Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights in Bath!

How was your March?

3 thoughts on “march monthly wrap-up

  1. Lydia Tewkesbury says:

    I’m glad to see you back! I hope you’re feeling better now.

    Furiously Happy is such a great book! I love Jenny Lawson. She’s just brilliant, and Furiously Happy was such an eye opening read for me. I had never engaged with such personal material about mental health before and it really changed how I approach to people in my life I know to be struggling.

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