Month in Review 4I don’t normally do a month-in-review post, but I wanted to participate in the first Month in Review meme at The Book Date. So, I’ll cobble together something. I’ll do better next month!

Reluctantly Charmed by Ellie O'Neill

A “Happy St. Patrick’s Day!” sort of novel

Books Read in March

  • Reluctantly Charmed by Ellie O’Neill
  • Fairest by Marissa Meyer
  • An Age of License by Lucy Knisley
  • Displacement by Lucy Knisley
  • Troubled Waters by Sharon Shinn
  • Royal Airs by Sharon Shinn
  • Ostara by Kerri Connor

Books Reviewed in March

Blog Events in March

Photos From Our England Trip

Artwork Shared in March

Illustrated Henry Wadsworth Longfellow quote

This quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is from the poem Morituri Salutamus delivered at the 50th anniversary of the class of 1825, Bowdoin College

How was your reading and blogging in March?

Signature of Joy Weese Moll


March in Review — 12 Comments

  1. I think I need to read ‘Making Ideas Happen’! I never seem to get through non-fiction books though, but I could always use help getting organized! ‘Reluctantly Charmed’ looks really cute! I hadn’t thought of reading something for St. Paddy’s day! Happy Reading and Blogging! 🙂

  2. Thanks for joining in Joy, your post looks great. Just hopped over to read your review of Making Things Happen, and I must have a look at Trello, although I usually have bits of paper around that I cross off. I read somewhere that by even writing it down and forgetting about it, it might happen, although not too sure of that idea! I like dipping into non-fiction books. I’m putting Reluctantly Charmed into my wish list!

  3. Thanks for letting me know about the foolish CAPCHA on my comments, I think it only does people at random, because I’ve had other people say it’s not there. Or maybe it only pops up for people who aren’t signed in with Google/Blogger username. Who knows, but we won’t need to deal with it much longer because I am switching to WP!
    I love the art you shared this month. Are people allowed to copy it?

    • Fairest is the story of the villain in that world (the Lunar Queen). I enjoyed the extra background because I love the world so much, but I’m not a big fan of villain stories.

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