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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