March’in Right Into April!

How is it already April?! This year is flying by and I’ll admit I started 2019 off in a serious reading funk. However, March proved to be my month and I was back in action! I ended the month completing 10 books and roughly 3,649 pages. I’ve never totaled the amount of pages before but I saw some other bloggers doing this and thought it would be interesting to see how many pages I’m actually reading. Pretty neat when you see it laid out this way!

As you can see from the picture, which by the way is organized in no particular order, I read a lot of Historical Fiction in March. I’m telling ya – once I get on a roll I just can’t stop! These books were some of the most emotional books I’ve read in a while. No matter how many stories I read about the Holocaust and WWII, I will never tire of them. I am amazed at the strength, dignity and respect that flowed out of the victims and prisoners and although I’ll never get to meet these individuals, they have taught me so much about life and hardships. For that, and many other reasons, I am so appreciative.

I don’t review every single book I read (unless every single book is worth reviewing, in my opinion) but I will link the books I did review below for quick access. I’m feeling refreshed heading into April (probably due to the weather f.i.n.a.l.l.y warming up) and I hope to share another great bundle of amazing reads with you!

As always – happy reading!

March’s Top 10:

1. The Huntress

1. The Lost Girls of Paris (it was a tie!)

3. Auschwitz Lullaby

4. Because You’re Mine

5. The Orphan’s Tale

6. The Red Address Book

7. In Another Time

8. Suicide Notes

9. The Inquisitor’s Tale

10. Five Feet Apart

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