March Wrap-Up

March Wrap-Up

I'm a bit late to the game getting this post up.

To be honest, I was trying to figure out how I want to go forward with monthly wrap-ups. I was doing separate posts for each reading challenge and…it was becoming redundant and tedious. So, I’ve decided to simply combine everything into a one-stop wrap-up post (I won’t be including my upcoming ARCs for the month, however, because I prefer to keep those separate.) 

Hopefully it’s more streamline for folks who like to read recap posts instead of getting chunks here and there with material which is perhaps stated more than once.

What I Read & Reviewed

What I Read But Still Need To Review

  • A School for Dragons by Amy Wolfe (tentative 3.5 stars)
  • Children of Icarus by Caighlan Smith (review was posted April 3rd)

Catch-Up Reviews Written

Top 5 Wednesday Meme

Thursday Blog Trot Meme / Around the Blogosphere

Fairy Tale Friday Meme

Other Noteable Posts

Beat the Backlist Reading Challenge

This past month, I was able to contribute a total of 41 points for Story Sorcerers (mostly with review points.) 

As I said in my last Beat the Backlist post, I’m no longer pledging which books I will be reading for the challenge because I simply have too many ARCs and challenges going on to stay that precise with my reading choices. 

Popsugar Challenge

I accomplished…ABSOLUTELY NOTHING for this challenge! *Yay me!* This next month, I should have some prompts that I’ll be able to check off. So far, I’ve completed 4/40 prompts.

Goodreads Reading Challenge

My Goodreads Reading Challenge is going alright this year. I’m definitely behind, but I think I’ll be able to stay mostly on track. I knew going into it that 200 books in one year is ambitious, but I still think I can get there.

I hope…

#ARCsAnonymous Goodreads Group Challenge

The #ARCsAnonymous Goodreads Group headed by AvalinahsBooks is sort of an offshoot for the State of the ARC Meme she also created. This past month’s ARC reading prompt was Young Adult. I was able to accrue 175 points for the month, which has been probably one of my lowest scores yet. 

Anddd that's it!
How did March go for you?
Are you staying on top of your goals, or failing like me? 😛 (I hope not, for your sake.)

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4 thoughts on “March Wrap-Up

  1. I know what you mean about wrapups getting unwieldy!

    Love your Fairy Tale Friday feature 🙂 I’m in the midst of a global reading challenge, WorldReads, and it’s getting trickier to find authors now the ‘easy’ countries are done. Yet here you are with a Romania and a Denmark! Thank you!
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    1. They really do!

      And thank you! It’s been a fun series — there are so many fairy tales out there that I never heard of and really should be better known.

      Wow! It sounds like you are doing a lot! Good luck with all of your challenges!

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