Mar 8, 2015

January, February, and March, Oh My!

I know, I know--we're already over a week into the month of March. Buuut school has been an ass-kicker and I was having webcam problems (or program problems, it looks like), and I am inherently lazy and a very big procrastinator. Most of the blame falls on the former two, but never fear, my recaps for January and February are here, with a preview of March!


Books Read
-The Fixer by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
-How to Outswim a Shark Without a Snorkel by Jess Keating
-Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
-Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
-The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson
-The Girl & the Machine by Beth Revis

-How to Outswim a Shark Without a Snorkel by Jess Keating: Such a fun sequel!
-Kiss of Broken Glass by Madeleine Kuderick: Eh.
-The Loop by Shandy Lawson: I liked this!
-Boomerang by Noelle August: Why, hello, New Adult.
-Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard: Predictable, cliched, and--HOLY CRAP.

Favorite Book Read
My review does a shoddy job explaining it, but this book was good.

Book Haul
I bought a lot of books.

Weekly Posts

Other Posts  

The latest addition to The Lunar Chronicles published this month, so I went to the launch party for Marissa Meyer's Fairest!

In Memoriam
In January we had to say goodbye to Tag, a dog who wasn't ours, and yet, he was. We saw him enough, dogsat him, and cared for him that he was like a dog we had shared custody of. We miss the absolute hell out of you, Big Buddy.


Books Read
Remember, school has been kicking my ass, and I haven't been able to get much reading done.

-Fairest by Marissa Meyer
-Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers

-Fish Out of Water by Natalie Whipple: This was such a fun and cute contemporary!
-Fairest by Marissa Meyer: Levana is a psycho bitch.
-The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson: This book was so good.
-The Sin Eater's Daughter by Melinda Salisbury: So much craziness.
-The Girl & the Machine by Beth Revis: Meh.
-Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers: Good book was a good book.

Favorite Book Read
I love when so many people say a book is really good and it is.

Book Haul
I may have a wee bit of a book buying problem.

Weekly Posts

Other Posts 
It was blog tours galore this month with those for The Glass Arrow, The Sin Eater's Daughter, and One of the Guys making a stop, and I had a little Valentine's Day giveaway.


Books Read
Finals are this month, so I don't know that I'll get much reading done, but I'm horribly behind on my Goodreads goal already.

New Releases
Here are the three March releases I'm looking forward to most!

March 10, 2015: I have this preordered and I have seen some pretty darn good reviews. (Also, I still need to read the last Newsoul book. Oops.)

March 31, 2015: I'm probably going to binge this with a reread of Code Name Verity and finally reading Rose Under Fire, which may not be the best idea but whatever.

March 31, 2015: Open Road Summer was really good, so I have high hopes for this one.

FINALS WEEK IS SOON. I'm going to try to schedule a bunch of posts but we'll see; school keeps me pretty busy. Stupid school.

Enjoy March, readerlies!


  1. It's kinda scary how many books I've read to you. I read 5 books in January, then 2 in February, and yeahhh midterms are in March and have not been able to read much at all as well. SEE. We scarily same reading paces...or maybe we are just horrible at getting our asses kicked by school. ;D I have spring break starting tomorrow, so hopefully I'll be able to get some reading done!

  2. I love this recap! (: I really want to read The Girl of Fire and Thorns and Grave Mercy! They're both been on my Kindle for the longest time! The Orphan sounds amazing and I'm excited for it! Also, sorry about Tag. He looks like such a sweetheart! I love dogs so much! (:

    Pearl @ AsteriskPearl's Book Blog


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