March, you little rascal, you. What a jolly good month you’ve been! Let’s hear it for march!
But yes, I’m not exaggerating when I say I had the time of my life at the Scholastic Bloggers Book Feast. So many books. All the books. And I’ve read some corkers this month too. Here’s a quick-ish rundown.
Well, I read 7 books! Party! I haven’t reviewed them all yet because I suck hairy camel toe. But I’m slowly catching up.
Favourite book of the month? Broken Sky by L. A. Weatherly – I reviewed it on Maximumpop and you can read that here.
Dud of the month? The Bombs That Brought Us Together by Brian Conaghan – Simply wasn’t a good fit for me. *shrugs* I would urge others to read it though, especially dystopian fans.
I totally ignored my TBR for this month though. Oops.
I forgot to post my March #tbr – I've got a ton of ebooks and arcs to get through so I've made the physical pile quite modest. I'm featuring Darkmere again because I got far too distracted by Morning Son last month to really read anything else! But March is the month for epic reading. I can feel it in my bones. ___ #bookstagram #bookblogger #books #booklover #booknerd #book #amreading #readingislife #ya #sf #youngadult #reading #instabook #illuminae #bookish
And hey you guys, I got to go to Scholastic. I’m always awed and so very grateful to get the opportunity to attend these kinds of events. It’s quite a trek for me to get to London so it’s not often that I can get the funds/time to go.
It was so fantastic to be with all the familiar faces from the blogging community, and even better to get to meet Scholastic’s debut YA authors. AND GET ALL THE BOOKS!
If someone said to you ‘have a look and take what you want’, you’d do just that, right? I did.
In my defence I have only read the Philip Pullman. The rest are totally new to me. Yay!
How was your March?