March In Review

march flowerI wish you all a Happy Easter! If you don’t celebrate Easter, Happy Sunday 🙂 Another month has gone by and I didn’t even notice it at first! Time really flies when one is busy 😛 I had a lot of fun with friends and family this month and even though I am kind of sick I am still happy. Nothing really important happened this month except for a lot of studying and my everyday mundane life so I don’t really have much to report unless you count watching Jack the Giant Slayer, The Silver Linings Playbook, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Host and Warm Bodies important 😛

I read a fairly large amount of books (not much manga though) this month. Here is a list of them here. Click on the pink text in order to get to the review. Titles that are not in pink are going to be reviewed in April.

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Books/Manga Read in March:

The Three Loves of Persimmon

This book is the soulmate 😉

The Three Loves of Persimmon by Cassandra Golds

Lantern & Poison (The Ferryman + The Flame #1.5)Surrender (The Ferryman and the Flame, #1)MidwinterbloodLittle House in the Big Woods (Little House, #1)

Lantern & Poison by Rhiannon Paille, Surrender by Rhiannon Paille, Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgewick, Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder

The Pope's StoneFearscape (Horrorscape, #1)The Crimson Hunt (Eldaen Light Chronicles, #1)Reflections of China

The Pope’s Stone by Marc Kuhn, Fearscape by Nenia Campbell, The Crimson Hunt by Victoria H. Smith, Reflections of China

LegaseaIn the Path of Falling ObjectsTeethThe Summer Prince

Legasea by Krystalyn Drown, In the Path of Falling Objects by Andrew Smith, Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz, The Summer Prince by Alaya Dawn Johnson

The Edge of Never (The Edge of Never, #1)Transfusion (Aurora Sky: Vampire Hunter, #1)Bride of the Water God, Volume 1Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Volume 2

The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski, Transfusion by Nikki Jefford, Bride of the Watergod Vol.1 by Mi-Kyung Yun, Kimi ni Todoke Vol.2 by Karuho Shiina

Precious Lies

Precious Lies by Hitoma Iruma, Atsuki Satoh (Illustrator), Hidari (Contributor),Burkhard Höfler (Translator)

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I hope for a wonderful April!

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13 thoughts on “March In Review

  1. HAPPY EASTER, LOTTIE! I don’t really celebrate Easter, but I still say HAPPY EASTER. That doesn’t really make sense. But you should write a movie of Perks. I know I’m at a majority not really liking the movie, I hope to see your opinions! And don’t get too sick! But, if you’re sick you could blog more….ehh? XD Just kidding.

    Happy Easter and Happy April! ^^

    • Thank you ^_^ I hope you had a great non-Easter then! You totally make sense by the way. I don’t think I would make a good movie review of Perks. I am not very good at judging actors or scripts 😛 But I might…
      Getting sick WOULD mean blogging more. (plans to get the sickest she has ever been…just kidding).

  2. I hope you had a wonderful Easter Lottie :). Wow you certainly were busy reading this month!Knowing you, your April is probably going to be even more busier. I enjoyed both Silver Linings Playbook and The Perks of being a Wallflower. I haven’t read the book, but I’ve heard mixed things about it.

    Have a great April :).

    • I did 🙂 And thank you for asking! Aprils are always bust, lol! The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a book that I loved, but I do understand that it is not for everybody.
      I hope YOU have a great April 🙂

  3. Happy (late) Easter. Omigosh I completely forgot to do one of these on my blog, so I think I’ll do it today sometime 😉

    I loved The Perks of Being a Wallflower, watched it a couple nights ago. It was amazing! 🙂

  4. Hope you had a wonderful Easter and WOW so many books in one month plus those movies (they are all on my too watch list)

    Wish you lots of love, reading, wonderment and laughter for this April!!

    Big hug from Holland 😀

  5. Still, it seems like a productive month. You read a lot of books, too! I have watched couple of movies, but got disappointed at most of them.

    Reflections of China looks interesting. I like the last book cover in the list – Precious Lies. I have a thing for wearing high school uniform.

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