I'm excited because I read 10 books this month. I know it might not seem like a lot but I don't read fast and I didn't think I would finish them all. I barely pulled it together this last week, I had to read two books at the same time plus the Read A Long book that I read throughout the month.
I've also been timing myself to see how fast I read and organize myself better when it comes to scheduling my posts for tours.
I've found so many good books that I want to read thanks to Waiting on Wednesday, Teaser Tuesdays, Feed My Reader Friday, It's Monday, what are you reading?, Who? What? Where?
Each month just gets better as I learn more. I've joined 6 reading challenges, 1 Read A Long, 1 book club on goodreads and 1 blogger book club; it starts tomorrow (March): YA Blogger Book Club.
*The books will take you to the review post, there they will take you to goodreads
Here they are in the order I joined and the books I read for each, respectively:
Paranormal Character, Nicholas Sparks, Ireland, Mystery/Crime, Ebook and Where are you reading?
Read A Long
RAL Discussion 1
RAL Discussion 2
RAL Discussion 3
RAL Discussion 4
*The discussions include spoilers but the review is spoiler free
This month all of the books I read were ebooks
- The Last Song
- Black Irish
- Tide Ever Rising
Technically I didn't join, I'm just keeping track.
A -- Boy in the Striped Pajamas -- Cypher -- Dear John -- E -- Fallen -- G -- H -- Interred -- Johnny Doesn't Drink Champagne -- K -- Last Song -- M -- N -- O -- Pelican Brief -- Q -- R -- S -- Tide Ever Rising -- U -- V -- W -- X -- Y -- Z
Where are you reading? Map
This challenge is to try to read one book in each state. Here's an image of the map, it's a link to the real one.
Interred - London
The Cypher - California
Tide Ever Rising - Washington
Fallen - Georgia
The Grimm Chronicles - Wisconsin
Black Irish - New York
Delirium - Maine
*I didn't add The Last Song because it's the same place as Dear John. Terra and Jesse James were set in places that don't exist in our real world.