March 2017 – Monthly Wrap Up

March has been a GOOD month for me.

I read lots of awesome books that I had been really excited about it.

My reading challenge on Goodreads is looking great as well.

I’m very happy with being 28% into the challenge at this point. I’m starting my full time job (55 hours) in April and will know more at the end of that month about how many books I’m able to read.

Unfortunately I’m someone that gets really GROUCHY if I can’t read daily.

It’s my one outlet.

I don’t watch TV or play video games, the ONE THING I do is READ.

Reading is for me like meditation, a nap or a massage for others.

It keeps me calm, relaxed and HAPPY!!!

So let’s keep it that way.

March was also a month of firsts.
I went to my FIRST ever author signing event in San Francisco which was a rousing SUCCESS!!!

It was so much fun that I’m already planning for the next event.

But let’s get back to books, here are my highlights of

MARCH 2017

 

                                                

6 thoughts on “March 2017 – Monthly Wrap Up

    1. Yay!!!! I love looking back and seeing books that made me feel soooo good!! It’s amazing how much my life revolves around books. Books that I’m excited about to read and books that stay with me after I read them ❤️❤️

  1. Oh my, 16 books ahead of schedule? Your challenge is looking good! 😉
    I, too, get super annoyed when I don’t get to read anything all day. It’s like something vital is missing!

  2. Glad that you had a great month, Corina. I’m still in The Others world. I’m currently reading book 2 and loving it so far. I’m planning to finish the rest by the end of next week. Fingers crossed, I’ll be able to do it. 😀
    Anyway, I tried The Deep End last week but didn’t enjoy it and ended up DNFing it. It is just now my cup of tea. 🙁 I still love KA, though, and can’t wait to read her next books.
    I’ve already purchased the one by Devney Perry and will read it after The Others series!! 😀
    Ohh I’m curious about Goodbye Paradise. It sounds a great M/M romance! 😀

    Same with you, reading is my number one hobby. It’s my everything. I can’t imagine my life without books. I just can’t. My number one fear is there would be no new books published/released in the future, or people suddenly decided to stop writing. It would be my nightmare. 🙁

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