Monthly Wrap-Up- March

Posted on April 4, 2021 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in Wrap-up / 26 Comments


March turned out to be a pretty hectic month in the area of work and COVID only helped to make it worse. I couldn’t wait for it to be over.

We are currently on our second weekend lockdown, with the last one scheduled for April 9. The measure became necessary as COVID cases are increasing at a rapid rate and its mostly due to persons failing to follow the protocols. This is made worse by the conspiracy theorists who believes its a plot by the government to control citizens as in their minds COVID doesn’t exist. 

On a positive note I made a new acquisition in March. I traded in my 2009 Subaru, which I owned since 2012, for a 2020 Hyundai Tucson.  Although I love my Subaru it started giving me a host of problems and I knew it was time to let it go.  I am loving my new vehicle, although there are a number of features I need to figure out. 


  1. [2 Mar] Dotted Lines by Devney Perry ★★★★½
  2. [8 Mar] Hide in Place by Emilya Naymark ★★★½
  3. [9 Mar] The Vineyard at Painted Moon by Susan Mallery ★★★★★
  4. [10 Mar] Before the Dawn by Cynthia Eden ★★★★
  5. [15 Mar] Betwixt by Darynda Jones ★★★★
  6. [16 Mar] Eastern Lights by Brittainy C. Cherry ★★★★★
  7. [17 Mar] Irresistibly Irish (Getting Lucky) : An Age Gap Romance by Mika Jolie ★★★★
  8. [17 Mar] Hometown Sweetheart (Sweetheart, Colorado): A Brother's Best Friend Romance by Mika Jolie ★★★★
  9. [22 Mar] Yes & I Love You by Roni Loren ★★★★½
  10. [23 Mar] Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham ★★★½
  11. [26 Mar] Snow Angel Cove by RaeAnne Thayne ★★★★
  12. [29 Mar] Tell No Lies by Allison Brennan ★★★★
  13. [31 Mar] CHANGING THE RULES by Catherine Bybee ★★★★

Books Read and Reviewed

I read eleven (11)  books in March and posted reviews for thirteen (13) books 

Book Stats

Books Read- 11

Audiobooks- 3

ebooks- 8

Total Books completed to date – 36

Average days per book 1.7

Total Pages Read to date- 11,094

Reading Challenges

I am at thirty-eight percent (38%) of The New Release Challenge, thirty percent (13%) of The Kindle Unlimited Challenge, thirty-three percent  (33%) of The Audio Book Challenge, fifty-six (56%) in the Netgalley and Edelweiss Challenge, forty-three (43%) into COYER and fifty-eight percent (58%) in the A-Z reading challenge At, the time of me writing this post I was twelve (12) books ahead in my Goodreads Challenge.

Favourite Book of the Month


A Sample of the Books Scheduled for April


How was your reading for the month of March? What are you planning to read in April?


I am linking this post to the Monthly Wrap-Up at Feed Your Fiction Addiction.






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26 responses to “Monthly Wrap-Up- March

  1. Congratulations on the new car. Enjoy! I am impressed at how many years that Subaru gave to you. I never owned a car that long. Looks like you had a rather good reading month too. Yeah!

  2. Bummer about how drastic it still is with Covid and people are being twerps about it. Hoping you and your family remain well. So cool that you love the new car. I had to get rid of my old car two years ago when it started nickel and diming me. It was nice not having a car payment for years, but my ‘new’ one was used so it didn’t take long to pay off either. 🙂

    Yay for doing so great on your reading challenges and being ahead on your reading stack with GoodReads. I always enjoy reading your reviews so I look forward to what you think of your April books.

    Happy Easter, Nadene!
    PS Got your letter yesterday. 🙂

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  3. Thanks for the catch up on books and personally Nadene. I had to chuckle when I saw you say there are things on your new car you still have to figure out, I got a new car in 2017 and I’m still learning new things.

  4. Plus I just don’t understand these idiots who don’t believe this virus is read and go around spouting utter nonsense. Unfortunately for us in the states some of these crazies are elected officials. You just can’t fix stupid and I hope the country starts to see just how dangerous these kinds of people are.

  5. congrats on your new car.. and looks like a great reading month overall..
    i love the cover of the stolen daughters. sounds intriguing