Monthly Wrap-Up: February and March 2022

Posted on April 3, 2022 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in Wrap-up / 16 Comments

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My wrap up post will cover two month as I missed out on doing a wrap-up for February. February proved to be very hectic.  In February, I discovered a lump in my leg, which of course sent me into a total panic.  I am happy to report that it turned out to be nothing serious., but I need to avoid high impact exercises. 

March was a pretty normal month, with the exception of my issues with the insurance company? The matter has yet to be resolved. SMH! They are a real pain. The las piece of information I received indicated that the person handling the claim resigned, so it had to be reassigned.  By the time I receive the funds the cost of repairing the vehicle will increase. So anyway you take it I end up with the worst part of the deal.

On Thursday I learnt that working from home will be a thing of the past. It came as no surprise, but I am surely going to miss working from home.

 

I didn’t meet my reading goal for February as I fell short by four books.  However, I made it for March.  Below is the list of books read and reviewed for February and March.

FEBRUARY 2022

  1. [2 Feb] The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf ★★★★½
  2. [5 Feb] Woman Last Seen by Adele Parks ★★★½
  3. [9 Feb] Caught by Love by Melissa Foster ★★★★★
  4. [12 Feb] Black Orchid Girls by Carolyn Arnold ★★★★½
  5. [14 Feb] The Good Lie by A.R. Torre ★★★★
  6. [16 Feb] All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover ★★★★
  7. [18 Feb] Inflamed by an Incubus by Felicity Heaton ★★★★★
  8. [22 Feb] Ricochet by Jessica Andersen ★★★½
  9. [24 Feb] Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover ★★★★½

 

MARCH 2022

  1. [1 Mar] Only One Love by Natasha Madison ★★★★
  2. [2 Mar] Last Duke Standing by Julia London ★★★½
  3. [7 Mar] Western Waves by Brittainy C. Cherry ★★★★
  4. [11 Mar] Wicked Little Promise by Rachael Brownell ★★★★
  5. [15 Mar] Some Days by J.L. Lora ★★★★
  6. [16 Mar] Broken Beauty by Catharina Maura ★★★★½
  7. [17 Mar] Eve of Destruction by Sherrilyn Kenyon ★★★½
  8. [17 Mar] Born of Rage by Sherrilyn Kenyon
  9. [19 Mar] The Summer Getaway by Susan Mallery ★★★★½
  10. [22 Mar] Wright that Got Away by K.A. Linde ★★★★
  11. [23 Mar] Lucifer's Sin by Lisa Renee Jones ★★★★½
  12. [24 Mar] White Trash Warlock by David R. Slayton ★★★½
  13. [27 Mar] The Lying Club by Annie Ward ★★★★½
  14. [28 Mar] Crazy, Wicked Love by Melissa Foster ★★★★½
  15. [30 Mar] A Nurse to Claim His Heart by Juliette Hyland ★★★★

 

Reading Summary

Details February March
Books Read 10 14
Digital Books 4 13
Audiobooks 5 1
Print Book 1 0
Pages Read 3,422 3,796
Hours Listened 49hrs 30 Mins 9hrs 19mins
Average Days Per Book 2 2.40
Average Rating 4 4.04

Books Read to Date – 38

 

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16 responses to “Monthly Wrap-Up: February and March 2022

  1. I’m sorry you’re going to have to stop working from home. When I worked before COVID, we were allowed to work from home 2 times a week and that was great. I’m glad your leg issue wasn’t as bad as you thought. The Summer Getaway was one of my favorite books last month as well. Happy reading!

    Wendy recently posted: March Reading Wrap Up
  2. I’m glad to hear that the issue with your leg proved to be not serious, any new lumps and bumps are scary and of course need investigating.
    Its interesting that people who are no longer required to work from home seem to fall into one of two groups, those that cannot wait to get back and those that like yourself will miss working from home. Thanks for the recap on your last two months.

    Felicity+Grace+Terry recently posted: SILENT NIGHT {PAIGE NORTHWOOD 2}
  3. Too bad about the insurance. You’re right that one never comes out of it ahead. 🙁

    I like seeing your books and data on the charts. Big difference in audio to print from Feb to March. 🙂 Have a great April, Nadene!