What I read this month | March 2020


What a month we’ve had.

As of mid-March, many of us have been working from home, or not working (as in my case), and some are working super hard in this current climate – kudos to you all!

After a bad reading month in February, this month I was determined to read more… I’ve read 4 books this month, with 3 currently on the go. This past week has been a pretty hard week to concentrate on books, fiction or non-fiction, am I the only one feeling this way?

Anyways… Here’s what I’ve read in the month of March.


  • Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel AND Bring up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel

I’ve lumped this into one as I listened to the 2-in-1 edition. I started listening to this at the start of the month and whizzed through it, loved it! Both my reviews are up for the two books, here and here.


  • Havenfall by Sara Holland

Originally I thought I only had the extract for this, but was super excited when I realised that I had the book on my Kindle! A fab YA book for those that love all things magic and mystery.


  • The Foundling by Stacey Halls

I said I’d finish it this month and I did! My review for this book went up last week, so do check out the post here.

I’m currently in the process of finishing Inland by Tea Obreht and A Women in the Polar Night by Christiane Ritter (this was a recommendation from a friend). I’m also currently trying to catch up on Netgalley proofs for 2020, so watch this space!

Do let me know in the comments below if you’d set yourself a TBR pile for March and how you got on? Did you read any good books this month, any you’d recommend? Or were you like me and found the month, especially the back end of this month, particularly hard to concentrate? Let me know in the comments below.

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