Literary Life: February & March in Review

I’ve taken a break from blogging, that I’ve broken due to a delightfully rejuvenating week off, and will probably reinstate until I’ve moved at the end of April. It was becoming something I felt I had to do, rather than something I was enjoying. I’m hoping once I’m settled in my new place I’ll be able to get back into the groove.

February and March were full of dinners and brunches, but not much in the way of adventures. I’m saving myself for Summer.

Currently Reading:

The Sport of Kings by C. E. Morgan



I’ve Read:

  1. The Heart Goes Last – Margaret Atwood
  2. Dear Amy – Helen Callaghan
  3. The Princess Diarist – Carrie Fisher
  4. Reasons to Stay Alive – Matt Haig
  5. Panic – Lauren Oliver
  6. A Long Way Home – Saroo Brierley
  7. The Witchfinder’s Sister – Beth Underdown
  8. The True Deceiver – Tove Jansson
  9. The Neverending Story – Michael Ende
  10. Thirteen Reasons Why – Jay Asher

The True Deceiver & The Witchfinder’s Sister were the best books of the two months. Panic proved to be a disappointment, fabulous premise though.

How has your reading been?

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I am pleased to hear you’ve had a delightfully rejuvenating week off and I hope your blogging break helps you get your reading and blogging mojo back :-) My reading was slowing down as we got nearer the end of a long, tiring term but now it is the Easter break, so time to relax and catch up :-D


Good luck with your move!

Jenny @ Reading the End

Dinners and brunches are lovely! My reading’s been great in 2016, fairly medium in April itself, but I’m hoping the month will turn itself around. I got a huge stack of awesome-looking books at the library, and I am sure at least a few of them will be brill.