That’s probably not really a thing but at least it’s fun to rhyme. This is just one snapshot on a “warmer” afternoon this past month, and about ten minutes after it was taken it started trying to snow again.
The first quarter is officially over but at least in Boise, it still feels like winter. BRRR.
The first quarter is officially over but at least in Boise, it still feels like winter. BRRR. Which means more time to spend cozy by the fireplace with a good book.
It’s also a good time to check in our 2023 goals (reading or otherwise). I didn’t set a bunch of non-reading goals this year because I’ve overdone that in the past so this year I’m focusing on simplicity and strength – however that appears in my life – including in my reading.
I’m still exceeding my reading goals for the year and I can’t wait to see how this continues throughout the year. Here’s how my stats currently look:
- Original Reading Goal – 93/250
- Lofty Reading Goal – 93/365
- Old TBR Goal – 30/100
- Overall TBR Read – 56
- ARC Books Read – 10
- Books Bought – 27
My total TBR on 1/1/23 was 602. I am currently at 576 as of 3/31/23. PROGRESS!
Here were some of my top reads from March …
✨ Creative Motivation – Steal Like an Artist by Jeff Goins
✨ Thriller – Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James
✨ Overall Fave – Off the Map by Trish Doller
✨ Nonfiction – Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins
✨ Spicy – Beauty’s Release by Anne Rice (3rd book in the Sleeping Beauty series)
Also read in March (not pictured):
✨ The Rachel Incident by Caroline O’Donoghue (NetGalley)
✨ Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James (Library)
✨ Off the Map by Trish Doller (NetGalley)
✨ Mermaid of New York by Jincey Lumpkin (NetGalley)
✨ Hard Pass by Sasra Ney (Kindle)
✨ Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins (Audible)
✨ WIne Witch on Fire by Natalie Maclean (ARC)
✨ Top Scoring Player by Leslie North (NetGalley)
What was your favorite book in March?