Bookish Update: March 2014

bookish updates mar 2014

Sorry this post is a few days late! The past week has been a bit rough for me, but now that the weekend is finally here (and I’ve gotten some sleep!), I can focus on what’s really important. 🙂

Currently reading: The Quick by Lauren Owen

Books read in March:

  1. Ellis Peters, The Raven in the Foregate
  2. Elizabeth Blackwell, While Beauty Slept
  3. Kathryn Miller Haines, The Girl Is Murder
  4. Caprice Crane, With a Little Luck
  5. Lorna Goodison, By Love Possessed: Stories
  6. Hannah March, The Complaint of the Dove
  7. Kate Quinn, Mistress of Rome
  8. Frank Baker, Miss Hargreaves

Favorite: I have to go with Mistress of Rome — even though it’s a total soap opera, it was a completely addictive read!

Least favorite: With a Little Luck — it wasn’t terrible, but there was absolutely nothing original or interesting about it.

Books acquired in March:

  1. Deanna Raybourn, City of Jasmine
  2. Lauren Owen, The Quick (ARC)
  3. Ismail Kadare, Broken April
  4. Kristan Higgins, Waiting on You
  5. Penelope Hughes-Hallett, The Immortal Dinner: A Famous Evening of Genius and Laughter in Literary London, 1817
  6. Jennifer Crusie, Trust Me on This

E-books:

  1. Deanna Raybourn, Whisper of Jasmine (free)
  2. Ashley Gardner, The Hanover Square AffairA Regimental MurderThe Glass House, “The Gentleman’s Walking Stick,” and “The Disappearance of Miss Sarah Oswald” ($0.99 for the bundle)
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2 thoughts on “Bookish Update: March 2014

    • Christina says:

      I didn’t know about it either, until I randomly saw it sitting there in Barnes & Noble! Of course, I still haven’t read A Spear of Summer Grass yet, so I am WAY behind!

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