March in Review

March in Review

(Read: 4 / Reviewed: 5)

I have to say, this has probably been the most exhausting month so far. Finally, the opportunity to move house presented itself, and so, myself, my partner and my best friend uplifted our lives and took a chance. It was stressful, and certainly a challenge. Due to having no internet for a while, I’m very much behind on everything, but I plan to rectify that soon! For now, I’m going to get into the book stuff!

Read

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The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn – You guessed it! The March group read of Horror Aficionados! I really enjoyed this one, which really isn’t all that surprising anymore; it seems the people there have great taste as I discover something I love every month now!

Darkest Hours by Mike Thorn – A request from the author, and I happily accepted and reviewed it. Mike Thorn definitely has talent, but I think I’d prefer a full-length novel, which he has mentioned working on. I’ll be keeping an eye on that!

The Tracker by John Hunt – I found this on Netgalley and after my request was accepted, I delved right in and reviewed it! This was an awkward one, as I was right in the middle of moving, so I was quite distracted when writing and posting the review.

Violet Eyes by John Everson – March group read with author invite at Horror Aficionados. I’m disappointed I didn’t get to take part in the discussion for this one, but at least I was able to read it! I like spiders, but these ones were downright nasty.

Reviewed

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John Dies at the End by David Wong (BEST READ)

Hidden by Benedict Jacka

Darkest Hours by Mike Thorn

Preta’s Realm: The Haunting by J. Thorn (WORST READ)

Look Behind You by Sibel Hodge (2017 Review) (WORST READ)

The Tracker by John Hunt

A Dance In Blood Velvet by Freda Warrington (2016 Review)

Moonstruck by Graeme Reynolds (2016 Review) (BEST READ)

I do hope in April I can get in more reads. I’m currently reading Needful Things and, deary me, it’s long!

Anyway, I hope the past month has been good for you! I’m off now, got to do birthday things! I’m a whole year closer to thirty (yay?), so buh-bye!

Red xx

7 thoughts on “March in Review

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  1. Yeah I didn’t have a choice I wanted to hide away but my partner had a suprise party for me I couldn’t believe it. I get through 2-3 books it I’m lucky. I need a job where I get paid to read books 😂

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    1. That would be the most amazing job! Huh… When you think about it, there already is jobs like that – editor, publisher, they get to read books and get paid for it! Of course, they also have a lot of work to do, as well.
      And that’s so sweet of your partner! I don’t think I’ve ever had a surprise party.

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    1. Right! And I can’t say I feel old quite yet. Well… apart from the aches and pains, but that’s because I’m so out of shape, hah!
      And the actual moving part is the worst, but it’s worth it in the end. Just think of the outcome, not the struggle to reach it.

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