Happy Friday book friends! We’re already a week into April, but here is my March 2022 reading wrap up regardless. This time around, I did actually read some new books.
Last month I didn’t do a wrap up because the only books I read were rereads. I wouldn’t have much to say except “yes, I still like this book.” The books I reread were Alien vs. Alien, and almost the entire Throne of Glass series. Like, I can’t make a decent wrap up post based on that lol. So we’re skipping February and going straight into March! march 2022 reading march 2022 reading
I read 5 books in March, which is my old monthly average. But, almost all the books were pretty hefty, so my page count goal is doing excellent. Let’s see which books I read then!
Kingdom of Ash
By Sarah J. Maas
House of Sky and Breath
By Sarah J. Maas
The Justice of Kings
By Richard Swan
The Hunger of the Gods
By John Gwynne
By V.E. Schwab
- Kingdom of Ash: 980 pages
- House of Sky and Breath: 801 pages
- The Justice of Kings: 413 pages
- The Hunger of the Gods: 656 pages (according to Goodreads)
- Gallant: 307 pages
That brings my total for the month to 3157 pages! Considering I want to read 40K pages this year, I would need to have read at least 10K pages in the first three months of the year. Well, those first three months have passed and my total of the whole year so far is 10706 pages!! yay me!
Adding this little section because I may have gone a bit wild with the book buying last month. I had paid all my bills, got Covid in between so that saved me about 50 bucks worth of lunch money, and I thought… why not spend all my leftover money on books? So I did. Here’s what I got:
- Cytonic by Brandon Sanderson
- The Justice of Kings by Richard Swan
- Gallant by V.E. Schwab
- Legacy of Light by Matthew Ward
- The Righteous by Renée Ahdieh
- The War of Two Queens by Jennifer L. Armentrout
- A Shadow in the Ember by Jennifer L. Armentrout
- Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett
- Shorefall by Robert Jackson Bennett
- Vengeful by V.E. Schwab
- Thronebreakers by Rebecca Coffindaffer
I have, as you can see, read some of those already. I already read Thronebreakers on my ereader like… last year, and A Shadow in the Ember was my first read of April! Also I read Foundryside and Shorefall back in 2020, but the third book is coming out soon and I wanted to own physical copies.
I think anytime I have money left over at the end of the month I’m going to spend it on books. That way I can’t overspend on books, because the next day is pay day anyway! (Don’t take financial advice from me)