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Dancing Out of March 2020

March was the weirdest and longest month. With covid-19 hitting most of us, I expect I won’t be the only one who feels like that…

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The Numbers

In March I read a total of 14  books which makes the total of 2020 39 books read.
Of the 14 books 13 books were fantasy and 1 book was sci-fi.
Out of the 31 days of March I read 16 days which amounted to a total of 3767 pages. My best reading day was March 9th  with 562 pages.
The rating average of this month was 4.

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  1.  Poison & Lies (Spellcaster Academy 8) by Jenetta Penner / 4 stars // ARC
  2. On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness (Wingfeather Saga 1) by Andrew Peterson / 2,5 stars // ARC
  3. The Electric Heir (Feverwake 2) by Victoria Lee / 4 stars // ARC
  4. The Mystery of the Black Flower (Duftapotheke 2) by Anna Ruhe / 4 stars
  5. The Serpent’s Secret (Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond 1) by Sayantani DasGupta / 4 stars
  6. Igraine the Brave by Cornelia Funke / 4 stars
  7. City of Ghosts (Cassidy Blake 1) by Victoria Schwab / 3,5  stars
  8. The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water by Zen Cho / 4 stars // ARC
  9. Tilly and the Lost Fairytales (Pages & Co. 2) by Anna James / 5 stars
  10. Tunnel of Bones (Cassidy Blake 2) by Victoria Schwab / 3 stars
  11. Holy Sister (Book of the Ancestors 3) by Mark Lawrence / 4 stars
  12. The Girl and the Stars (Book of the Ice 1) by Mark Lawrence / 5 stars // ARC
  13. Drowned Country (Greenhollow 2) by Emily Tesh / 5 stars // ARC
  14. When the Moon was Ours by Anne-Marie McLemore / 4 stars

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Read: 0
Total: 3/15

April Plan: Wyrd Sisters | Guards! Guards!

go big or go home 2020

Read: 1
Total: 3/15
My E-arc copy of The Electric Heir was over 500 pages so that totally counted.

April Plan: I mean, I don’t know. I have a lot of plans but none for reading a 500+ page book but I do have a lot of plans for May for those so…


Read: 7
Physical: 7
Ebook: 0
Total: 13

April TBR: Crown of Feathers | Iron Cast | The Gathering | Guards! Guards! | Wyrd Sisters


Read for #MiddleGradeMarch: On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness | The Mystery of the Black Flower | The Serpent’s Secret | Igraine the Brave | City of Ghosts | Tilly and the Lost Fairytales | Tunnel of Bones

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⌘ I’m sure this was a weird month for everyone with covid-19 hitting the western countries fairly hard. In the Netherlands they decided to close down school in the middle of the month, including pre-school, until April 6th (now April 28th). So Merijn has been home. Most people have to work from home if possible.

⌘ Husband works at a supermarket and his job has been marked vital which amuses me. But yeah he has been working 4-5 days a week still.

⌘ Merijn has been having a hard time not having pre-school and searched very hard for some structure. We ended up choosing to use pictograms for a day structure and that has helped him. But he has regressed in certain behaviours because of all the stress (points down below) and change.

⌘ Unfortunately grandpa (fil) had a cerebral hemorrhage and that affected Merijn a lot too. At the end of the month he was admitted to a rehabilitation center to work on getting better. But overal he got extremely lucky with how much damage was done. We’re mostly worried about his eyes at this point.

⌘ So one can imagine that I have no idea what is up or down anymore. Things are all over the place and what is even normal?

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Announcements and the Like
All Systems Go | The Murderbot Readalong | #allsystemsgo
O.W.L.S. 2020 | Magical Readathon Sign-Up
Vote for April’s Readalong Book | Turtle Recall
Turtle Recall | April Readalong Book

Wrap Ups and Other Memes
Dancing out of February 2020
Best of the Bunch // February 2020
Short Stacks #8 / A Few More I Read in 2019
The End of an Adventure | Pondathon 2020 Wrap Up
Show Your Bujo Theme| March // Link-Up

On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness (Wingfeather Saga 1) by Andrew Peterson | ARC
The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents (Discworld) by Terry Pratchett
The Electric Heir (Feverwake 2) by Victoria Lee | Arc
Thorn by Intisar Khanani | Arc
The Tyrant’s Tomb (The Trials of Apollo 4) by Rick Riordan
Poison & Lies (Spellcaster Academy 8) by Jenetta Penner | Arc
The Serpent’s Secret (Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond 1) by Sayantani DasGupta

Top Ten Tuesday
8 Books With Single Word Titles That I Loved
Four Favorite Authors to Follow on Twitter
Books on My Spring 2020 TBR
Middle Grade Stories I Really Want to Share with My Son in the Future
Eight Signs I’m a Book Lover

Discussions, Topics and the Like
Book Haul #51 | In Which I Am Behaving on the Physical Book Buying Front…
The Finished Books // Book Tag
Turtle Recall Reading Guide / Discworld Collector’s Library / Gollancz & Doubleday
The Great Series Read Project
Why It Is Fine to Read Middle Grade as an Adult


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⌘ Fadwa from Word Wonders is sharing her 2020 reading spreadsheet with you all.
⌘ Wyrd and Wonder is back this May!
⌘  Jackie B. from Death by Tsondoku shares 10 ways to manage stress and anxiety.
⌘  Sammie from The Writerly Way shares how to decide which blogs to follow. And she sharessome middle grade recs for the curious adult mind.
⌘ KJ Mulder from Worlds in Ink created the Stay Far, Far Away Bingo Reading Challenge.
⌘ Run Along The Shelves has The Book Tempter’s TBR Book Challenge going for about 12 weeks.


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This monthly wrap up will be linked up with the monthly one by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction. This so we can blog hop to each others wrap ups easier.

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13 thoughts on “Dancing Out of March 2020

  1. Great wrap-up article! I’ve come across so many new books/authors that I want to get aquatinted with now haha! Always love coming across wrap ups like these that are so beautifully put together! I’m a bit behind on it all seeing I haven’t been doing anything with book blogging for a while, but I’ll be getting back on track with everything now including leaving some replies from now on – because I love reading your blog!

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  2. Ik heb het idee dat ik hier elke maand zeg dat ik hoop dat de volgende beter zal zijn voor jou en je gezin. Tot nu toe zonder al te veel effect. Wat een jaar is 2020 tot nu toe al geweest zeg. Maar ik blijf gewoon zowel voor julle als voor mezelf hopen dat het zo snel mogelijk mag beteren.

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  3. You had a great reading month! I read City of Ghosts and Tunnel of Bones and enjoyed them enough that I will pick up book #3, which I think comes out this fall. I hope your April is going as well as it can and that COVID-19 hasn’t personally impacted you, your family, or friends.

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