March was a month of ups and downs. Like, extremely so. If you follow my Sunday posts you’ll have seen an entire team in my office was made redundant and it led to a lot of emotions and chaos and it was stressful to say the least. That being said it was also filled with fun and laughter and seeing friends and I have really enjoyed it. I just wish I didn’t need the bad things to remind me of the good, you know? I spent the month reading and watching TV and attempting to listen to music and it was generally really enjoyable.
Can’t Stop Listening
Green Light – Lorde
Cocoon – Milky Chance
Iris – Kina Grannis
Good Girls Don’t Kiss and Tell // Getting Rid of Bradley // City of the Lost // Moranifesto // Welcome To Temptation // Paris for One and Other Stories
Paris for One and Other Stories // I May Have Only Fallen Head Over Heels For Two Stories But I Still Enjoyed It
Of Dragons and Hearts | Having Kids in the 21st Century
Metaphors and Moonlight | Realism in Books – Basic Necessities // High School in Real Life vs High School In Books
Something Delicate | Review Plan? – You Don’t Need It!
Feed Your Fiction Addiction | Two (Free) Tools that Have Transformed My Replying and Commenting Back // My Haphazard Reading Habits
Sparkling Letters | How To Make A Bookworm Happy
The Book Voyagers | A Small List of Diverse Romance Books (because you can’t not need this list in your life if you’re a romance reader) // IT'S LIT // A Swoons YA Edition: Issue #1 (I love these mini magazines of bookish characters, it’s genius)
Boats Against The Current | Why Do We Love Anti-Heroes? // Being OK With Being An Introvert // Do you review every book you read? // What makes a ‘strong’ female character?
Paper Fury | 10 Reasons Why Reviewing Books Is Actually Super Hard // What Is The Perfect Amount of Pages For A Book?
It Starts At Midnight | Book Blogger Evolution
Fine Print | When Do You Get Rid of Books?
And that is my month (well, mostly). I would love to hear your monthly highlights, please tell me all below.