March 2010 Reading Wrap-Up

I did pretty well in March, finishing 17 books, including 4 audio books for a total of 5,172 pages and 2.35 days of audio. I’m sort of surprised, because most of my weeks seemed slow, but I guess they added up pretty well.

After my list of what I read this month, you’ll find a list of the other reviews I posted this month, as well as an update of how I’m doing in my challenges.

What I Read:

Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
Secrets of Eden by Chris Bohjalian (audio) – review pending
Double Fault by Lionel Shriver
Still Life by Louise Penny
The Map of True Places by Brunonia Barry – review pending
The House of Tomorrow by Peter Borgnanni
Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates (audio) – review pending
The Language of Secrets by Diane Dixon
The Anthologist by Nicholas Baker

Young Adult/Middle Grades Fiction
Beautiful Dead: Jonas by Eden Maguire

Historical Fiction
The Scarlet Lion by Elizabeth Chadwick
The Stolen Crown by Susan Higginbotham
Creation of Eve by Lynn Cullen
Shadow of the King by Helen Hollick
The Queen’s Governess by Karen Harper

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot (audio) – review pendi

Pick of the Month:

“The House of Tomorrow” by Peter Bognanni is the quirky and heartfelt story of punk rock and the friendship between two young boys.

What I Posted:

Say Yes to the Book
Blogger Bookmarks

Guest Posts
Writing Believable Historical Womenby Helen Hollick
From Self-Publishing to Sourcebooks
by Susan Higginbotham
Researching the Medieval Period
by Elizabeth Chadwick
Real Life in Fiction by Pam Jenoff

The Opposite of Me by Sarah Pekkanen
Almost Home by Pam Jenoff

Historical Fiction
Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
A Year of Blind Dates by Megan Carson

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