Look, the first quarter of 2012 is over. I cannot believe it. (And goodbye, favorite month! Till next year!)
March was all sorts of busy and fun, mostly because of work and the birthday. But this busy status and all the days/nights out was taxing to my reading and I was still oh-so-slow. I am currently behind my reading challenge by 4-5 books, and a part of me is crazily scrambling to catch up. But I can’t seem to.
Even so, the bigger part of me didn’t really mind the slowness because I think I was able to read a lot of good books in the past month. It was more of quality over quantity and it’s a nice way to spend my favorite month knowing you read good books. :D So, a recap:
- The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen – 3/5. Not my favorite SAA book, but still quite lovely.
- Confessions of a Serial Kisser by Wendelin Van Draanen – 2/5. Possibly the only disappointment in the stack, but I still appreciate it because I needed it as a palate cleanser.
- Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card – 5/5. Why did I wait so long to read this again?
There were some fun reads and some great reads in the past month too, and like I said, it was quite a nice reading month, even if I was so slow.
Now what’s in store for April?