Well, March is over, and so it’s time for a March wrap-up post.

March was kind of a mediocre month for me, in terms of how much I read. I read some great stories, but it just didn’t feel like a particularly productive month (though I did manage to get away with only having one  re-read, as opposed to the three I had in February). I had five new books and one re-read. They are:

  • The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson [review]
  • Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty (re-read) [review]
  • Second Helpings by Megan McCafferty [review]
  • Palace Circle by Rebecca Dean[review]
  • Charmed Thirds by Megan McCafferty [review]
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote

My review for Breakfast at Tiffany’s should be coming sometime in the next day or so.

Let’s see, what else happened during the month of March? The Winter Reading Challenge came to an end, and I posted my abysmal results. I also started the Spring Reading Thing challenge, and seem to be having better luck. I kept my list down to 15 books, and I’ve already completed two of them. I’m trying to read the two longest books on the list right now (War and Peace and The Sunne in Splendour), so it may be a little while before I post any further reviews.

I’ll be posting a complete first quarter of 2009 wrap-up in this week’s Sunday Salon, so watch for that. In the meantime, I’ve got some reading to do so I can make April a far more successful month!