Monday, April 4, 2011

March Summary

I'm not a huge spring fan, because here in GA that means we're headed towards summer and temperatures are already approaching the 80's.  But, even my summer-hating heart can't help but enjoy seeing lots more green.  Here's what I read in March:

So Much Pretty by Cara Hoffman
My Dead Dad Was In ZZ Top by John Glaser
Blue by Lou Aronica
Great Philosophers Who Failed At Love by Andrew Shaffer
If I Stay by Gayle Foreman
Nowhere Near Normal by Traci Foust
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

Total pages read this year: 7643
Total spent on books I've read: $16.73
Money saved by reading library books, free books, and book I own: $264.75

It was a slower month, which is pretty reflective of the year as a whole.  I'm actually ok with that though.  Of course I still read every day, but I've developed other hobbies since last year and of course getting more involved in the puppy training has eaten up some of my time.  I'm happy with where I'm at, though, and of course I'm still reading every day.

2 comments:

  1. I'm jealous of the warm weather - we had snow flurries on "spring break" in Indiana!

    I had a slow month too - but I will catch up to my goal over the summer.

    I bought The Name of the Wind after I've been hearing so many people rave about it. Will you be writing a review?

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  2. I'll definitely be writing a review of The Name of the Wind. It's my new favorite book - I'm hoping to get around to raving about it today in fact!

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