March, turns out, is just as busy as February. I thought March will be less busier seeing that my mid-term exams end at the beginning of March, but as soon as the mid-term exams are finished, assignments and tests and quizzes start to roll. Just when spring break starts, I got hit by a huge reading and blogging slumps, thanks to K-Dramas. In short, March is one inactive month, but I think I'll be back in April.
Aside from tests, I attend a lot of parties too this month (5, to be exact), so that's why I can't read as much as I want to.
Yes, it's the one and only Descendants of the Sun! Seriously, it's really cool and awesome!
Beside of it, earlier this month I'm also obsessed with Halsey's song, especially Colors and Roman Holiday. Have you seen Colors MV? Because if you haven't, you totally should (there's Tyler Posey there!)
1. Discussion Challenge (hosted by Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight and Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction)
Number of discussion posted this month : 0
Total discussion posted : 2/12
2. Debut Author Challenge (hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl)
Number of debut read this month : 1
Total debuts read : 3/12
3. Commenting 365 Challenge (hosted by Nori @ ReadWriteLove 28)
Number of blogs commented : 0
Total blogs commented : 21/365
Okay, here's the thing : I often use my phone to comment on people's blogs, but I can't open the master list on my phone. So this doesn't mean I didn't comment on people's blogs at all this month (I comment on a lot of blogs, in fact), but I can't check and compare it with the master list.
In case you missed these posts :
The Young Elite by Marie Lu - 3.5 stars
Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines - 2.5 stars
Top Ten Tuesday
Like I said, I didn't read a lot of books this month (only 3), but at least all of them are great!
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo - 5 stars
As expected, Six of Crows manage to outreach my ridiculously high expectations!
The Natural History of Us by Rachel Harris - 3.5 stars
A cute, not-really-light contemporary. If you like The Fine Art of Pretending (the first book), you should read this one.
Love, Lies, and Spies by Cindy Anstey - 4 stars
A great and adorable historical fiction. If you love historical genre, you totally should read this.
So, how's your March?