February Wrap-Up & March TBR

Audiobooks have saved my reading life in February. My reading slump has been on an all-time high, and I’m so glad to have their help. It might be a slow process, but the experience was totally worth it because I’ve read awesome books, and even more amazing audiobooks that changed the whole reading experience.

I’ve also managed to trim down my ARC reading list, and I’m so happy to have discovered new stories to enjoy, and that I want you guys to know more about. Majority of these ARCs are given to me by the authors, but a couple of them were via Netgalley.

I was also able to finish my reread of Warbreaker for our February Cosmere Crabalong, and I’m almost finished with my reread of The Hero of Ages. Over-all, I’ve read 14 books and 2 rereads.

March TBR

I am still trying to get back into The Lies of Locke Lamora and I might try out its audiobook soon so I could finally get on with it. I’m also currently reading while listening to the audiobook of Songs of Insurrection by J.C. Kang, and I’m making quite a progress with it. My two lone goals for March is to finally start Mistborn Era 2 with The Alloy of Law, and my buddy-read book featuring The Sword of Kaigen by M.L. Wang that I will be reading with a few bookstagrammers.

How many books did you read last month? What were your favorites?

5 thoughts on “February Wrap-Up & March TBR

  1. Looks like you had a good reading month! I totally agree that audiobooks are a lifesaver when in a reading slump; so many of my favorite books I actually listened to on audio!

    I absolutely love Mistborn era 1 as well as Warbreaker, I hope you enjoyed your reread! I also really really hope you’re able to get into Locke Lamora soon! It is one of my favorite books EVER, and I agree that the beginning can seem a little slow and make it hard to get into, but I think trying out the audiobook for a bit is a good idea (that’s why I did too lol). Once you get more into the story, I’m sure you’ll love it! ❤

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  2. Audiobooks, to me, are a hit or miss. I just can’t find the right way to read them. I always like ambient music but if I use them and get too distracted with what I’m doing I lose track of the story.


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