March Round-Up

It’s hard to believe how much has changed within a month. At the beginning of March I would never have imagined that countries would be closing their borders, and that people would be told to stay in their homes. Hopefully by this time next month things will be starting to look a bit brighter.

I have found a plus side to working from home, however. It does mean that I’ll be able to make a big dent in my TBR pile, and I am near enough caught up on my blog tour reads. A couple of weeks ago my reading did take a bit of a hit as everything in the world began to escalate, and I couldn’t concentrate, but I have been able to enjoy it much more recently.

On the 3rd March I attended the book launch for Containment by Vanda Symon, Deep Dark Night by Steph Broadribb and Mexico Street by Simone Buchholz. The event was held at Waterstones, Victoria.


I’ve so far managed to read 36 books this year as part of my Goodreads challenge for 2020.

I took part in seven blog tours this month, The Waxwork Corpse by Simon Michael, Black River by Will Dean, Containment by Vanda Symon, Mine by Clare Epsom, The Unbroken by Alex Caan, Deep Dark Night by Steph Broadribb and All in her Head by Nikki Smith. I’ve included the links below in case you missed any of them.

The Waxwork Corpse

Black River



The Unbroken

Deep Dark Night

All in her Head

In April I have nine blog tours coming up. We Begin at the End by Chris Whitaker and The Silent House by Nell Pattison on the 1st April, The Fallout by Rebecca Thornton on the 4th, I Am Dust by Louise Beech on the 11th, Strangers by C.L. Taylor on the 14th, Silenced for Good by Alex Coombs on the 15th, Can You See Her by S.E. Lynes on the 24th and The Murder Game by Rachel Abbott on the 25th. I also have a giveaway which I am running as part of the blog tour for The Wrong Move by Jennifer Savin on the 20th April.

That’s all from me for this month. Stay safe everyone and happy reading!