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Month in Review: March 2012

It's hard to believe we're already into April. I'm starting to put together all of our plans for the summer. This year is flying by!!

Books Read in March: 5
  1. Gods and Fathers by James LePore
  2. Between a Rock and a Hot Place by Tracey Jackson
  3. Chase Against Time by Steve Reifman
  4. Girl with a Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier
  5. If Walls Could Talk by Lucy Worsley
Reviews Written: 3
I only wrote reviews for the three books I read in March. It was a very slow month for reviews! You can click on the links above to read the reviews.

Year-to-Date Totals:
Nonfiction: 4
Memoir: 1
Contemporary Fiction: 3
Historical Fiction: 1
Mystery/Thriller: 1
Middle-Grade Fiction: 4

For review: 10
For book club: 3
For me: 1

Non-Fiction Non-Memoir Reading Challenge
I read one book toward this challenge during March: If Walls Could Talk. I'm keeping track of my progress on my sidebar.

Narnia Reading Project
I didn't read any books toward this challenge during March. I hope to read the next book during April. I'm keeping track of my progress on my sidebar.

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  1. The only title we have in common as having both read this month is Girl with a Pearl Earring which I am disappointed you do not seem to have reviewed>

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