March Monthly Wrap Up

Books I Read

March was a great month for reading, I got a chance to read eighteen fabulous stories. Here are some of them:

Books that I Picked up/Added to the Never ending TBR

April Goals

I have some pretty lofty goals for April. Firstly, I am going to start on my quest to read a publishers entire catalog. The publisher I am going after is Vault Comics. They specialize in science fiction and fantasy comics. I love what I have read so far, so I am going for it.

Here are some of the titles I hope to read and review this month:

How did I do For March Goals?

12/21 – Goal Books read. Not the most fantastic goals reading month, but the last half of the month I was traveling and did not have the energy to concentrate on reading.

Lingering – Melissa Simonson Buddy read with Evelina

Rijel 12: The Rise of New Australia: An action-packed thrill ride of rebellion and hope – King Medlin (Science Fiction)

Cryptofauna – by Patrick Canning (fifty percent completed)

To Best the Boys – Mary Weber (YA)

The Blighted City – Scott Kaelen (fantasy)

The Bastard from Fairyland – Phil Parker (fantasy)

In the Shadow of The House of God – Jeffrey G Roberts (novella)

Ethereal Custody – Byron Allavren (Novella)

The Clown – E.M McCarthy (Novella)

Forged in the Storm – RE Houser (Novella)

The Unkindness of Magicians – (urban fantasy)

Baba Yaga – Jane Yollen (poetry)

Transmetropolitan – Reread/buddy read with Paul from Paul’s Picks

Vagrant Queen by Magdalene Visaggio

Valentina 1965

Blue is the Warmest Color

Men of Wrath

Brazen Woman

The Fox and the Star

Little Moments of Love

Mooncop (read)


    1. Beth Tabler

      It was.. meh. I wasn’t impressed, although the graphics were very well done. I couldn’t get past the science. It was a bit to Deus ex Machinea for me. But that might just be me. I am really torn over it. I’d like to hear what you think about it when you get to it.

    1. Beth Tabler

      We are Legion was so much fun. It was kinda like a TV series about multiple AI’s colonizing the universe. All the different versions of Bob were so well written.

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