March Wrap Up

So I read a total of 11 books this month. The books at the top of the page are books from my personal TBR and I either own them or I borrowed them from the library. The books are the bottom of the page are ARC or review copies that have been sent to me from publishers!

Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye Opening Journey Across the Life Line by Abby Johnson 4/5 stars

Into the Jungle by Erica Ferencik 5/5 stars
Wicked Saints (Something Dark &Holy #1) by Emily A. Duncan 3.5/5 stars
Put on Your PJs, Piggies Illustrated by Sydney Hanson 5/5 stars
The Invited by Jennifer McMahon 3/5 stars
The Theft of America’s Soul by Phil Robertson 4/5 stars
Everything Below the Waist by Jennifer Block 4/5 stars
I Love You, Funny Bunny by Sean Julian 5/5 stars
An Easter Prayer Touch & Feel by Amy Parker & Illustrated by Alison Edgson 5/5 stars
Wish by Chris Saunders 4/5 stars
Really Woolly Bedtime Blessing by Bonnie Rickner Jensen, Illustrated by Julie Sawyer Phillips 4/5 stars

I am sure that anyone who follows my blog or my reviews on Goodreads has noticed that I have been reviewing a lot more children’s books lately! In case you missed the Instagram announcement, I am currently about 4 months pregnant, so I have been working with some amazing publishers to build up baby’s library. I have also been reading fewer books, as I have just been very tired and very busy. With that being said, I will still have a mix of lots of different genres on my blog, you will just see more children’s books.

So my favorite book by far this month was Into the Jungle by Erica Ferecik. 5/5 stars, I absolutely loved it. I was so excited when Gallery Books sent me an ARC because this was one of my most anticipated releases this year and it did not disappoint. I really loved the author’s last book, The River at Night and feel that her books are almost in their own genre, which I love! If you haven’t read The River at Night, I highly recommend picking it up and adding Into the Jungle to your TBR for April. Both of these books are a mix of thriller, suspense, survival and adventure and they are amazing!

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