Ah, March, you were a wonderful month for books. I purchased seven books total this month, received one book as a gift, and won a giveaway (yay for me!). I was tempted to buy a few more books, but was able to rein it in (self-control feels good). I really want to start buying more used books, so next month will probably look a little diferent than this month’s book haul. (all photos can be enlarged by clicking on them)
1. The Winner’s Crime (The Winner’s Trilogy, #2) by Marie Rutkoski. I loved this book. I’m still reeling from it! You can read my review of it here.
2. The Storyspinner by Becky Wallace. I haven’t picked this one up yet, but as soon as I finish the few books I have already lined up, I’m starting this one.
3. In the Time of Dragon Moon (Wilde Island Chronicles, #3) by Janet Lee Carey. I love the second book in this series and as far as I know this last one can also be read as a standalone.
4. The Paper Magician (The Paper Magician, #1) by Charlie N. Holmberg. Finally, I can put this next to the sequel. I loved this book so much. My review is here.
5. The Assassin’s Blade (Throne of Glass, #0.1-0.5) by Sarah J. Maas. The lovely Cristina @ Girl in the Pages recently hosted a giveaway in honor of her blogiversary and I was lucky enough to have won (thank you so much again!). I selected this title because I love this series and haven’t picked the novellas up yet.
6. Irish Fairy Tales. I received this as a little St. Patrick’s Day gift. Woohoo!
7. Dragon’s Keep (Wilde Island Chronicles, #1) by Janet Lee Carey. Finally picked this one up. You can read my review here.
8. Fire Study (Study, #3) by Maria V. Snyder. I want to marathon all of the Maria V. Snyder books I own, so this was a must purchase.
9. Spy Glass (Glass, #3) by Maria V. Snyder. My Study and Glass series are now completely, now I must read them all!
March was just a great bookish month overall. How was your March book haul? Did you buy more used or new books? Have you read any of these titles yet? Am I tempting you to buy a few of these beauties? Let me know in the comments!