March Recap + Flights of Fantasy Update

Life lately
March has felt like the calm before the storm (in this case, a very good storm if that's at all possible). I've had pretty busy weeks meeting up with friends but then super low-key weekends where aside from seeing family for our usual Sunday lunch, I've been kind of doing my thing. Which of course means a lot of binge-watching, reading, errands, treating myself and most importantly of all – relaxing. But I know April is going to be busy. I'm going to SF for a week for work and I have other plans lined up. Which makes me glad that I got in a lot of introvert time these last few weekends.

This month's favorites


"Been traveling these wide roads for so long
My heart’s been far from you
Ten-thousand miles gone
Oh, I wanna come near and give ya
every part of me."

On the blog
Book Reviews

Flights of Fantasy

I read 2 fantasy books, which include: Written in Red by Anne Bishop and Spindle Fire by Lexa Hillyer. 

How are you all doing on your challenge?

Feel free to link to any of your #FlightsofFantasy updates
 or a recent fantasy review in the linky below. 
And if you haven't joined the challenge yet, you can sign up here.  



  1. That song by Leon Bridges is amazing! He has such a powerful yet calming voice. I hope you have a great April, even though it will be busy. :)

  2. I keep having trouble deciding what books to include in the challenge. I think some of mine might be more sci-fi or paranormal (urban fantasy?), but then The Others is considered UF, so I've counted them anyway. Feel free to tell me if they shouldn't count! (I linked up my recap.) :-)

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

  3. I only read one FoF book in March. LOL. I can do better, I think. :)

  4. I'm still utterly curious about Bloom! I loved the bits you shared on your Instagram story when you were reading it :)


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