March 2024 Books RECAP

March 2024 Books RECAP features nine book cover images over an image of an autumnal lake. Top row of books: The Daughter of the Scarred Elf by Maham Fatemi, Born a Viking: Blót by Riccardo Polacci, Feral is the Beast by Nisha J. Tuli, A Song of Magic by Kate Schumacher. Bottom row: Phoenix Rising by Ephie & Celia Risho, The Blood Curse by Jessica A. McMinn, Fulfilling Fate by M. A. Frick, Kate Forsyth's Long-Lost Fairy Tales by Kate Forsyth & Lorena Carrington, The House of Starling by Ciara Hartford.

Can we say my March 2024 Books Recap is a success? Well, I read seven books from my March 2024 Book Goals post and dived into two others I hadn’t mentioned… So that’s got to be a win, right? I was deep in the fantasy genre, roaming from YA fantasy to the spiciest of tales, before I entered the world of faery thanks to Kate Forsyth & Lorena Carrington. Now without further ado, let’s check out my list!

Links to Book Review Goodness:

Truthfully every single book I’ve read this month has been a wonderful adventure, so if any of the below titles take your fancy? Just click on their links to check out their reviews!

The Daughter of the Scarred Elf: Maham Fatemi

Born a Viking: Blót – Riccardo Polacci

Feral is the Beast: Nisha J. Tuli

A Song of Magic: Kate Schumacher

Phoenix Rising: Ephie & Celia Risho

The Blood Curse: Jessica A. McMinn

Fulfilling Fate: M. A. Frick

Kate Forsyth’s Long-Lost Fairy Tales: Kate Forsyth & Lorena Carrington

The House of Starling: Ciara Hartford

The March 2024 Books RECAP features an image of autumn leaves in a pond next to a tree.
My favourite season gave such delightful reads this March!

And the March Favourite Read Goes To…

It’s been a delight to journey through the wilderness of fantasy, but my March 2024 Books Recap needs a favourite read, right? Of course it does! Glitterbugs, I can’t go past Kate Forsyth’s Long-Lost Fairy Tales by Kate Forsyth & Lorena Carrington. As I said in my review, faery stories are there to give us chills down our spine, to embolden our heart, to make us *feel* what is occurring to the characters. With Kate & Lorena at the helm, we’re taken into faery where the tales are tall and danger hovers at the shoulder of every reader. It is honestly a masterpiece. Do you want to know more? You can click my review link or just tap the link in this paragraph to take you straight to Amazon to check it out!

And that’s a wrap, glitterbugs!

Happy reading, dear bookworms. And stay tuned for more reviews in April…

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