March Wrap Up & April TBR (2019) // Reading slump and hell weeks, but at least April is finally here!!!!!

MONTHLY wrap up

Ah March. Reading slump and hell weeks of countless assignments and presentation. What could’ve gone wrong, right?


  1. OPPOSITE OF ALWAYS by Justin A. Reynolds {e-ARC} // ✰✰✰
  2. THE DATING GAME by Kiley Roache {e-ARC} // ✰✰✰✰.5
  3. THE NOWHERE GIRLS by Amy Reed // ✰✰✰✰✰ – Review to come!

While I did enjoyed all the books I read in March, this got to be my lowest reading record in some time. At least when I had a reading slump, I still read fanfictions or novella. This time, I just didn’t read anything and I don’t know how I feel about that 🙍 I am currently reading other two books, which are Daughters of the Nile by Stephanie Dray and The Cold is in Her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale. While I enjoyed both of them, it’s taking me so long and with exams coming up, I’m getting frustrated with myself for not being able to read them 🤦


April is going to be a busy month for me too, but when I saw Aimal’s sign up post for #UnsolvedAThon, I can’t help myself!

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#UnsolvedAThon is created by Laura @ The Book Corps and I’m going to follow Shane’s path this time!


  1. The Harrowing Hunt for Bigfoot (Read a book about a mythical creature/monster) – CAPTIVATE by Carrie Jones
  2. The Strange Disappearance of D.B. Cooper (Read a mystery or thriller book) – THE ASSASSIN GAME by Kristy Mckay
  3. The Haunting of the Salem Witch Trials (Read a book involving witches) – LABYRINTH LOST by Zoraia Cordova
  4. The Horrifying Murders of the Zodiac Killer (Read a retelling) – THE COLD IS IN HER BONES by Peternelle van Arsdale
  5. The Secret Society of the Illuminati (Read a book about or involving a secret society) – ENTICE by Carrie Jones
  6. The Suspicious Assassination of JFK (Read a book about or involving an assassin) – ROMANOV by Nadine Brandes
  7. The Demonic Goatman’s Bridge (Read a book about or involving demons) – GOOD OMENS by Terry Pratchet and Neil Gaiman
  8. The Thrilling Gardner Museum Heist (Read a book involving a heist or thieves) – NOCTURNA by Maya Montayne (I’ll try my best of not doing a double, but this should do for now)
  9. 3 Horrifying Cases of Ghosts and Demons (Read a collection of short stories/anthology) – TANGLEWEED AND BRINE by Deidre Sullivan
  10. The Treacherous Treasure Hunt of Forrest Fenn (Read a book involving an adventure or quest) – NOCTURNA by Maya Montayne

Since it also coincides with another edition of Magical Readathon, I also decided to participate in it! I tried to join in December, but I failed terribly 😅 I hope it will be better this time though! As we can choose our own career path, I decided to follow Journalist as a) I always wanted to be one and b) it’s the only one that fits my timeline and TBR.

  1. Muggle Studies (Contemporary) – LOVE AND OTHER CURSES by Michael Thomas Ford
  2. History of Magic (Published at least 10 years ago) – GOOD OMENS by Terry Pratchet and Neil Gaiman
  3. 1 subject of my choice-> Ancient Runes (Retelling) – THE COLD IS IN HER BONES by Peternelle van Arsdale

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I guess my reading slump affect my blog-hopping mood because I barely did it last month! Drop some of your favorite posts below so I can check them out 😊


Not much happened in March, but the false sense of relaxation and security in February really screwed me up. I can’t even remember what happened this month, it felt like a blur of hell weeks! With exams starting today and will go on until next Wednesday, it seems like the tiredness will never stop 😭😭😭

BUT BUT bUT!! Do you know what else is coming on April???

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Yes folks, the wait is almost over!!! Only 2 more weeks until Season 8 and around 3-4 weeks until Endgame.

and I am SO. EXCITED!!!!

(and also terrified but let’s remove all the negativity shall we?)

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SO. Who’s excited for GOT Season 8 and Avengers: Endgame??? Share your theories, let’s cry together!!! But seriously. How was March to you? Is there anything you’re looking forward for April?


13 thoughts on “March Wrap Up & April TBR (2019) // Reading slump and hell weeks, but at least April is finally here!!!!!

  1. I hope that April will be a better reading month for you and best of luck for these readathons, they sound like so much fun! 😀
    Fingers crossed for your exams, you’ll do GREAT, I’m rooting for you! ❤ Have a wonderful month! ❤ ❤

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  2. oooh exam week is so tough! Take all the time you need… for some reason I just can’t read some books when stressed so I totally get you about March. Hopefully your reading April will be better and YAY!! You have some great readathons to help you out. ❤️ Thank you so much for sharing my K-drama post Tasya!

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  3. YES, Avengers Endgame!!! I cannot wait for it! My March was mediocre, but that comes with the season. But April is finally here, hooray! So many new books are also coming out, which I’m super excited for!

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