Favorite Posts: March 2019


Hello lovelies! How are you? I hope you had a lovely March! I don’t know what was up with this month, but I feel like everyone’s blogging game got a glo up. Let’s not talk about how I didn’t post for over a week and am still behind on everything. I read so many wonderful and inspiring posts this month, so this is gonna be a pretty long list.



Charlotte @ Reads Rainbow created the best themed recommendation list ever: LGBT reads about witches and other magic doers.

Acqua @ Acquadimore Books shared an amazing list of recommendations for fans of Shadow and Bone (aka me.)

Kathy @ Pages Below the Vaulted Sky wrote a beautiful review of Do You Dream of Terra-Two?  and made me fall in love with another book I haven’t read.

Rahcel @ Pace, Amore, Libri encouraged us all to read more women and recommended books by women based on books you’ve read by men.

Olivia  @ Purely Olivia wrote about 5 contemparies to read this spring and I may or may not have bought half of them as a direct result. (ok, I definitley did)



Mary Drover wrote a passionate defense of two of YA’s most unpopular heroines, Clary Fray and Alina Starkov. 

Acqua @ Acquadimore Books shared her villain origin story (or how she fell in love with villains in 5 steps)

Krysta @Pages Unbound wrote a really interesting discussion about whether or not characters need to be relatable.

Caro @ Bookcheshirecat wrote about female characters who inspire her  and her favorite SFF creatures.

Xandra @ Starry Sky Books wrote a really interesting post about what makes a great plottwist.

Jemma  @ Fantastic Books wrote am ode to sci-fi and it reminded me of all the reasons I fell in love with the genre.



The Busy Shelf wrote a really lovely and inspiring post about choosing to blog because it gives you joy.

Gerry @ The Book Nook UK celebrated her blogversary with an awesome giveaway and some great blogging advice.

Marie @ Drizzel & Hurricane Books wrote a wonderful post about interacting with the book community.



Cerys @ Browsing for Books wrote a really cool post with 5 book recommendations for non-stereotypical Slytherins. (She also did Hufflepuff, but I mostly care about Slyhterin cause I’m just self involved like that)

Carly @ Reading is My Kind of Thing fed my Slytherin soul with her post about 5 characters who embody Slytherin

Ren Strange @ Strangely Pop Cultured also shared 5 characters who embody Slytherin and her list included some true Slytherin queens (because she is one, duh)


Did you read or write any blog posts you’d like to share this month? 

35 thoughts on “Favorite Posts: March 2019

  1. Oooh my, thank you so much! I had to do a double take to be sure it was me there ahaha! I am so happy that you liked what I wrote. I appreciate it so much! ❤ ❤ ❤ Also, thank you for this wonderful collection of posts, they are all very inspiring!

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  2. …you come up with the best titles. Now I’m thinking that I definitely should have called that post “my villain origin story” and I can’t believe I never even thought of that

    Anyway, thank you for linking my posts and helping me find so many interesting ones to read!

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