March Favorites and Stats

It’s hard to believe we started the month in Tennessee with short trip to Georgia before heading home after a month away. I never did write about it and it’s not going to happen now, although never say never.

My plan for Women’s History Month was to only read books by women I had read before. Due to poor (ie none) planning for the month I was able to accomplish reading a woman everyday, but not always someone I’d read read before.

In March I read 35 books and watched 2 bookish movies. For the year I’ve read 101 books in 90 days and watched 3 bookish movies (picture books are definitely padding this number :))

In March I read 20 physical books, 3 audio books, 3 e-books.

My favorite March reads...

Faithful Place by Tana French, review here.

Dictionary For A Better World by Irene Latham and Charles Waters, review here.
The Only Woman in the Room by Marie Benedict, review here.
Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos by Lucy Knisley, review here.
Truly, Madly by Heather Webber (I read the first three of this series and loved them all)


We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie


A New Kind of Country by Dorothy Gilman


Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave

Always the Last To Know by Kristan Higgins

Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell

Falling From Trees by Mike Fiorito

Me For You by Lolly Winston

Historical Fiction

The Only Woman in the Room by Marie Benedict


The Deadly Hours by Susanna Kearsley, CS Harris, Anna Lee Huber, Christina Trent

Faithful Place by Tana French (Dublin Murder Squad series)

Truly, Madly by Heather Webber (Lucy Valentine series)

Deeply, Desperately by Heather Webber (Lucy Valentine series)

Absolutely, Positively by Heather Webber (Lucy Valentine series)

Mrs. Pollifax on the China Station by Dorothy Gilman (Mrs. Pollifax series)

I is for Innocent by Sue Grafton (Kinsey Millhone series)

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

High Treason at the Grand Hotel by Kelly Oliver (Fiona Figg series)

Historical Romance

Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas (Ravenel series)

Graphic Memoir

Kid Gloves by Lucy Knisley


Go To Sleep (I Miss You) by Lucy Knisley

Kids Non-Fiction

Dictionary For A Better World by Irene Latham and Charles Waters.

Ohio by Darlene Stille

Kids Fiction

Double Fudge by Judy Blume

Pinballs by Betsy Byars

Kids Picture Book Non-Fiction

Limitless: 24 Remarkable American Women of Vision, Grit, and Guts by Leah Tinari

The Last Black King of the Kentucky Derby by Crystal Hubbard

Remember: The Journey To School Integration by Toni Morrison

Muhammad Ali: The People’s Champion by Walter Dean Myers

Going Up! Elisha Otis’s Trip to the Top by Monica Kulling

Daring Amelia by Barbara Lowell

Kids Picture Book Fiction

The Tortoise or the Hare by Toni Morrison

Little Cloud and Lady Wind by Toni Morrison

Peeny Butter Fudge by Toni Morrison

Please, Loiuse by Toni Morrison

The Paper Kingdom by Helena Ku Rhee

The Night Gardener by Fan Brothers

Bookish Movies

The Call of the Wild, 2020

Murder on the Orient Express, 2017

13 thoughts on “March Favorites and Stats

  1. Mary says:

    I still haven’t read Tana French but I got her newest book for Christmas. Now to make the time to read it! I read 3 of your fiction titles!

    • stacybuckeye says:

      I hope you like it. I’ve only read two Tana French books and I’ve loved them both. They are both older though so I look forward to seeing what you think of her newer titles.

  2. Gofita says:

    So impressive! I’d heard mixed reviews about The Only Woman in the Room but maybe I’ll give it a go since I’ve been really fascinated by Hedy Lamarr. And your book photos are so spot on! I’m loving the creativity. You have inspired me to take more time and take pics of my books for reviews.

    I’m over halfway through The Likeness of Tana French’s series…I am enjoying it but the plot is sooo dumb. So I’m looking forward to Faithful Place since it’s getting such great reviews!

    • stacybuckeye says:

      If you know a lot about Hedy Lamarr the book might not work for you, but since I knew nothing I was good.
      Thanks about the photos. I’m enjoying my 10 minutes of creativity every day πŸ™‚

  3. Athira says:

    Even without the picture books, that is a lot of reading medium/big books! Love it! Without picture books, I can’t get into double digits even.

    Murder on the Orient Express is on my list for April. I’ve watched one of the recent movies based on the book so we’ll see if I stay hooked to the book. Happy April!

  4. Literary Feline says:

    I’ve still only read In the Woods by Tana French. I have all her other books. I don’t know why I haven’t read them. Story of my reading life. LOL Looks like you are doing great with your challenge, Stacy. Have a wonderful April in books!

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