Bookmark Lit Bulletin | March 2024

Posted April 3, 2024 / Bookmark Lit Bulletin, Features, Wrap-Ups / 0 Comments

BL headerThe Bookmark Lit Bulletin wraps up the last month in reading and what was on the blog, as well as what’s coming up next. You can check out my book haul, books read, posts shared, challenge updates, etc. You can read past bulletins here. If you’re looking for more personal updates, you can check out my Lauren Lately feature; it highlights my life events and non-bookish fun from the previous 30 days.

I went from reading six novellas and a few other slogs to finish with nine books in February, to reading eight full books (including a cookbook) in March. Definitely sounds better but the vibes were honestly still a little low. I haven’t had the same reading gusto I carried all through last year and am usually on track or one book behind on my reading goal. April will be tough due to travel plans but I have ideas for how to keep on track.

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8 books in March

8 read    0 reread    0 DNF

Pages read: 2,800 •   Average rating: 3.94 stars

Genres: 5 mystery/thriller, 1 nonfiction, 1 contemporary, 1 paranormal

Formats: 5 mixed format, 2 egalley, 1 hardcover

Sources: 5 review, 2 borrowed, 1 purchased

Age Target: 7 adult, 1 young adult

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Here are all the books I read this month with ratings and one-line thoughts!



Solid Installment


Another Lame Mystery




Classic Hallett


EXCELLENT, Worth Hype!


Decent & Quick


Good Cookbook



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Popsugar Reading Challenge: 22%

52 Book Club: 33%

Book Cover Bingo: 56%

24 in 24: 13%

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Breakdown: 6 hardcovers | 0 paperbacks | 2 egalleys | 1 ebooks | 0 audiobooks
All review copies were provided for free in exchange for an honest review.

For Review

From Penguin: A Novel Love Story by Poston

From Hachette: The Finders Keepers Library by Rains


Kindle First: Family Reservations by Palmer

Physical Books

Preordered: The Prisoner’s Throne by Black

Purchased: The Book of Doors by Brown, Mary Jane by Blau

BOTM: Murder Road by St. James, A Fate Inked in Blood by Jenson, Shark Heart by Habeck


How was your reading month?
What do you have up next?


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