March round-up (a week late) #books #familytime #bookblogging

And the reason I’m a week late is because I have been very much enjoying the start of the Easter break.

We have been to Edinburgh zoo, which was fantastic. It was such a good day out even if the Zoo was on a rather massive hill. Lots of walking, lots of fresh air and lots and lots to see. Plus the Grasslands restaurant served some delicious food.

I’ve also spent a lot of time enjoying the sea breeze and looking for shells. Family time. Important time.

I will be about slightly more next week than I was last week, but I am going to take full advantage and enjoy my time off with my very special small wee person. She is the best.

Happy holidays!

March was a great blogging month for me –

I wrote some discussion type posts

  • The life/reading of a book blogger #bookwormproblems – The post is HERE if you would like to have a read.

I have been amazed at how many comments and reads this post has received πŸ™‚

  • In everyday life how do you deal with all the daily distractions? – if you are interested you can find the post HERE

I reviewed some great books including;

I got the opportunity to participate in some #blogtours for some rather great reads including;

Thank you if you have stopped by, read, commented or talked to me here or on twitter – I am always in awe of how supportive and nice the #bookblogging community is.

17 thoughts on “March round-up (a week late) #books #familytime #bookblogging

Add yours

    1. It was a glass viewing area, there was also a glass tunnel that we walked through, and the tiger could walk over, it was a good enclosure. I would highly recommend Edinburgh Zoo if you are ever in the area.

      Liked by 1 person

  1. Lovely Wrap-up!

    It seems you had a very productive last month. I visited Edinburgh in January and although I didn’t visit the zoo, I fell in love with the city, it’s gorgeous, now I can’t wait to be back ( hopefully in Summer). Maybe this time I will visit those Pandas!!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Ahhh I love Edinburgh so much, I’m so sad I didn’t have time to visit the zoo when I was there last summer. Oh, maybe that’s an excuse to come back ahah πŸ™‚
    So happy you had such a great blogging month, I hope that April will be even better! πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply to Jess @ Combing Through the Pages Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

A Couple of B's

with an itch to read and review

Birdie's Book Nook

reviewing fantasy, sci-fi, and romance novels

amyleighreads.wordpress.com/

Daily musings of an avid reader...

Penny For Our Thoughts

Traveling Sisters Book Reviews. Join us on our adventures through the books we read

The Bashful Bookworm

Read, Review, Repeat

Book_tangled

The scribbler of the site is routinely tangled in books, ergo the title. Cannot decide between Classics, Romance, Thriller, or any other genre.

Frappes and Fiction

Book Reviews & Other Miscellaneous Ramblings

thebookbrief

"Books are a uniquely portable magic" - Stephen King

Picture This Literature

Everything books! Reviews, new releases, and other thoughts.

The Book Diva's Reads

A Basic Book Review Blog by a Basic Reader

Books, Ramblings, and Tea

My TBR list will survive me

Author Kayla Krantz

International Bestselling Author of dark fantasy, psychological horror, and supernatural thriller novels.

Always Love Books

reader, reviewer

Reserved for Reading

Always in pursuit of the next amazing novel

The Worlds Worst Writer (Maybe)

Young writer, totally unqualified, possibly awful. : )

The Introverted Reader πŸ“š

Forever lost in literature

Art and Soul

Books served with a generous slice of cake.

%d bloggers like this: