Tuesday, April 6, 2021

My Favorite Non-Review Books for March 2021

As a blogger sometimes writing reviews can feel like a chore so it seems I rarely write reviews for non-review books anymore. I feel bad about that, because it's not that I didn't enjoy them less than the books I review here, just that I don't have the time or energy to write a review for each and every book I read. I thought it would be nice to list my favorite non-review books each month to bring more attention to them.

Looking back on the month of March I didn't read many non-review books, but I think I'll have quite a few for April.

Here are my March 2021 favorites:

I'm continuing on my read-along of the Psy-Changeling series by Nalini Singh hosted by Anne @Books of My Heart. Clay and Talin's romance was a second chance one, and can be read as a standalone. There's a continuing story ARC for the series. The secrets and manipulations of the Psy Counsel its players, the enmity between them, and the Changelings. It's getting more and more interesting!

Loving my re-read of Alpha & Omega! We just finished the audio of the next, Burn Bright, on Sunday. We'll be starting Wild Sign on Thursday on our trip out to the Central California Coast. It'll be a re-read for me, but the first time through for my hubby. 

What about you? What were some of your favorite non-review books for March?


  1. I haven't read either of these authors, though, I have some of Singh's contemporaries on my TBR.

  2. No luck with Patricia Griggs, unfortunately. I did try Nalini Singh last year and have enjoyed the ones I read. Definitely need to continue reading more from her.

  3. I see so many raves for Singh. I've really only read one UF series (The Others by Anne Bishop) but I really enjoyed it. So I'm always tempted to branch out and try something by Singh.

  4. I love the readalong that is helping revisit the PsyChangeling series. I will need to do a re-read eventually with the Alpha and Omega series.

  5. they both look good to me. hope you enjoyed them
    sherry @ fundinmental

  6. I wonder if I should skip writing reviews for some of the books I read. Patricia Briggs is always a good read.