March NetGalley Check-In

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Hello Everyone!

I’m back this month with March’s NetGalley check-in! Spoiler alert, a milestone is hit!

Current Feedback Ratio: 50%

February’s Feedback Ratio: 49%

Yet another 1% increase, but this month it has brought me to 50%! I know that NetGalley suggests being at 80%, but I’m quite proud of myself for hitting 50%. Only 30% more to go!

Number of Unread Books: 62

February Number of Unread Books: 63

More progress! I know it’s only a difference of 1 book, but I’m still proud! I’ll just ignore the fact that the book I read was for a blog tour and not one of the many backlist books sitting there.

Some Books I Want to Read Next

When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord – This book was on my list in January and February, but I still want to read it soon. It was on my February TBR and I’ve carried it over into March. I’m still super excited to read this one, so hopefully I get to it in the next week or two.

When You Get the Chance

If you’re interested, you can purchase a copy of When You Get the Chance from Amazon* here.

Bookish and the Beast by Ashley Poston – I was so excited to read this book when I was approved for it over a year ago, and then a reading slump happened, and I didn’t end up picking it up. The good news is though that I have started it now and I should be finished it later this week!

Bookish and the Beast

If you’re interested, you can purchase a copy of Bookish and the Beast from Amazon* here.

The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun – This is another backlist book that I should be getting to soon. One of the book clubs I’m in picked this as our next book, so I should have it finished before our meeting in April.

The Charm Offensive

If you’re interested, you can purchase a copy of The Charm Offensive from Amazon* here.

Keep an eye out in March for my next check-in to see how things are going!

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