Duration: 1st March – 31st March 2020
Number of books: 10
Hosted by: My Vampire Book Obsession


☘ How It Works
Ten books each month is a lot, so there will be 5 different levels. Pick which level you want to do and that’s how many items you will need to check off.

☘ Levels:
Transitional – 2 books
Fledgling – 4 books
Vampire – 6 books
Master – 8 books
Vampire King or Queen – 10 books

☘ March is Irish American month – read a book set in Ireland, with an Irish (or Irish American) character, or with a kilt on the cover. (shhhh… It can be a Scottish kilt, we won’t tell!) – PS I Love You by Cecelia Ahern

☘ March 3rd is “I Want You to be Happy Day” – So read any book that makes you happy! – Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

☘ March 6th is “National Frozen Food Day” – read a book with food or something frozen on the cover, or a book that gives you “chills” – Cleaving by Julie Powell

☘ March 8th is “Be Nasty Day” – read a book that you consider “nasty” (good nasty, bad nasty, so bad it’s good nasty – your interpretation!) – Terra Nullius by Claire G. Coleman (the topic covered is seriously terrifying. And nasty)

☘ March 12th is “Plant a Flower Day” – read a book with a flower on the cover, or a book where a character plants something or works in a garden. – Mum’s the Word by Kate Collins

☘ This year in March we have a Friday the 13th! Choose a superstitious task:
❧ Many buildings don’t have a 13th floor – read a book with a tall building on the cover.
❧ It’s bad luck to have 13 people at the table – read a book with a table on the cover.
❧ A ship’s captain would not go out to sea with a crew of 12, as including the captain, that made 13 people – read a book with a ship or boat on the cover
To Sir Phillip, With Love by Julia Quinn

☘ The Ides of March is the first day of the Roman New Year. It also marks the first day of spring in the Roman calendar. Read a book set in the springtime, a book about Rome, or a book where someone gets stabbed. Et tu, Brute?It’s In His Kiss by Julia Quinn

☘ March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day – a day which honors Saint Patrick, the missionary who brought Christianity to the Irish people in the 400’s AD. In America, it’s mostly a day to claim an Irish heritage you may or may not be entitled to and to drink a lot of green beer. Celebrate by reading a book with a green cover, or a book where a character drinks beer. Bonus points if you read a book featuring green beer, Guinness beer, or people celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. – Break No Bones by Kathy Reichs

☘ March 20th is “Proposal Day” – read a book where a character proposes, where a main character is engaged, or with a ring on the cover.An Offer from a Gentleman by Julia Quinn

☘ March 29th is “Festival of Smoke and Mirrors Day.” Smoke and Mirrors Day is a day of illusions – read a book with smoke and/or mirrors on the cover, or a book where something is not as it appears to be. – Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

☘☘☘ BONUS: March 1st is my son Julian’s birthday! ☘☘☘
Read a book with a title starting with a letter in JULIAN – Inferno by Dante Alighieri

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