Monthly Summary: March 2021

Welcome to another Monthly Summary on Pages and Tea.

Hello, and welcome. What a quiet month March has been for my blog. I haven’t done much blogging at all, but I have managed to fit in a fair amount of reading…

It started out with a new mystery series, the Joe Pickett series by C. J. Box. A new-to-me author and quite a large series so far to go at if I enjoyed this first book. I did, and I’d probably be tempted to pick up the next book in the series at some point. The central character is a game warden in Twelve Sleep, Wyoming, and the setting for the story was absolutely beautiful. Likeable characters and a bit of a mystery made this a good read.

From that point on it’s been all about The Dark Tower. I decided I would reread the series, something I’ve wanted to do for quite a while, and last month I finally began with The Gunslinger. March saw me pick up The Drawing of the Three and that proved just as good second time around, so I doubt it will be long before I’m grabbing the next book in the series.

I think that’s about all for now, so here’s a very short summary of March on Pages and Tea…

Book Reviews

Gunslinger

The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) by Stephen King

Featured Posts

Booking Ahead

March 2021

Reading Review

Reading Resolutions 2021

March Progress

Beat the Backlist Challenge Progress

5 thoughts on “Monthly Summary: March 2021

  1. Elyse LeMieux says:

    I had C. J. Box in my head and couldn’t remember why but now I do! I started watching Big Sky and it’s based on his Highway Quartet! The show is based more on the second book but I want to read them all.

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