March 2020 Wrap-Up


Well guys, we made it through March 2020. Please excuse my language, but what a shit show. I still cannot wrap my mind around all that happened this month. Instead of dwelling on the chaos of the world, let’s talk about what you are really here for: books. I think that everyone’s anxiety is pretty heightened right now (I know mine is…), and reading is the perfect form of escape. Glass of wine optional… although I have found myself indulging perhaps a bit more than I normally would. What can I say, wine and books are a match made in heaven.




Since I have been pretty much stuck at home since the middle of the month, I have managed to read nine books this month. I actually thought that it would be more, but while I have had a lot of extra time I have also started to struggle with focusing on one thing at a time. Thank you anxiety. Now that I have limited my exposure to the news, which I highly recommend, my mindset finally is starting to improve.




  • “You are loved and you are not alone… thorough storms and through hard times, you are very greatly loved.” – The Lost Lights of St Kilda, Elisabeth Gifford
  • “Disappointment on the human heart is like the tap, tap of water that can wear away even granite.” – The Lost Lights of St Kilda, Elisabeth Gifford
  • “Sometimes, there is such a thing as a perfect day. You can taste it in the air, a sweetness on the breeze that tells you everything is going to go your way.” – The Book of Us, Andrea Michael
  • “All relationships end, either in separation or death. All of them. But that doesn’t make them any less worthwhile. You don’t not do things because one day they’ll have to end.” – The Road to Zoe, Nick Alexander
  • “We’re all part of a tapestry bigger than any of us can imagine, weaving in and out and creating a glorious picture. All of us, from the beginning of time.” – Tapestry, Beth Duke
  • “Wealth has nothing to do with money. It’s your family, your friends, the love directed toward you. No one can own the things that hold true meaning.” – Tapestry, Beth Duke


What were your favourite reads and book quotes in March 2020? I’d love to know in the comments below!

xx Claudia




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