March Wrap Up

What I read
5 Stars
Sleepless in Manhattan by Sarah Morgan
The Night that Changed Everything by Laura Tait and Jimmy Rice
4 Stars 
Dear Thing by Julie Cohen
Secrets of the Sewing Bee by Kate Thompson
The Hurricane by R. J. Prescott
3 Stars
The Father by Anton Svensson 

What I cooked

What I was up to

March has been a fantastic month as we had a little holiday in London. I had been dying to go to the Harry Potter Studio Tour forever so I finally convinced Husband to go. We had such a great time! I don't even know how many pictures we took, it was truly magical.
I also had the chance to attend a couple of blogger events (read all about them here) and to see Matilda the Musical which was amazing. 
For Easter, we went to Karlsruhe to spend the long weekend with friends. It was the birthday of one of them so we went out to celebrate big time and I baked a special cake for him! 
Apart from that, I'm still doing an intensive German course every day. So I'm slowly getting better! 

What I blogged about

At the beginning of March, we celebrated World Book Day, so I decided to write a little post about my favourite children book: Le Petit Prince.

It seems like spring has finally arrived so I shared with you the books I'm planning to read during these months (I have already read a couple): 

While in London, I had the opportunity to attend a couple of blogger events. I really had a great time meeting old and new bookish friends and authors. Read all about them here:

And we also went to see a musical! I've always loved Matilda, so I was a great pleasure to see her on stage: 

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2 comentaris

  1. It looks like you had a fantastic month! xx

    1. Yes, definitely a month to remember! London was amazing, I can't wait to go back already! I hope you are well, Suze. Sending lots of hugs your way! xx