Road Trip Wednesday #123 Best Book of the Month!

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Welcome to our 123rd Road Trip Wednesday!

Road Trip Wednesday is a "Blog Carnival," where YA Highway's contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question and answer it on our own blogs. You can hop from destination to destination and get everybody's unique take on the topic.






We'd love for you to participate! Just answer the prompt on your own blog and leave a link in the comments - or, since this week's topic is a short one, you can include your answer in the comments.




This Week's Topic:
What was the best book you read in March? 
Road Trip Song of the Week:
(because I'm pure evil and if this song got stuck in my head I shall make sure it's in yours too!)
"I Like it Like That" by Hot Chelle Rae




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  2. Sorry for all the deletes; I can't get a link to work! So here's mine to copy and paste:

    http://www.daisycarter.com/2012/03/march-books-rtw.html

    Happy Road Tripping!

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  3. Happy Wednesday everyone! Here is my RTW: http://cindythomasbooks.blogspot.com/2012/03/best-of-march.html

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  4. I don't have blog yet so I'll just post my answer here.

    Hmm.... best book so far in March would have to be The Bell Jar. I had never read it until now!

    The best YA book I've read in March would be A Million Suns by Beth Revis. :)

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    1. Ooh, I love The Bell Jar! One of my favorite books ever!

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  5. Oh, hey! I totally did RTW without knowing the RTW question! Here's my post: http://www.tarynalbright.com/2012/03/book-that-blew-my-mind.html

    And it was so good OMG can't stop gushing read it now!

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  6. It's totally lame to pick an ARC but I did it anyway! http://www.sarahenni.com/2012/03/28/rtw-best-book-o-the-month-3/

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  7. March has been a great month for reading! Here are my two choices. Yeah, I cheated a little.

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  8. I read too many good books this month to pick a favorite (as usual!): http://www.rebeccabehrens.com/2012/03/march-reading.html

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  9. Here's mine:

    http://jennhoffine.blogspot.com/2012/03/road-trip-wednesday-best-of-march.html

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  10. Mine wasn't that hard of a decision for once. http://functioninginsanity.blogspot.com/2012/03/rtw-favorite-book-of-march.html

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  11. Oh no--I can see my pile of TBR books growing with each road trip stop! here's mine and if the link doesn't work, it's http://angelicarjackson.blogspot.com/2012/03/rtw-best-book-of-march-2012.html

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  12. The best book I read in March was Junot Diaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. BUT, if you go by the best YA book I read this month, it would have to be Lauren DeStefano's Wither--so creepy, so fun. Here's my review: http://bloggingforya.blogspot.com/2012/03/quick-review-wither.html

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  13. This month it was easy for me to pick just one. Here’s mine!

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  14. May have cheated with mine - I haven't finished it yet! But I felt it deserved best book of the month so far. :)
    http://r-moran.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/rtw-book-of-month.html

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  15. I read a TON of books this month but mine was an easy choice. I like it like that!

    http://daydreamertowriter.blogspot.ca/2012/03/best-book-o-march.html

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  16. I've had a terribly slow month for reading (only three books!) because I've been writing, so maybe I should be cheeky say the best book I've read this month has been my WIP (read an excerpt here: http://angelhorn.com/2012/02/11/thats-yamore/), which I've read about a million times. However I did review a book which really lit me up. Check it out here:

    http://angelhorn.com/2012/03/03/books-for-atheist-teens-godless-by-pete-hautman/

    I'm planning on reading at least two more more books as the month ends. LOOKING FOR ALASKA by John Green, which I've almost finished then I think ANGELFALL by Susan Ee.

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  17. It's hard to remember what I've read this month. I think the best was Birthmarked by Caragh M. O'Brien. I love me some dystopian, I loved the midwife aspect, I enjoyed Gaia and Leon's discovering each other. I'm looking forward to the last in the trilogy coming this October.

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  18. I'm not posting today (my notebook is fried and I'm borrowing my mom's), but I would have to say that Stephen King's On Writing is my March best read (aside from my reread of The Hunger Games trilogy this month). Very helpful, very conversational, and very inspiring :D

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    1. Ooooh, can't wait to read your post about On Writing! I also read the Hunger Games again. :)

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  19. I had a truly awful reading month (meaning my choice is the only book I actually FINISHED during the month), but here's mine:

    http://writerschasm.blogspot.com/2012/03/rtw-best-book-in-march.html

    Now that I feel ashamed, it's time to read so next month will be better...

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  20. Here's mine http://kiwislife.blogspot.com/2012/03/rtw-best-book-of-march.html

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  21. I love participating in this post! I've had a dull reading month, but I'm hoping things will turn around soon!

    RTW: Best Book of March

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  22. I'm a bit late to the game, but here's mine: http://goo.gl/KnuuK

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  23. As it happens, I just wrote a gushing review of The Hunger Games over at my blog. It's like I'm psychic or something, because that's hands-down the best book I read in March. : )

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  24. Here's mine:

    http://amandafoody.blogspot.com/2012/03/best-books-of-march.html

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  25. I read two wonderful books this month, but I just had to choose this one: Do Not Read After Midnight

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  26. Chime by Franny Billingsly. It completely surprised me. My review is up at hegryphus.blogspot.com.

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  27. Omg. Do you know how long it's been since I've heard that song??

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  28. March was a great reading month for me, and the cherry on top was When She Woke. Here's my post.

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  29. Here's mine from A Great Escape: agreatescapebookblog.blogspot.com

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  30. I have been plowing my way through an epic trilogy this month, and I haven't totally made up my mind about it (Mistborn). The one book I've read was the classic: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? I wrote a little review here earlier this month:

    http://apocalypsekidsandotherstuff.com/category/books/page/4/

    I really enjoy seeing the recommendations! I have added many books to my already long "to read" list. Thanks!

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  31. With all the anticipation for The Hunger Games, I went back and reread the first dystopian book geared towards the YA/Children genre. I forgot how much I love Jonas and the Giver!

    http://rabbitholereview.com/2012/03/28/ya-highway-roadtrip-wednesday-2/

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  32. My first RTW Post!!

    I read a lot in March, so this was a tough decision, but I finally settled on TEMPEST, by Julie Cross. I also went ahead and listed some runners up, because it was too painful to leave them out!!

    My Favorite March Reads

    http://carissa-taylor.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/rtw-best-book-of-march.html

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  33. Here's mine!

    I read -- ahem, re-read -- some good ones this month.

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  34. The best book I've read all March was definitely THE MONSTRUMOLOGIST by Rick Yancey. SO GOOD. And dark.

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  35. Here's mine. Go and read it. I really, really think you should.

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