Monday, March 01, 2021

Historical Fiction Reading Challenge - March

We had another great month in February with another 57 reviews! Thank you to everyone who shared! I can't wait to see what you all share in March.

I am very excited to have so many of you signed up and linking up to the challenge already this year, and I look forward to reading your reviews throughout the year! I am sure there is going to be a lot of great historical fiction discovered and shared with fellow HF lovers!

If you haven't already signed up, it's not too late! The sign up post is here.

Just to recap what participants need to know. At the beginning of each month I will put up a post which will have a Mr Linky embedded into it for you to add your link.

Please remember...

  • add the link(s) of your review(s) including your name and book title to the Mister Linky we’ll be adding to our monthly post (please, do not add your blog link, but the correct address that will guide us directly to your review). A direct link to your Goodreads review is also acceptable
  • any kind of historical fiction is accepted (fantasy, young adult, graphic novels...)
  • if you have time, have a look some of the other links that are present. You never know when you will discover new blogs or books!
I have created a group on Facebook which you can find here and don't forget to use the #histficreadingchallenge hashtag on the socials.

Here is the link for you to use to share your reviews this month! Happy reading!


  1. I'm excited to share a 5 star review this month, and it's A Net For Small Fishes by Lucy Jago. She's a new to me author and I thoroughly enjoyed this Jacobean era novel based on real events.

    1. Been a long time since I read anything from the Jacobean era.

  2. Two down... one more to go for March... see you all later!

  3. Hey Marg, this month I am sharing my reviews for the time-slip novel The Phantom Tree by Nicola Cornick and the classic tale of chivalry, Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott. Happy historical reading everyone! 🙂

  4. Greatly enjoying checking out everyone's historical fiction reads! On to April!