March TBR

Hello Readers!

You know that whole “March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb” thing? Oh boy, did this month come in roaring. The wind was crrrrazy here in Connecticut yesterday. My 6 year old kept asking if I was sure it wasn’t a tornado. It wasn’t. There was a bit of damage around town (throughout New England, actually) caused by the high winds, but all we experienced were some flickering lights and tipped recycling bins, thank goodness.


Here is what I plan on reading this month-

Physical books

 

E-books

  • Uprooted, by Naomi Novik
  • The Life and Death Parade, by Eliza Wass (e-ARC from NetGalley)
  • 806 by Cynthia Weil (e-ARC from NetGalley)
  • The Great and the Small (e-ARC from NetGalley)

 

Audiobooks

Graphic Novels


This feels like a very ambitious list. All I can promise is that I will do my best and focus on enjoying my reading.

I’ve already started and DNF’d a book within the first two days of the month (The Villagers, by Jorge Icaza), and I am 100 pages into Wintersong. I am having so much fun reading it! I hear David Bowie’s voice in my head for all of the Goblin King dialogue. I am swooning so hard!

I was hoping that Uprooted would be the choice for my book club’s March meetup, but unfortunately Hillbilly Elegy won the vote. I am not at all looking forward to reading this… so if it doesn’t happen, oops.

American Gods is the next selection for The Marauders Book Club on Facebook. I am just a little intimidated by the length of it. I also have the audiobook so I may switch between formats as needed.

I may add Purple Hibiscus, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to my March reads, as it is the third book chosen for the Around the World in 1000 Pages book club hosted by Russell at Ink and Paper Blog.


What will you be reading this month? What do you think of monthly TBRs in general? Have you read any of the books on here? Let me know.

Happy Reading!

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