Monthly TBR: March TBR and the Coming of Spring

Springtime is a beautiful time, but it isn’t here yet in the Southern Interior of BC. March is still wintertime. I’m only a little salty…

This month I’ve decided to be productive instead of ambitious in my goals. No, I didn’t pick fewer books…but I did set some strict parameters for myself and I’m currently on track to succeed.

I’ve chosen nine books for my TBR this month:

–        Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas

–        House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J. Maas

–        Beartown by Fredrik Backman

–        All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir

–        Gallant by V.E. Schwab

–        Archenemies by Marissa Meyer

–        The Voyage of Freydis by Tamara Goranson

–        Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff

–        Rule of Wolves by Leigh Bardugo

Most are physical, though some are on my Kobo or could be read either way. I’m excited for all of them and proud of myself that there are only two left over from February making their way onto this list.

I had AN IDEA in the second half of February! I wanted to make myself a sort of reading challenge: Read 12 eARCs in one week. The time started on March 1, 2022 and goes until March 7, 2022 at 11:59pm.

The books are:

–        Little Bird by Tiffany Meuret

–        Home for Christmas by Camilla Isley

–        My Turn by Allison Jones

–        Boy I Know by Anna Gracia

–        To Get to the Other Side by Kelly Ohlert

–        The Falcon by Isabella Maldonado

–        Queen of the Tiles by Hanna Alkaf

–        Reclaim the Stars by Zoraida Cordova

–        How Do I Un-Remember This? By Danny Pellegrino

–        Cold the Night, Fast the Wolves by Meg Long

–        The Stars Between Us by Cristin Terrill

– Belladonna by Adalyn Grace

These books are all eARCs from Netgalley. I need to get them all read before they expire so I’m going to try and finish them all this first week of March. The good news: I’ve already finished Little Bird and Home for Christmas, both on March 1st. In order to finish on time, I need to keep going and read two a day (I’m only panicking a little bit, I swear). I also need to read Crown of Midnight in this timeframe so that I can get that review up on time. I might be crazy.

For those of you who didn’t read the February Wrap-Up post, I’ve decided to only write reviews for the blog in March. After I see how that does for a month or two, I might add in a couple of other types of posts, but they weren’t making me happy to write and it was a struggle. So, for the time being, they’re out.

If I succeed in all that I’m setting out to accomplish this month, I’ll have read 22 books. That’s incredibly huge, but it would allow for months in the future to have less time for reading (visiting family this summer, a memorial, a wedding, etc.). I’m so excited for March to bring the springtime.


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