Hello, my lovelies!
February has gone quite fast. But that was sort of what we expected from February anyway 🙂
I didn’t do much in February. I mostly was reading my books and started knitting and crochet.
Without further delays, let’s get to the important part – what will I be reading in March?
All the books that are currently on my TBR can be found HERE. This is the list that I will choose from when spinning the wheel.
My March TBR
I always start with 8 books on my TBR, because this is what I read on average. If I happen to read all of them, I will add a few more books at the end of the month. If I don’t manage to read the books from last month, I don’t unhaul them. They go into the next month’s list automatically, which leaves me with less spins.
These are the 8 books I am planning to read this March:
1. Eternal Love by Karimah Colden
Original spin: Series
The sequel to Eternal Soul, which I rated 3-stars. I hope I will enjoy this one more, but it was a nice book for me to choose for this prompt, because I find pleasure in finishing series. Tick, tick, tick!
2. Chroma Crossing Chronicles: Blood Moon: Part 2 by S. Yurvati
Original Spin: Boyfriend Pick
This is what Chris chose, and I have to tell you that I was quite surprised. He could choose from World of Warcraft, Witcher and Harry Potter Books. Very surprising pick, but I am glad, because I did enjoy the first part of the Chroma Crossing Chronicles.
3. The Museum of Broken Promises by Elizabeth Buchan
Spin: Beautiful Cover
This book cover captures my attention every time and I love the story it unfolds. Every item in the Museum of Broken Promises has been donated and uncovers a story behind it. The owner of the museum, Laure, has some broken promises and stories of her own as well.
4. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Harry Potter #1) by J.K. Rowling
Spin: TBR Vet
One of the oldest books I have on my TBR. I remember reading this book when I was younger, but I don’t have proper book reviews written for the series, so I thought I should re-read it again.
5. The Raven Boys (The Raven Cycle #1) by Maggie Stiefvater
Spin: Instagram Pick
I got the Instagram pick, I asked you to vote on my stories and this was the result! Make sure to follow me on Instagram, so you can see my stories and vote on my next monthly TBRs.
6. Switched (Trylle #1) by Amanda Hocking
Spin: Sister Pick
On this prompt, my sister gets to choose any book from my TBR. She chose Switched, and I am so excited to read it!
7. Wonder (Wonder #1) by R.J. Palacio
Spin: One Word Title
I have had this book on my TBR for a while now, and haven’t watched the movie yet, because I want to read the book first. So this was a great opportunity to finally read it! I have heard amazing things!
8. I am David by Anne Holm
Spin: Short Read
This book has been on my TBR for a while. It used to be in Macedonia, but I recently brought it back with me in the UK. I want to read this one so much and cannot wait.
And that’s my March TBR ! I hope I will manage to read all of these books.
Make sure to follow me on Instagram, so you can stay up to date with my current updates during the month.
What are you planning to read this month? Let me know in the comments!
|Wishlist| Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads | Instagram | Pinterest |
12 thoughts on “March TBR”
Looks like a good group of books.
I have Switched sitting on my bookshelf right now. Definitely a must-read! Enjoy your books this month 🙂
Oh – yay! This makes me even more excited!
Good list! I’ve only read the Harry Potter one. Enjoy.
I’m currently reading Wonder because I want to see the movie too!
Looks like you have a good month ahead – I’ll be watching to see what you think
I read Harry Potter years ago think it’s time maybe for a re read, looks like you have a great month ahead and can’t wait to hear your thoughts.
I loved the Raven Boys.
Oh wow you have a fab list of books for March. I’ve only read the HP book but a few others are on my radar.
Great post and amazing list of books on your March tbr. I hope you enjoy reading each book on your March tbr list. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.
Raven boys is part of my TBR. Looking forward to what you think about it