March 1, 2020

March 2020 TBR

*Hello friends! I have written SO many posts this week. But it's good, it's all good. 😅I'm here today with my March TBR and I'm so excited about it! Grab a snack and let's dive in!


March 2020 TBR


March TBR

If you are new here then you might not know I have a tbr jar/system in place that helps me pick my reads for the month. I'm not going to get too detailed with that because you can always read more about it in this post.

As per usual I pulled 3 unread, 1 unread nonfiction, and 1 reread from my tbr jar. Once I read all of these lovely books I get to reward myself by picking out any unread book I want to read from my shelves. 


My three unread books.

Far Away Bird by Douglas Burton
Funny story here. I kinda already read this book....in February. Haha oops.

Coral by Sara Ella
And this one I tried reading last month and ended up dnf-ing and unhauling. Oops again!

The City of Tears by Kate Mosse (The Burning Chambers # 2)
I'm so excited about this one! I was thankful to get a copy from Net Galley and I can't wait to dig into the story.

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
I added this one to make up for having already read one of my books and dnf-ing the other. It seems fair to have two unread books for  March considering that this is a TOME and I could use it to hold my door ajar. Just sayin'. 😅😅

My reread.

The Two Towers by JRR Tolkien (The Lord of the Rings # 2)
I read The Fellowship of the Ring last year and I never got around to picking this one up again. Thank goodness for the complete randomness that is my tbr jar! I'm so excited to dive back into this beautiful story!

My nonfiction pick.

The Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease
I'm head over heels excited about this one. In a house that loves to read, I can't wait to get some more tips/guidance/help to keep my kiddos interested in the written word.

New releases.

I also thought I'd list the books coming out this month that I'm either interested in or already have preordered.

House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Maas (Crescent City #1)
It feels like I've been waiting a thousand years for a new Maas book and I'm so looking forward to this book. I'm trying not to hype it up in my head but I'm very ready to fall in love with it.

The Raven and the Dove by Kaitlyn Davis (The Raven and the Dove #1)
I read this book in January and I loved it! I can't wait to have my own physical copy of it!

Bone Crier's Moon by Kathryn Purdie (Bone Grace #1)
As soon as I saw the cover for this book I preordered it. I don't even know what it's about but it looks so dang pretty. Hopefully, the content is as beautiful as the cover.

Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare (The Last Hours #1)
I'm passingly interested in this book. I have only read the first three books of the Mortal Instruments series so I can't really say I'm in love with her writing just yet. 

Night of the Dragon by Julie Kagawa (Shadow of the Fox #3)
I loved Shadow of the Fox but when I tried to read Soul of the Sword I just couldn't get into it. I'm not sure why but I want to get back to this series at some point this year.

Imagine Me by Tehereh Mafi (Shatter Me #6)
I have yet to crack the cover on my copy of Shatter Me but I will start this series this year. I refuse to buy any of the other books in the series because there's always the chance I won't like it. Also who needs to add more books to their tbr before they are even ready to read them? Not this girl.

That's it for my March tbr. Tell me, what are you looking forward to reading next month??

Happy reading,

Alicen