March 2020 TBR

Welcome to…March Madness! Reading Edition.

I’ve got an official 10 books on my TBR this month, but shhh, it’s really 12-13, since there are a couple ARCs that I need to get through! Plus I’d made my TBR before I requested Docile, and then I thought I’d be able to finish it before March…and then a staff member got sick and work was hectic so reading did not happen.

The ARCs

I can’t wait to dive into a single one of these…but I’m also super nervous because February was a roller coaster of reads—some good, some bad, some that were good but I just didn’t feel the urge to pick up and finish for days at a time.

The Seventh Sun is a YA fantasy that’s been on my Goodreads Currently Reading shelf for a couple weeks but I just haven’t actually opened it up yet. Smoke Bitten is book 12 in the Mercy Thompson series, and I have no idea where it’s gonna go but I’m excited! Docile and The Empress of Salt and Fortune are queer SFF that I am so excited to get into.

The Honey-Don’t List and If I Never Met You are a continuation of my current contemporary romance kick—there are so many amazing romances coming out and I’m in love! And Harley in the Sky is a YA contemporary about a girl who joins the circus, and since’s Akemi Bowman Dawn I’m 99% certain that I will probably cry and love it.

The Library Books

I’m going to do my best to get through these. The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle and Blackout are currently checked out in physical form, while The Hand on the Wall is currently checked out in ebook form. I’m not a huge fan of the Truly Devious trilogy, mainly because of the precocious artsy children doing precocious artsy things precociously (and because truly there just isn’t enough content for a trilogy so not much happens aside from the last twenty pages then cliffhanger), however due to the cliffhangers I need to see how it ends and who did it.

Where’d You Go, Bernadette is an audiobook that should have come on hold in a couple days, but I kinda accidentally canceled my hold when removing the suspension, so to the bottom of the list I go. But I’m on hold for Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, which should be a clean swap and a lot of Eleanors this month.

And Jade War is the sequel to the fabulous Jade City. I’m #1 on the list, so here’s hoping I get to it, and that I’m in the right mindset to read it when I get it.

What are you excited to read in March?

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