Hi friends, welcome back to my blog! In January I read 44 books and in February I read 29 so you could say that I’ve been reading intensely high above my usual rate per month so far in 2021. But, for March I’m going back to uni as well as working so I’ll be busy almost every day. So yeah, I think it’s safe to say that my days of reading and finishing a book every day are over. It was fun while it lasted but now I’m going to focus on bigger books and just mood reading whatever’s on my tbr from the library
I’m actually really excited for March because I’m hoping that because of my long bus trips to school I’ll be able to listen to some longer books and maybe even read some 2021 releases since I know I’ve been missing out on some great new releases lately.
All in all, March is about chilling out and reading whatever I’m in the mood for, whether it’s a quick novella or a 900-page book!
*If you’re interested to know my thoughts on a particular book , please do still tell me because that will definitely give me extra motivation to pick it up!
- House of Leaves – Mark Z. Danielewski – Literally Dead Book Club pick
- In The Dream House – Carmen Maria Machado
- A Pho Love Story – Loan Le
- A Court of Silver Flames – Sarah J Maas
backlist readathon | march 7 – 13
I’ll be joining the readathon on The Storygraph too!
01 published before 2017 – The Mime Order (2015) – This was going to be on my March tbr anyway so I figured why not chuck it in my readathon tbr too.
02 middle grade backlist – Rick by Alex Gino 🌈 (2020) – I’ve had this on my Scribd tbr for MONTHS so this is the perfect time to get around to it!
03 favourite genre – Take a Hint, Dani Brown (2020) – I love reading romance and I’ve been meaning to get to this series since early January but sill haven’t gotten to them. This is also tagged as Ownvoices on Goodreads but I don’t know what it’s OV for, I guess I’ll find out.
04 ownvoices – Take a Hint, Dani Brown (2020)
05 influencer rec – The Mime Order (Howling Libraries)
+ bonus prompt: BOTM backlist book – Get A Life Chloe Brown (Nov 2019) – You can find all the books they’ve put out on their website here.
What are your reading plans for March?
Are we reading any of the same books?
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2 thoughts on “MY MARCH TBR + THE BOOKS ON MY RADAR (+ The Backlist Readathon)”
ACOSF is so good, I hope you enjoy! I really need to read Talia Hibbert’s books!
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I still have it ACOSF on my tbr but I swear I’ll get to it asap!
I’ve finally started the Brown Sisters trilogy too and I am LOVING IT!