This month I’m leaving my tbr completely up to you. If there’s a book you’ve been wanting me to read or that you’ve had on your tbr but are unsure about let me be your scapegoat! Feel free to leave a book rec in the comments if there’s a book you think I might like or that you just want my opinion on and I’ll add it to my tbr!
For context, find my Storygraph and Goodreads here and in February I read a lot of romances and middle grade books so I”m very much in the mood for those types of books, but I really will try anything once!
*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!
🌻 ↣ buddy read // 💕 ↣ future blog post // 🔁 ↣ re-read // 🌈 ↣ lgbtqia+ //
✨ ↣ 2022 release // 🎧 ↣ audiobook
- Arwen recommended A Feast of Phantoms!
^ I’ll add my tbr as books are recommended!
What are your reading plans for this month?
Please leave any book recs in the comments!
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6 thoughts on “YOU decide my March tbr! | recommend anything and I’ll read it!”
The urge to have you read some Christina C Jones is real. Honestly if I had to recommend a book for you from her, I’d say Inevitable Conclusions. If you can’t find that one, my other one is Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant!!!! 😀
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I just found Inevitable Conclusions on Scribd so I’m absolutely picking it up as soon as it’s available and I think Happily Ever Afters is on Libro.fm so I’ll try and pick that one up too! Thank you so much for feeding my current romance obsession, Rebecca!
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I don’t know if I’m way off with this recommendation, but I’d really like someone to talk about The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth with. It’s a standalone Fantasy with kids who went to another world and are now grown ups and don’t know how to deal (no, not exactly like the Wayward children, but kind of, I guess?). If you need/want trigger warnings, I got you!
I’ve seen that you like the Wayward Children books & I just finished the newest novella – Where the Drowned Girls Go – it’s one of my favorite books in the series! 🥰 As for romance I recently read Boyfriend Material and it was so much fun, full of great romance and banter. I highly recommend the audiobook, it was so good 😊
haujsvdjslksk read Yona of the Dawn and Dividing Eden
Have you read anything by Cole McCade yet? If not, I want to recommend Over & Over Again IF you’re comfortable with it! (It’s a big age gap romance, the MC is 19-20 and the LI is in his mid-40s)
If you’re not comfortable with it though, I totally understand, and will instead recommend Pilu of the Woods by Mai K. Nguyen! It’s a super cute, sweet, slightly sad but wholesome MG graphic novel!