2019 · TBR

March TBR and reading plan

Let’s slow down a bit

March is a month where I really want to do some other things than reading, like writing and some gardening. That means my TBR must be smaller. In the last two weeks, I’ve sprint-read to keep up with my ARCs and reviews. And I did a month-long readathon. I managed but it’s been a lot. According to GoodReads, I’m already 6 books ahead of schedule which means I have the opportunity to slow down a bit and chill. This month I have therefore 6 books on my TBR that I hope to get to. If I have more time and want to pick up something more, I will have the freedom to chose whatever I want.

Let’s dive in!

The links will take you to their GoodReads page for each book. It the book doesn’t have a GoodReads page, the link will take you to their Amazon page. They are not affiliated links.


February Leftovers

My TBR for February was dense! I’m fairly impressed with my ability to tackle it but there is two left.

The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke – I did manage to get to this last month so I hope to read it this month

The A to Z of Gender and Sexuality: From Ace to Ze by Morgan Potts – I started this one last month and it very interesting. There are so many terms I never knew! but it’s a big book and a reference book, so I think it will be a slow read. Hopefully, I can finish it this month though. I’m currently on C.


Library Haul

I have several audiobooks on hold, but in the meantime, I will continue on this one:

Sapiens; A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari – I have only gotten to past part 1. I have a lot left.

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ARCs

I already have a lot on new ARCs waiting for me, but my request restriction also makes me very careful in what I request. I’m very excited for all of them! I might end up reading more than these two, but we’ll see.

The Gutter Prayer by (The Black Iron Legacy #1) by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan – I had this on my most anticipated read blog post and I am quite excited. A rag-tag team of thieves and misfits accidentally finds themselves in the middle of a war – I mean what else is there to know?

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Ultimate Homemade Challenge

I really want to finish some series and read off my physical TBR. I haven’t check which series to read yet, but for my reading challenge, I have two prompts for series that I have already started; one for series I started in 2015, and one for series I started in 2016. I did a whole blog post with my options. Right now, writing this, there are two series I have more interest in reading that the other two. I’m not sure which one I’ll pick so you’ll have to wait and see, but it should be 2 books.

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Have you read any of these? What did you think?

What’s on your February TBR?

Happy reading!

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9 thoughts on “March TBR and reading plan

  1. Good for you for setting your TBR to a more reasonable level and wanting to balance out reading with some other parts of your life! I think that’s really healthy and everyone should be mindful to do that every now and again. I’ve had Sapiens recommended to me in the past, will be really interested to hear what you think of it!

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    1. Thank you! I wish I could go a month with a completely free TBR, but I’m too much of an organisational freak 😂 Yeah Sapiens is a very interesting read. I’m a third way through and enjoying it so far. I’ve learned quite a bit about social history and human history. I still have some way to go but so far so good 😊

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