Bookish Item| March TBR

Once again we’re at the end of the month and it’s time to think about the books I want to read. In all honesty, I never completely stick to my list but I like having an idea of books I want to read. The first two weeks of March I have vacation time, so I’m hoping to get a lot of reading done along with the book tours I have scheduled. Keep on reading to see my March TBR.

Group Reads

A Song of Wraiths and Ruin – Roseanne A. Brown This is one that’s been on my radar since it released last year. Apparently it’s quite a ride if I can believe the reviews I’ve read on Goodreads!

Nightbooks – J.A. White I’ve actually seen this book around quite a bit. Having to tell a scary story ever night to stay alive is quite an interesting concept. I’m excited to finally give this one a go with the Middle Grade Marvels group on Twitter.

The Last Spell Breather – Julie Pike Look at this stunning cover. I love middle grade books and this one sounds magical. Keeping the village safe from a monster is going to be quite the task for the main character. This is the second read for the Middle Grade Marvels group in March.

From Blood and Ash – Jennifer L. Armentrout This is a reread for me, so I can finally get ready to read the sequel in April. The third book is also releasng then, so I can keep on going. I loved From Blood and Ash and can’t wait to see what details I missed the first time around.


Book Tours

Once again, I have quite a few book tours in March. TBR and Beyond Tours has been booking some amazing sounding books, so I can’t miss out!

I Think I Love You – Auriane Desombre This is going to be a fun story, because the main characters are definitely the opposites of each other. One is a true romantic and the other is very pragmatic. It’s going to be interesting to see how the work together to create a movie.

The Castle School (For Troubled Girls) – Alyssa B. Sheinmel I don’t need to know much about a book if it takes place at a boarding school, haha. Add some mystery elements and I’m sold!

Follow Your Arrow – Jessica Verdi I’ve talked about this book before, but it has elements of social media and characters that are influencers. I love when books have these subjects and the story sounds like one I’m going to love.

Sweet and Bitter Magic – Adrienne Tooley A witch cursed to never love? That sounds like an interesting story. Magic plays a big part of this story and I always love when magic plays a bit role in a story.

Magic Mutant Nightmare Girl – Erin Grammar The cover was definitely the first thing that caught my eye, haha. It’s bright and colorful. This book doesn’t necessarily sound like something I normally pick up, but I’m definitely intrigued.

My Last Summer with Cass – Mark Crilley I read a lot of books and it doesn’t happen often that friendship is the main theme of the story. So I was definitely curious when I heard abotu this one. I’m excited that this is a graphic novel, so I have a feeling this is going to be a fast read.

Bright Burning Stars – A.K. Small This is the only tour I’m on not hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. Algonquin Young Readers approached me to see if I wanted to read this. I believe the paperback is about to release. I have a feeling this will be a darker book, but I’ve been enjoying mysteries lately.


Series to Finish

Kingdom of Ash – Sarah J Maas I’m ashamed that I haven’t finished this series yet, haha. Isabelle and I even went to the bookstore on release day to pick it up. I checked my book recently and I was almost 200 pages in when I stopped. This is one of my favorite series and I really need to find out how it ends. I’ve managed to avoid spoilers, so I don’t want to risk it anymore than I have.


Books I’ve Started and Need to Finish

Serpent & Dove – Shelby Mahurin The concept of a witch and witch hunter being together is definitely an interesting one. I think I’m about 30% into this one already and I’ve enjoyed what I read so far. I want to make sure to continue this one before forgetting everything and needing to start over again.

The Iron Flower – Laurie Forest Last year I did a reread of The Blackwitch, so I could read the second and third book. I also own the novellas, so that’s there as well. I believe I’m well over 100 pages in and I love this world. The Iron Flower is a bigger book and I think I just ran out of time with other things I needed to read.

A Deadly Education – Naomi Novik Another book that I’ve already read quite a bit of, but once again got distracted. It’s definitely a darker read, but I’m definitely enjoying the concept.

The Good Girls – Claire Eliza Bartlett Isabelle already read this one and said it was a fast and interesting read. I think I’ve read the first 40 pages. It was definitely interesting up to where I read. It’s just that I need to make time to finish it.


Opal & Origin – Jennifer L. Armentrout A friend and I are making our way through our LUX reread. We’re almost done with Onyx as I’m typing this. I don’t think it’ll be a problem for us to read books 3 and 4 in March!


I’m keeping this TBR a bit shorter than I normally do. There are a few backlist books on here and I’m sure I’ll pick up a few more during my time off. That’s also why it’s a bit shorter. I want to give myself a chance to pick up what I feel like reading while I have 16 days off. Hopefully I can get a lot done. Have you read any of these books? I’d love to hear what you think if you did. Let me know in the comments! Also, what books are you excited to read in March?

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