March is upon us! Here’s what Amanda and I are planning to read this month. Share your TBR list with us in the comments!
TBR lists always feel intimidating to me, like I’m making a huge commitment to that list of books. Which is silly, because honestly, I can read whatever the hell I want whenever I want. But I also love making lists, so… yeah. #ReadingSlumpProblems
But my list! Here’s what I’m planning to read in March, if the gods of reading smile upon me instead of cursing me to stare at a book cover for ten minutes before putting it down and playing a game on my phone.
An Almond for a Parrot by Wray Delaney
An erotic magical realism novel that I snagged on Amazon Vine. It’s odd and intriguing so far, but I feel like it’ll be a slow read. I’d better get cracking.
Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly
This one’s been on my radar for months, and I really want to get to it in March. I’m always amazed at what we don’t learn about our history, particularly in science, when it has to do with women and people of color. I’m looking forward to seeing the movie, too.
The Girl Who Drank The Moon by Kelly Barnhill
This 2017 Newbery Medal winner was on sale, so yay! I get to read a great book at a great price! I love fairy tale-esque stories, and this one looks incredibly creative.
Firstly, I’m going to finish James Luceno’s Star Wars: Catalyst. I had hoped to finish it by today, but got sidetracked. This Star Wars: Rogue One tie-in details how Jyn’s parents become involved in the development of the Death Star. So, I suppose it’s a prequel of a prequel.
After that? I don’t know. I’m a very moody reader and just end up reading whatever I feel like. Since it is March, I may read the free download that I got of Tricia O’Malley’s Wild Irish Eyes.
I’m also waiting for Jenny Trout’s newest standalone, Say Goodbye to Hollywood, to drop on March 21st. You should all keep an eye out here for more information on it. We have something special planned.