March TBR

Per usual, I’m going to use this post to give you a list of books that I should read this month, and then try not to ignore it entirely and mood read for the next 27 days. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I’m gonna take a break on the series for a bit because sometimes they give me a reading slump and that’s not enjoyable for anyone.

Fluffy’s Revolution – Ted Myers  

This is an ARC from the author that I am currently reading and will be reviewing before the publish date!



It's a Bright World to Feel Lost InIt’s a Bright World to Feel Lost In – Mawson Bear / Mark O’Dwyer

This is another book I’m receiving from an author, though it is not an advanced copy. I am genuinely so excited to check out this adult picture book.

Someone Like YouSomeone Like You – Sarah Dessen

If you hadn’t already noticed, I’m on a bit of a Sarah Dessen rereading mission. I’m determined to find out how differently I feel about the books now that I’m an adult.


The Stillwater GirlsThe Stillwater Girls – Minka Kent

Another ARC, but I need a mystery book this month for my 2019 Genre Challenge.



Although I’m 98% positive that I will read more than these four books throughout the month, I don’t want to keep getting too far ahead of myself. It always ends up making me feel bad whenever I don’t follow my TBR. So instead, these are books that I have to get done this month, so regardless of whatever else I read, these will be on my wrap-up. I am officially holding myself accountable for my March TBR! Wish me luck, please. I’m a terrible mood reader.

What books are you planning to read this month? (:

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15 thoughts on “March TBR

    1. Hi Ted! I noticed this as well. I used the image you sent me via email, but I think to change the image on the GR page, it’s likely something you or your publishing house would have to do! I’m not quite sure.


  1. This looks like such a great TBR. I wanna read more of Sarah Dessen’s older books. I really want to reread The Truth About Forever. I have been thinking about it a lot lately. I think I’m going to do that in May.

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    1. Thank you! Sarah Dessen just always gives the reader a nice dose of nostalgia!! I definitely think that her writing and plots are better now, but I still really enjoy reading her old books. I think The Truth About Forever is on my rereading list for her!! I hope you enjoy it!

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      1. I’m bummed because I went to go meet her for Once and For All and I tried reading that but couldn’t get into it. I am excited to read more of her older works. I believe she has another new book coming out soon which I want to check out.

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    1. She is such a nostalgic read for me but I’m also kind of ruining my childhood memories of reading them because even though they are still pretty enjoyable, I notice things now that I never did then 😂 I’d recommend them most for Summer reading!! They have that sitting-on-a-beach-with-a-half-decent-book kind of feel to them haha.


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