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My March TBR

Whilst January felt like it last a lifetime, February went by in a flash. I’ll be posting my February wrap-up tomorrow but, for now, I thought I’d let you know what books I’m reading next month.

Things start to feel a bit better in March, I think, with lighter nights and sunnier days spent in the company of family. I think my TBR for the month reflects this sense of moving forward.

A Family Reunion by Patricia Scanlan

This one is my second blog tour book of the month, my first being A Child of My Own by Vanessa Carnevale which I’m racing through at the moment, and I’m looking forward to it.

This is Scanlan’s latest novel but, having not read any of her books before, I don’t really know what to expect. Saying that, I like the sound of it – secrets, family dramas, generations of women coming together.

You can find out more about this book here.

You can pre-order this book here.

The Split by Laura Kay

I requested this one on NetGalley a while back and was very surprised- and delighted – when my request got accepted. My excitement has only increased following people’s early reviews and the fact that – alongside other bloggers – I’ve been invited to participate in a blog blast (my first ever) on the day of publication.

This is Kay’s debut novel and I’m excited to see how this book unfolds, as it’s one of my most anticipated books.

You can find out more about this book here.

You can pre-order this book here.

Nothing Man by R J Gould

This one is my final blog tour post – and read – for March and I’m looking forward to it.

This is R J Gould’s latest novel but, having not read any of his books, I don’t really know what to expect. Saying that, I like the sound of it – getting life back on track, getting back out there and taking up opportunities.

You can find out more about this book here.

You can pre-order this book here.

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So that’s it, my March TBR! I wrote this post (in part) to remind myself of the books I need to read this month (and hold myself accountable if I don’t!) but also because I love reading posts like this. I don’t usually plan what I read each month but I think it makes me feel organised at a time when making plans isn’t very easy at all!

What are your TBRs for March? Do you usually plan what books you read each month? Let’s chat in the comments 😊.

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6 thoughts on “My March TBR

  1. I have been planning what I read each month since November and I have found that it has made such a big difference! I’ve generally enjoyed my books more as I don’t pick anything I don’t think ill like. My main issue is that I tend to be a bit ambitious and set a goal of like 15 books but I only end up getting around to between 10 and 12 and then I get annoyed with myself!

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    1. Yeah I think planning has made a big difference to my reading too. I completely get the over ambitiousness, as sometimes I think I can squeeze more books in before I realise how little time I have left in the month 😂

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