So here we are, five days into March and I’m only just posting my TBR. Whoops. The start of this month kind of came out of nowhere because I’d just got back from holiday, but I’ve finally decided what I’m going to read over the next few weeks. As usual I’ve probably set my goals too high, but these are the books I’m aiming to pick up.
Of these nine (yikes), I’m most excited to read Children of Blood and Bone, which I finally pre-ordered yesterday after realising that I’d LEFT IT IN MY BASKET ON AMAZON BUT NOT HIT ORDER??? What am I doing. I smashed that pre-order button like my life depended on it.
Children of Blood and Bone is my most anticipated release of 2018, so I can’t wait for it to arrive. Especially since I’ve seen so many rave reviews for it. I’m also really keen to read Alice Oseman’s I Was Born For This, which I was lucky enough to get approved for on Netgalley. This will be the first of her books I’ve read, and if I enjoy it I might hop straight onto Radio Silence next month. As well as this ARC, I have Starfish and Drift, Stumble, Fall to read for two respective blog tours, so March is rapidly turning into ARC month.
What are you reading this month? Have you got any new releases or ARCs on your TBR?
6 thoughts on “March 2018 TBR (Aka the month where I need to read ALL the ARCs)”
you haven’t read the belles yet 😛
i’m so excited for children on blood and bone, it’s going to be so good!
this month i want to catch up on some arcs so i’m going to try and finish to kill a kingdom and i also wanna read in search of us, the unbinding of mary reade and the exact opposite of okay 🙂
KAT! I finally started it! I’m 112 pages in and enjoying it so far, but something odd and exciting has just gone down so I’m keen to see where the plot goes next. I honestly can’t wait for Children of Blood and Bone and my copy just got dispatched yesterday, so IT’S COMING. I really want to read To Kill A Kingdom this month too, but I didn’t put it on my TBR because I’ve only got an e-ARC on my laptop and I don’t get much time to read on my laptop through the week, so I’m not sure I’ll get to it. We’ll see! I want to read The Exact Opposite Of OK too at some point, but it’s not that high up on my list at the moment. I’ve had an ARC since YALC last year and just haven’t got round to read it yet. Whoops. 😉
I’m currently reading The Bitter Twins which is very good. I also have Feeder and Looking Glass by Andrew Mayne.
What’s The Bitter Twins about? Sounds intriguing! Hope you have a great reading month! 🙂
So many of these are on my tbr. I have only heard amazing things about Starfish! I haven’t heard anything about Drift Stumble Fall but it looks interesting. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on all of these!
We must have pretty similar tastes in books then! Starfish is really good, I’m almost finished it and the anxiety rep and discussion of Asian and Japanese cultures is excellent. I got sent Drift, Stumble, Fall by a really small indie publisher, so I don’t think many people will have heard of it. Hopefully it’ll be good though! Thanks Kristin 🙂