March 2018 TBR


Being a book blogger and reviewer is tough. There’s tons of books you want to read and then there’s tons of books you have to read. How do you balance the two? I’m still trying to figure that out.

But March, I’ve decided I want to make it all about me. I only have a few books I actually need to read, so most of my reads will be all for me. I love it when I can treat myself to some great books and not be bogged down with obligations. Obligation reading still makes me so frustrated even though it’s been years since I was in college and had to read a book to pass a class. I guess we never really grow out of that mindset.

This month I’m really excited and I’ve decided that I just want to read stories about love. I know February is the love month, but I can make any month about love by just choosing the right books. Here’s what I’ll be reading:

Of course there will be some books I borrow from the library which I haven’t received yet and books I’ll be reading for Netgalley. I do want to keep strictly to this list and not wander too far off. Let’s see if I can read them all!

What are you reading this month?

5 thoughts on “March 2018 TBR

  1. I’m interested to hear your thoughts on An American Marriage and The Wedding Date; I enjoyed both of those. Bachelor Girl has interested me, so I’ll wait to hear what you think on that one and I’m so glad you’re taking a month for yourself!! I hope you enjoy every page!


  2. I’ve been meaning to read Scythe forevvveeerrr. I’m a massive Neal Schusterman fan so I’m sure it’ll be amazing. I’m reading When Dimple Met Rishi finally. I know what you mean about that blogger pressure though, which is why I ultimately decided not to read ARCs anymore. I just read whatever I feel like reading and blog if I feel like it. Much less pressure but then I don’t have post consistency so I take the good with the bad 😂

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  3. I have a lot of “obligation” reads (I really like that term!) this month, which is making me a bit stressed and frustrated. It’s a huge pile of eARCs but I’m hoping to get through it soon! One of them is actually School of Psychics, so I’m excited to see what you will think about it!


  4. Love the idea of a month of reading just for you. I know what you mean about obligatory reading. Sometimes I have to remind myself that I chose the galleys knowing that I’d need to read them within a certain time period (well, should), but it still ends up feeling like homework sometimes.

    Scythe and An American Marriage are both on my short list.


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