Happy March everyone! This is going to be great reading month! Here is my March 2018 TBR list:
March 2018 Poll Winner!
1) The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver: This book was voted for My Book Bucket List – March 2018 Book a few weeks ago. I did start already, and it’s an interesting beginning. I’m excited to see how my feelings progress toward this book. Look out for the review in about a week or so from now!
2) Hill of the Angels by Sue Mayfield: This is a book that I had started sometime last year, and just have given up on it. Since I read, I believe, about a third of it, I am determined to finish it.
3) The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse: This is another book that I started and stopped due to losing interest. Again, though, I am determined to finish the book this month.
4) The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris: I’ve seen this book a few times as I perused NetGalley and on a couple of other bloggers’ sites. Since I always want to learn more about WWII and concentration camps, I decided to go ahead and get this one. I’m super excited to read it since I’ve heard good things about it!
My Own Choosing:
5, 6, 7) Gregor and the Curse of the Warmbloods, Gregor and the Marks of Secret, and Gregor and the Code of Claw by Suzanne Collins: These are the final three books of the Underland Chronicles. I really enjoyed the first two, and I would like to finish the series this month. I’m almost done with the third one, so I think finishing the series is very doable.
8) Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarity: I’ve read The Husband’s Secret a while ago and really enjoyed the storyline and Ms. Moriarity’s writing style, so I’m excited to start!
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and A Clash of Kings: These two books, which are both part of my all-time favorite series, are ongoing reads for me and are both re-reads. For Harry Potter, I am following a podcast, Harry Potter and the Sacred Text, as they read and discuss chapter by chapter. A Clash of Kings, I am also doing something similar, where I read and listen to a discussion of what I read; each episode of the Davos’ Fingers podcast focuses on four to five chapters of the book. This method helps me to dive even deeper into each text, and I absolutely love it!
Thank you for reading!
Here’s to another great month of reading!