Hello and welcome to my March TBR. I’m still trying to do mood reading as much as possible, even though I was weak and requested a couple of ARCs last month (look–I just couldn’t help myself, okay?). Let’s see what books I’d like to prioritize this next month. Once again I have an audio, an ebook, and a physical book on here–that’s been working out well for me. 🙂
- Spirit’s End by Rachel Aaron. This is the final book in her Legend of Eli Monpress series that I’ve been reading in audio over the past couple of years. I’ve been having a great time with these books, I’m a huge fan of Aaron’s writing, and I’m looking forward to wrapping this one up. Yay for finishing series! Also, I started reading this one early so I’m already about halfway through–I’m hoping this means I’ll have time for at least one other audio this month, maybe two (depending on the length).
- A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking by T. Kingfisher. I’ve had this one in my electronic TBR for a little bit now (not an overwhelming long time, but still) and I’d like to read it as I’ve really enjoyed other things by her. I have high hopes for this one!
- A Conjuring of Assassins by Cate Glass. This is book two of the Chimera series. I really enjoyed the first book and bought the second when it came out but just haven’t gotten around to it yet. I think it’s about time I get around to this one since book 3 just came out. More series I need to work on finishing. 😉
So, those are some of the books I hope to get to in March. We’ll see what happens! So far I’ve been doing pretty good with my TBR’s–I hope I didn’t just jinx myself LOL. What are some books that you’re planning on reading in February? Leave a note in the comments, I’d love to chat!
27 thoughts on “March TBR Pile”
Enjoy your books! A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking looks like a fun read.
Thank you! I’ve heard good things about that one, I’m hoping to start it soon because one of my book clubs is reading it for March. 🙂
I’ve been eyeballing A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking but just haven’t made the commitment to so much as add it to my TBR list. I’ll be interested to see what you think of it.
I generally like her books and it looks cute so I guess we’ll see. I have high hopes!
I’ve heard lots of good things about A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking, I hope you enjoy it!
Thanks, Tammy! I hope I do too. 🙂
I’m glad someone else read “An Illusion of Thieves” because it hasn’t received the attention it deserves. Like you, I have to read the rest of the series! Enjoy!
It was really good! I feel like Carol Berg (aka Cate Glass) is underrated in general. Her books are fantastic.
I hope you have a great reading momth!
I’m most looking forward to read The Bone Shard Daugher this month!
Thanks, Evelyn! Ooh, I’ll be interested to see your thoughts on that one. 🙂
Good luck with your TBR, I hope you enjoy all of these!💜
Hope you enjoy all these. I like the sound of A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking, it sounds fun.
Thank you! I hope I enjoy that one, it does look fun. 🙂
Defensive baking sounds like an intriguing – and fun – kind of activity! 😀
I look forward to learning more…
Yeah, that one looks really fun, looking forward to reading it!
Series progress, woohoo! I’m going to try and dive into the Joe Abercrombie First Law series this month…although my ARC pile for the months ahead is extremely daunting, not sure what other backlist I’ll get to, but oh well!!
Yeah, I really keep trying to work on my series. Hopefully can close a few out in March, we’ll see. 🙂
Good luck with your ARCs! I’ve got a couple I’ve got to get through myself, but hopefully they won’t interfere too much with my other plans. 🙂
I wish my March TBR was chill, but the combination of women’s history month + EIGHT damn preorders, I am going to be hella busy!
Oh wow, that does sound like a lot, Mary! Good luck. 😀
Kingfisher’s book was everywhere on r/fantasy and I became curious, now I need to know what you would think of it!!
Hopefully I love it haha. As a mod of r/fantasy I should be ashamed as I haven’t been on there much lately so I didn’t even know there was so much chatter about it there LOL!
Well, the hours in a day aren’t enough to do all! And I wasn’t really presente there lately, but I just went to take a peek and saw it recommended in a lot of different post. I’ll wait to know what you would think of it!!
Hah, that’s true enough! 🙂
A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking is a great title – sounds fun and I would want to read it just from the name and cover.
Yes, I just love that title. Also I love how many ‘guide’ books there are now, it’s certainly a trend over the last couple of years haha. 🙂