March TBR

Happy Tuesday, bookworms! I love coincidences, so let me just point out that I posted my February TBR on Tuesday, the 6th, and what do you know? My March TBR is coming in hot on Tuesday, the 6th once again! Totally unplanned, but I digress.

All the momentum I had in February has dissipated slightly. I’m reading a little slower and a little less frequently, but I’m committed to keep going! Quite honestly, I think I’ve psyched myself out. I’ve had Red Clocks on my to-read list for quite some time now, and I even stared the first 40 or so pages. But I’ve since been procrastinating picking it back up, possibly out of the fear that I won’t like it. It’s such a cerebral and unexpectedly prose-y read. The central story was so intriguing, but it was extraordinarily different than I’d expected it to be in its voice. Anyway, I think my mind feels bad for not getting into it immediately, and vibes like those can stop you in your tracks.

So yet again, Red Clocks is on my TBR. I’ve also gone to great lengths to fill it with books that I’m super excited about. I’ve picked ten books to dig into this month, but I’m hopeful that I’ll have time for even more!

March TBR:

The Extras:

(Strikethroughs indicate I’ve finished this book!)

Send your prayers, lucky charms, and good vibes my way for avoiding any reading slumps waiting in the shadows! What are you looking forward to reading this month? Let me know in the comments below!

As always, happy reading unto you all!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Ashley Rae says:

    I want to read Circe! That cover is gorgeous. I hope you get to it this month! I want to read your review. ☺️

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    1. Tyler Olmsted says:

      It’s so enticing, isn’t it? I hope I do, too! 😊

      Liked by 1 person

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