March TBR

In March, I’m hoping to get around to reading some new releases I’d preordered and am very excited to read, as well as some backlist books I’m excited to pick up. I also really want to catch up on Netgalley titles, because my shelf is currently overflowing and I want to keep up my feedback ratio!


Physical TBR

I’ve been making physical TBRs consisting of around 10 books for a few months now, and have been very successful in keeping up with them, which I’m very pleased with! I’m hoping to keep doing it, as it really enhances the anticipation for me and it helps me spend less time choosing my next read. Here’s a list of which 10 physical books I’m hoping to read in March:


Netgalley TBR

Then I’ve also selected 10 books from my Netgalley shelf to read in March. I’ve based this on which books come out in March, because I want to read those before they’re released, if possible. And I’ve also included some backlist titles that I haven’t gotten around to reading yet. Here’s what I’m hoping to read:


What are you hoping to read this month?

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  1. So many interesting new rqueer releases are coming out later this month so definitely those! And then “Three Women” by Lisa Taddeo, “Riding with Brighton” by Haven Francis and “Something to talk about” by Maryl Wilsner. I have added a couple of your choices to my TBR as well!

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  2. I’m also planning on reading The Weight of Our Sky this month! I realized I had a lot of historical fiction ive been saving for no particular reason and so March is pretty histfic heat for me

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