Wednesday, March 5, 2014

March TBR


Going over the books I plan to read this month. If I have a specific reason for wanting to a read a book, I have provided that explanation. It there is no reason, then there’s no reason.


 
  1. Entwined by Heather Dixon (I’ve already read this one)
  2. Let the Sky Fall by Shannon Messenger (Already read this one as well)
  3. The Gathering, the Calling, and the Rising by Kelley Armstrong—the reason I’m reading this series is because I read and enjoyed the Darkest Powers series and this is a spinoff. Also, I own the first one, and one of my goals this year is to read at least two books I own each month.
  4. Conjured by Sarah Beth Durst—I read Drink, Slay, Love by Sarah Beth Durst back in 2012, and ever since, I’ve thought of her as one of my favorite authors. BUT I HAVEN”T READ ANYTHING BY HER SINCE! GAHH! Rectifying that this month.
  5. Choices by Deborah Lynn Jacobs—a person I met in real life recommended this book, so I’m reading it.
  6. The Originals by Cat Patrick
  7. Darkness Becomes Her, A Beautiful Evil, and A Wicked Within by Kelly Keaton—this is the series that I OWN that I’m finishing this month. One of my goals for this year is to finish a series I own each month.
  8. Switched by Amanda Hocking—I’m reading this book to complete my read-two-books-i-own-a-month goal.
  9. Cursed by Jennifer L. Armentrout
 
All together, that is thirteen books I’m planning to read this month (though I have Torn and Ascend, the rest of the Switched Trilogy on hold at the library, and I suppose we could count those as well)
I completely reserve the right to CHANGE THIS LIST. If, at any point during the month, I for some reason do not want to read a book on the list, or want to switch the order, or remove one book and read another in it’s place, I CAN AND WILL do that, man.
 

2 comments:

  1. Great choices! I really need to read a book by Jennifer L. Armentrout. Her books sounds lovely and I can't believe I haven't succumbed to the hype yet, lol!

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  2. How's your TBR? I love seeing hardbound books!

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