February ended up being a great reading month, overall; I had five 5-star reads and two 4 ½-star reads, which feels incredible after some months with what feels like almost all sub-par books! If you’re interested, click on the pictures below to be taken to my reviews of the books, where a review is available.
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March is shaping up to be a busy month for me, with several trips away planned. I’ve intentionally tried to pare down my TBR list for the month (in other words, I only have 7 books on the list, instead of the 10 I wanted to do . . . !). I’m hoping to read more than what I’ve put on the list for this month, but if I don’t, that’s okay, too.
I currently have three ARCs I’m hoping to read this month, and so far, I’m enjoying them! I hope that will continue.
Publishing April 2: These Tangled Threads by Sarah Loudin Thomas. I’m still trying to figure this book out, to some extent, but it is intriguing—especially the Biltmore aspect. This is my third Thomas book, and so far, she’s been pretty good. I have high expectations for this one!
Publishing April 2: 10 Women Who Changed the World by Daniel L. Akin. This book has been a breath of fresh air for me! It’s a cross between a set of short biographies and a devotional. I’ve been taking my time as I read, enjoying getting to know these women (many of whom are unfamiliar to me), and appreciating the rich Biblical truths brought out through the biographies. Highly recommended so far!
Publishing April 16: Chernobyl: The Fall of Atomgrad by Matyáš Namai. This is a graphic novel about Chernobyl. I’ve read the first few pages, and they were fascinating. Can’t wait to get back to it!
This month’s prompt was hard! I finally found a book that had more than two points of view, but it took a while. I picked Gods & Kings by Lynn Austin. It has at least three POV, maybe more, and it’s been on my “want-to-read” list for a long time, so it’s about time I finally gave it some attention!
Just because it looks fun, I’ve decided to try to do both sides of the challenge (both Doyle and Montgomery). Although Doyle will be my “official” side for this challenge, for the L.M. Montgomery prompt, I need a book with two POV. I found out Byrd’s-Eye View by Chautona Havig fits the bill. I’ve been wanting to read it ever since it was released, anyway, so this seemed like a good chance to do that!
I’ve had these borrowed books on my shelf since August, I think. I’m guessing it’s about time to get them back to their owners, who I will hopefully be seeing at the end of the month.
Tomorrow You Die by Reona Peterson Joly: I’m not sure I’ve ever read a book set in Albania before, so that’s intriguing. The title is also intriguing. Another one I can’t wait to get into!
Here’s my March TBR stack:
I’m so tempted to add more to this list, but I don’t think I will. I may end up adding more later in the month, if I realize I’m running out of options.
Have you read any of the books I mentioned? What are you hoping to read in March?