So remember how my TBR was super ambitious last month? Yeah, I may have done that again. Oops. Let’s just hope I’m not in a reading slump for the first two weeks again.
Also, who else is excited for all the releases and adaptations coming out this month? I know I am!
At the end of the month, I’ll make a post indicating which books worked for which challenges.
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Goal is to complete as many challenges as you can and/or a bingo.
🌮 – Read Dylan’s book pick (WE ARE THE ANTS by Shaun David Hutchinson)
🤷🏽♀️ – Read a book that you haven’t read yet and don’t know why
🧠 – Read a mental illness book
⚽️ – Read a book that involves sports
🚗 – Read a road trip book/a book that features travel
👯♂️ – Buddy read a book
🥑 – Read Brittany’s book pick (THE GLASS CASTLE Jeannette Walls)
⚠️ – Read a book that you’re cautious to start (a book out of your comfort zone)
🎓 – Read a nonfiction book
✌🏾 – Read a diverse book (Sexuality, Mental Illness, Race, Religion, etc)
🎧 – Listen to an audiobook
📽 – Read a book that’s been adapted
📚 – FREEBIE! Read any book that you want
🧙🏼♂️ – Read a fantasy book
📱 – Read an ebook
🗣 – Read a book that everyone’s been telling you to read
⏳ – Read a book that you’ve started and haven’t finished
👵🏻 – Read a book that’s older than you
💜 – Read Jay’s book pick (Keep Her Safe by K. A. Tucker)
😎 – Read a book that you’ve never heard of before or read an indie author/unknown author
👽 – Read a Sci-Fi book
🕵🏻♀️ – Read a mystery/thriller
🎨 – Read a book with your favorite color on your cover
🔞 – Read a smutty/New Adult/Adult book
💩 – Read Chelsea’s book pick (THE HATING GAME by Sally Thorne)
Munches in March:
Hosted by Kathy @ Books and Munches
Goal is to get a bingo.
Spaghetti – a possible 5-star rating
French fries – a book in a genre you always enjoy
Hot chocolate – will likely make you warm and fuzzy inside
Ice cream – concerning heartbreak
Candy – something sweet on the cover
Pizza Slice – next installment of a series you already started
Popcorn – thriller/suspense novel
Fish & Chips – mostly blue on the cover
Soup – about someone with an illness
Cake – hyped book
Nuts – situated in nature
Onion rings – likely to make you cry
Coffee/tea – book you read in 24 hours
Cupcake – book on your TBR with the most beautiful cover
Fresh fruit – colourful cover
Candied apple – fairytale ending
Pink Lock Picks and Sequined Witch Hats by Carla Rehse: This book sounded cute and cheesy and perfect fluff during midterm month. I think the concept sounds really fun and can’t wait to read it.
Dust of Many by Brian M. Oldham – I’m so mad I didn’t finish this book this month, but it’s started and it’s gonna get finished. I also have a physical copy now, so let’s hope this format works better.
To Kill A Kingdom by Alexandra Christo: Sirens and Pirates and Princes and Retellings – oh my. Just about everything I love in a book all wrapped up into one gritty reimagining. I’m so excited to finish this book since I’m pretty sure it’s going to be one of the surprise hits of the year!
Genesis by Brendan Reichs: After enjoying Nemesis as much as I did last month, I cannot wait to read the sequel! I was fortunate enough to be sent an ARC by Penguin Teen and will be working on a blog tour with them later this month. I’m so excited to see how this world unfolds after the cliffhanger we were left on in book one.
Magnetic by Carissa Miller: I heard of this one because of YA Bound Blog Tours, but I’ve been on a mystery/thriller kick and am excited to read this one.
New Releases & Backlist:
The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton: This dystopian sounds like it’s going to be a great critique on beauty and the importance society places on it. While I recently have heard some mixed things about this book, I’m still super excited to check it out!
Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh: This book sounds epic, looks pretty, and features a bi MC. What else do you need? I have a physical copy and I’m number 2 on the audio version, so I’m hoping I’m able to get to it this month.
Obsidio by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff: This book needs no introduction. I’ve been eagerly anticipating this book since falling head over heels in love with Illuminae and Gemina and ah it’s finally (almost) into the world.
Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller: Book 1 was amazing and I am so excited to dive back into this world! 2018 is clearly the year for badass redhead sirens.
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle: There’s a movie coming out and I want to read the book. I know I read it in my youth but honestly can’t remember anything about this book. I’m excited to read it to see how it stands up as an adult.
I could add like 60 other books to this list, but we’ll cut it off here.
What books are you planning to read this month?
Are you participating in any readathons?
Let me know below!