TBR: March 2018

Last month I set myself a TBR, and while I didn’t “quite” stick with it, I had so much fun thinking about the books I wanted to read that I decided to make this a monthly thing for now.

I will be on holiday from March 17th until April 8th, so I will have to plan my TBR accordingly. Which means, more ebooks, fewer paperpacks. Because there is no way I am schlepping paperbacks halfway around the globe (yes, I am flying to New Zealand and yes I am so beyond excited about it).


Click here and here for a complete list of ARCs I need to read.

Happiness by Aminatta Forna (Publication Date April 4th)

From A Low And Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan (Publication Date March 22nd)

Gods of Howl Mountain by Taylor Brown (Publication Date March 20th)

A Guide for Murdered Children (Publication Date March 20th)

How I Lose You by Kate McNaughton (Publication Date March 8th)

To Kill A Kingdom by Alexandra Christo (Publication Date March 6th)

Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber (Publication Date March 6th)

Red Clocks by Leni Zumas (Publication Date January 16th)

TBR Books On My Shelves

An Abbreviated Life by Ariel Leve

River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey

Jade City by Fonda Lee

The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion by Margaret Killjoy

Acceptance (The Southern Reach #3) by Jeff VanderMeer

My Favourite Thing is Monsters by Emil Ferris

ARCs to be published this month (with reviews already written):

The Sea Beast Takes A Lover by Michael Andreasen


What are your plans for the month? Are there any books on this list that I should get to as soon as possible?

8 thoughts on “TBR: March 2018

  1. I hope you like Red Clocks, it’s definitely one of my top reads of the year so far! I also have River of Teeth on my TBR and am hoping to get to it relatively soon. I’ve heard only amazing things about it.

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    1. I am super excited about reading Red Clocks. I heard such brilliant things!
      I am thinking of reading Rivers of Teeth on my flight. I think novellas are the perfect length then.

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  2. I’m keen to read the new Donal Ryan, his last book was one of my favourites of 2017.
    I recommend you add a novel by a New Zealand author, perhaps Fiona Kidman’s The Captive Wife or The Wish Child by Catherine Chidgey. Have a fun trip anyway!

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