The reading journal experiment continues! This month I couldn’t find anything I wanted to use to decorate my cover page. I was going to go with a shamrock and/or rainbow and pot of gold theme in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, but my rainbow turned into a shooting star after I remembered that I had this Pacific green stars and moon washi tape in my stash. I decided to go with a green and purple star-studded theme instead. Here’s how it turned out…
As usual, I featured the covers of the books that are currently at the top of my TBR pile on my March cover page. As with the past two months, I may or may not end up reading all of these books this month. These are the ones that I am most inclined to pick up next.
- Winterkeep by Kristin Cashore — Given how much I loved the first three books in the Graceling Realm series, I think it’s probably not surprising that this one is at the top of my TBR. Luckily, it’s also my little book club’s selection for this month. So I get to read it and then talk about it with friends.
- Spaceside by Michael Mammay — I’ve been trying to get to this book for months but other things keep getting stacked on top of it for one reason or another. But I have the third (and last?) book in this series, now. So no excuses. This is happening. I really want to read this book this month.
- More Than Maybe by Erin Hahn — This is another one that I’ve had for a while and really want to read, but haven’t been able to prioritize. If it’s anything like her first book, I will probably devour it in a couple of days then kick myself for waiting so long to read it.
- Lore by Alexandra Bracken — I got this in last month’s Fairy Loot subscription box. I’ve read a few reviews, and I think I’m probably not going to enjoy this book. However, I want to give it a try so I can send it on its way quickly if I’m not into it. This is my vote for “most likely to DNF” of the bunch…
- Master of One by by Jaida Jones and Danielle Bennett — This is another book I received in my Fairy Loot box. However, I am intrigued by the description on this one and looking forward to reading it. Then again, I haven’t read any reviews of this one, or seen anyone talking about it online, so who knows.
- These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong — This is another Fairy Loot special edition hardcover. I have seen a lot of people talking about this book, but haven’t heard anything from anyone who has actually read it, yet. I listened to an interview with the author on a podcast, recently, and the book sounds interesting. So, I’ve bumped this one up on my TBR.
I should have my “what I read in February” post up very soon. In the meantime, tell me in the comments if you have read any of these and what you thought. I’ll probably start with Winterkeep, but let me know which one you think I should read first.