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March 2019 TBR

Hello friends, today I am going to do something I never do for anything other than readathons (and sometimes don’t even do then even though I totally should): make a TBR. I had a little mental debate while writing this post because I’ve already managed to finish two books this month (!!) and I was like, do I put them on here? They’re already read, so like, I’m not going to read them again, but it was in march? Anyways, I decided not to, but I’ll list them here in case anyone cares:

Anyways, on to the books that I have not read yet but (hopefully) will, as designated by format.

Books I hope to physically read this month:

Emily Windsnap and the Land of the Midnight Sun by Liz Kessler 


I’m sure that everyone is getting tired of me talking about this series, but these books are super cute and super easy to read. Also, I’m halfway through the series now!!

Emily Windsnap and the Ship of Lost Souls by Liz Kessler


I said in the last TBR I put this on that this title reminds me of City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare and I just want everyone to know that still stands. If there is anyone in this book that vaguely resembles Sebastian Morgenstern I’m quitting. Quitting what? That has yet to be determined.

Emily Windsnap and the Falls of Forgotten Island by Liz Kessler


The situation with this one is that I have this as a physical copy from my library at home and its due this Saturday, meaning my mom has to take it back on Friday after visiting me at college, meaning I have to finish it by Thursday evening. Wish me luck, everyone.

Emily Windsnap and the Pirate Prince by Liz Kessler


If I could actually finish this ARC before it comes out next Tuesday that would be great.

The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth


Finally, a non mermaid book. If you follow me on twitter (shameless plug), you may have seen that I started this book and made some sappy tweets about how this book changed my life and I’m eternally grateful for it. Well, this book changed my life and I will forever be grateful for it. I haven’t been having a great time recently and reading even a few pages cheers me up immensely. I’m going to shut up now before I rant about this for hours (if you ever, ever want to talk about this book with me my twitter DMs are open!!).

You Asked For Perfect by Laura Silverman


One of my most anticipated reads of the year comes out today!!! Ahh!!

If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan


I really want to read this. Also it’s due back to the library soon so I need to get on that.

Books I hope to listen to this month:

The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore


I’m already about 5% through this and number six has a point of view!!! My baby has a point of view!!

The Fall of Five by Pittacus Lore


If this title is somehow referring to the fact that five of them die in this book I’m suing. Mark my words.

City of Bones by Cassandra Clare


If you need me come mid March, I’ll be crying over Clary Fairchild. Please note this is not an abnormal occurrence, but like, this time I’ll have a reason.

City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare


Did I mention that I’m rereading these because Red Scrolls comes out next month? Because that’s why this is happening.

City of Glass by Cassandra Clare


Am I ready for the emotional pain this book is going to bring? No. Am I still going to read it? Yes.

Okay, so like, these are the only books I’m going to like, put on my TBR officially? But here are some more books I’m probably going to read this month:

Probable physical reads:

Probable audiobooks:


Okay, I think we are finally at the end of my probably over ambitious TBR. What are you planning to read this month? Have you read any of these? Let’s chat in the comments!

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