Tuesday, March 6, 2018

What I'm Reading Next (8)

March is really a mixed bag around here in Pennsylvania, so I am still hunkering down by the fire reading some historical fiction, which is definitely my go-to wintertime genre. But pretty soon, I am going to start tackling some of those springtime beach reads. I can almost feel the sunshine. Almost. So, here's what I am hoping to read this month, but let's be honest. I probably will only get to a few. 

The Darkling Bride by Laura Andersen - A castle in Ireland. A Gothic vibe. A family drama. A mystery. This is March reading at its best, right?

The Final Six by Alexandra Monir - A promising new young adult sci-fi novel where six teenagers scout a new planet since Earth is dangerous due to climate change.  There's a lot of buzz surrounding this book as it's already being made into a movie. I will admit I am pretty much over sci-fi novels for now, but I have enjoyed Monir's books in the past, so I will give it a try. Keep your eye out for a giveaway on my blog, too!

More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer - I absolutely adored Kemmerer's Letters to the Lost. If you haven't read it, you must! This is a spin-off of that story focusing on Rev, one of my favorite characters.  

The Neighbors by Hannah Mary McKinnon - I think this novel has a Liane Moriarty vibe.  I am excited to start it. It deals with neighbors (obviously), dark secrets, and relationships. It sounds like it will keep me on the edge of my seat. 

Island of Sweet Pies and Soldiers by Sara Ackerman  - I never got around to reading this book last month, but really want to make time. You guys know I love stories with a WWII  setting and Hawaii is just about my favorite place on Earth.

Princes of Ireland by Edward Rutherfurd - Every March around St. Patrick's Day, I try to read this novel, but I never *actually* make time. Will this March be the year I finally dive in? Let's hope so! I love learning more about Irish history.

What do you hope to read this March? Have you read any of the books on my TBR pile? Let me know in the comments below. 


  1. Rev was one of my favorite characters in Letters to the Lost, too. I can't wait to read his story.

    1. Me too! So happy that there's a spin-off focusing on him! Thanks for visiting, Angela.


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