Friday, March 1, 2024

What I'm Reading Next: My March TBR List

It's almost the end of winter! Before we know it, we will be cracking open those beach reads. Meanwhile, I have some books to share with that are perfect for the end of winter-early spring. I also hope a very popular book that has been collecting dust on my shelf, which was part of my 2024 reading goal. I am making good progress in that area. Let me know what books you hope to read this month.

1. Never Been Better by Leanne Toshiko Simpson

This is an offbeat comedy about a seaside wedding, struggles with mental health, friendship, and more.

2. Kilt Trip by Alexandra Kiley

You had me at Scotland!

3.  The Underground Library by Jennifer Ryan

I can't say no to a good WWII novel and I enjoyed Ryan's The Wedding Dress Sewing Circle.  

4.  The Mystery of Haverford House by Rachel Burton

I love historical novels that span generations and include a sprawling estate.

5.  Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle

Rebecca Serle writes beautiful love stories and this one has a touch of magical realism. I heard it's very heartfelt.

6.  Finding Margaret Fuller by Alison Pataki

I meant to start this one last month, but never got around to it. I have heard great things about this book so far and Pataki has a way of bringing people to life in her biographical fiction. 



7. Heartless Hunter by Kristin Ciccarelli

This was my book of the month pick for last month and while YA fantasy has been hit or miss with me lately, I have high hopes for this one.




8. A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

This bestselling novel has been on my shelf for quite awhile now and since the TV show starring Ewan McGregor is coming out this month, I thought it would a great time to finally sit down and read it.



Let me know what books you plan to read this month and what you think of my March TBR list.  



  1. Kilt Trip looks really fun! I haven't read Allison Pataki in awhile, but her historical fiction books always look so appealing. Happy reading in March!

    1. I can't wait to dive into Kilt Trip. Pataki is always a sure-win for me when it comes to biographical fiction. Her last novel about Marjorie Post was one of my faves. Thanks for dropping by, Angela.


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