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March TBR List

Hey Guys :)

Since it's almost the end of February, I thought today would be a good day to share with you all my March 2018 TBR List.

February has been a month where I haven't read too many inspirational fiction novels, so that's definitely going to be my main focus for March.

Here's the books I'm hoping to get to:

Waterfall by Lisa T Bergen:

I know this one is a ya, time travel novel that takes place in Europe, and it's also supposed to have a really good romance. This was one of the books I most wanted for Christmas, and I've decided March is definitely the month to get to reading it.

The Healer's Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson:

I've been wanting to read Melanie's Hagenheim series forever, as I love the idea of an inspirational, young adult, fairy tale retelling series, and March is the month I plan on finally starting with the first book.

Live Original or Live Fearless by Sadie Robertson:

I've been in a little bit of a depressive state the last couple of weeks again, and I really don't want to be there anymore. I decided that in March I wanted to read at least one Christian non-fiction novel to help me work through some struggles, and I've decided to read one of Sadie Robertson's since I've heard nothing but good things about her books. Whichever one my church library has in stock is the one that I will be reading.

Bridge To Haven by Francine Rivers:

I don't own this one, but it's been on my TBR list since 2015, and I'm really hoping that in March I'll finally find it at the library and be able to actually read it. It sounds sooo good, and I've heard some pretty amazing things about it, so I'm definitely wanting to read it sooner rather than later.

Anomaly by Krista Mcgee:

I really enjoyed Starring Me, First Date, and Right Where I Belong by Krista McGee, and I've been excited to read this one ever since I first found out about it. After all, I'm a big fan of both dystopians and Science Fiction novels, and to find one that's a Christian book is pretty abnormal, and I can't wait to dive into it.

Spring Brides by Rachel Hauck, Lenora Worth, and Meg Moseley:

I received this one from RT Booklovers back in April of 2016 when I had the opportunity to meet both Rachel Hauck and Lenora Worth. I've only read the first novella collection, Winter Brides, so far, and I'm thinking March is the perfect month to dive into the spring novella. Plus, Meg Moseley I'm pretty sure is a new author for me, so that will also be exciting.

On The Fence by Kasie West:

I started something new in January of this year. I started taking a bubble bath about once or twice a week while listening to an audiobook. For me personally, I don't like "reading" a book for the first time as an audiobook, as it doesn't feel the same as reading it for myself. However, I really enjoy rereading some of my favorites this way, and I've really been on a Kasie West kick so far. This year I've finished By Your Side and The Distance Between Us this way, and I've picked On The Fence as my next reread for March's 

Fawkes by Nadine Brandes:

And perhaps the most exciting of all is this one! I was lucky enough to receive an e-arc of this through NetGalley from Thomas Nelson, and I will definitely be diving into it in March. I've already heard such amazing things about this one, and the cover is soooo gorgeous and captivating, I'm really looking forward to reading this one. 

I might end up adding another couple of books to my list before the end of the month, but as of now those are the books I definitely plan on getting to in March.

What books do you guys hope to finish next month? I'd love to hear!

Thanks so much for reading, and I'll see you all again on Wednesday.

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 


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