Planned Reads For March.
Well as it's the last day of February, I thought I would take the time to organise myself and plan my reads for March. I haven't decided on the order yet, just the books I will definitely be reading and the ones I would like to get through (but aren't top priority).
Books I Will Read:
- 'Daughter Of Smoke & Bone'; Laini Taylor: I have been waiting so long to read this series and so it's on the list to be read in March. I have literally seen five star reviews, and winning the second book in the series gave me the push I needed to buy the first, ready to read.
- 'The Snow Child'; Eowyn Ivey: This book has sat, untouched, on my bookshelf for a long time. It is based on a Russian Fairy Tale and I am really looking forward to finally getting round to reading it!
- 'The Wise Man's Fear'; Patrick Rothfuss: March looks like it's going to be a month of catching up! This book is the second in the 'Kingkiller Chronicles' and it's predecessor, 'The Name Of The Wind', was absolutely fantastic. Time to read the second!
- 'Tithe'; Holly Black: I remember reading this book a very long time ago. I remember it being very good. This one is a re-read and I can't wait to read it again so that I can finish the series, as I didn't get to read the next two!
- 'Finding Sky'; Joss Stirling: Now I don't actually own this book. But I want to, and I would love to get my hands on it and read it so that I can read the second in the series (which I do have). The trilogy itself has received such good reviews!
- 'Wolves'; Simon Ings: I'm in the process of reading this one at the moment, it was my first win in a giveaway and plan to get it finished in March!
Books I Would Like To Get Through:
So as you can see, lots of exciting titles coming up! There are plenty here to keep me going, I may end up adding more if I get through these quickly, but a few of them are quite long so we'll see how far I get!
- 'Alanna: The First Adventure'; Tamora Pierce: Guess who got the entire Tamora Pierce collection on Kindle? That's right, me! And I can't wait to get back into reading books by one of my favourite authors again!
- 'The Language Of Flowers'; Vanessa Diffenbaugh: This book belongs to my sister and she has said that I can borrow it. The cover looks so intriguing, and as a bonus, it fits nicely with one of next month's challenges!
- 'The Telling Error'; Sophie Hannah: I won as part of a 'Goodreads Giveaway' a copy of this book (an unedited proof in fact) which arrived yesterday. It certainly looks intriguing and I plan to read it if I get the time.
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