March 2021 TBR

Hello! In my ongoing attempt to become more regular with my blog posts, I’m bringing back TBRs and wrap-ups, at least for now. And hopefully this time I will stick to them!

Lore by Alexandra Bracken

This was on my list of most anticipated 2021 book releases, and it came out at the beginning of January. I fell off the wagon with my reading goals for the year pretty much right off the bat, though, so I haven’t read it yet, but I do own the ebook version of it and I’m still really excited to read it.

The plan is to read it as soon as I can.

The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan

I actually started reading this book back at the end of 2020, but as I said, I’ve just been struggling with reading anything but audiobooks lately, so I haven’t finished it yet. I did enjoy what I had read so far, so I’m looking forward to getting through the rest of the book and eventually moving on to the next book in the series.

Also, I’m attempting to read at least one book for Booksandlala’s Buzzword Reading Challenge each month. This month’s word is “time.” The Eye of the World is book one of the Wheel of Time series, so if I end up finishing it this month, I’m probably going to use it for that challenge.

Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds

I started reading this book last month sometime and then just kind of…put it down. Which is something that I do far too often. But the plan is to pick it back up and then actually finish it. It was a pretty quick read—at least the first section of it was—so I’m hoping that once I get around to it, I’ll be able to fly through it pretty quickly.


Those are the books I’m most excited to read at the moment. Let me know down in the comments which books you most want to read in March!

I’ll see you next time!

-Ariel

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