My March TBR (For now…)

As with all of my TBR lists, this is definitely subject to change. However, I have a good idea of the books I would like to read this month! Let’s get into it…


The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

The Great Alone is the most recent book written by Kristin Hannah and many of my friends have been gushing about how wonderful it is. This month, I am going to be reading this one as a buddy read with a few friends on Bookstagram and I can’t wait!

The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss

The Wise Man’s Fear is the second novel to the incredible book, The Name of the Wind. I am going to be splitting my time listening to this one on Audible and reading the physical book because at 1,000 pages long, it’s a bit daunting! I am hoping the second book is as good as the first!

Circe by Madeline Miller

Circe is going to be an incredible read for me, I already know it. I really enjoyed reading The Song of Achilles, her first novel, in February and I am hoping that I enjoy Circe just as much! I also doing a buddy read for this one with Lauren from @lozreadsbooks!

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson

Mistborn is the first book in a series by Brandon Sanderson. As a lover of all things fantasy, I am really looking forward to diving into a new world and a new author that I have never read before. This month is full of buddy reads, as I am reading this one as a buddy read with my favorite fantasy book reading buddy, Hannah from @booknerdnative!

Hating You/Dating You by Christina Lauren

After reading Roomies by Christina Lauren in January, I was very excited to try something new from the duo that is Christina Lauren. This book is said to be a lot of people’s favorites from them. I am hoping it will be a nice respite from everything I am reading that will be a bit more heavy this month.

Shadowsong by S. Jae-Jones

Shadowsong is the second book to the first YA fantasy phenomenon that is Wintersong. I really really enjoyed Wintersong so I am hoping that this one is even better and does not disappoint!

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling

As a part of the #HarreadPotter marathon created by @mugandnook, I am super excited to be continuing on with this series and diving into my favorite book! There is something so hopeful and beautiful about Book 3 and I am so happy that I get to read it this month.

School for Psychics by K.C. Archer

I feel very fortunate to have been able to receive an ARC of School for Psychics by K.C. Archer from Simon & Schuster. It’s giving me MAJOR X-Men vibes which is very exciting because I love X-Men very much! Thank you to Simon & Schuster for sending me a free copy!

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

As someone who adores the idea of a circus-themed novel, Station Eleven has been on my list for months now! After receiving it as a Christmas gift, I am really excited to see what it has in store.

The Last Equation of Isaac Severy by Nova Jacobs

This book has been on a LOT of people’s radars as of late after it was released and announced as a Book of the Month Club pick for March! Touchstone was kind enough to send me a free ARC copy back in January and with cover art that is as eye-catching as this, who could say no? I can’t wait to see what’s to love about this one!

Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella

As another quirky romance novel for the month, I have chosen “Surprise Me” by Sophie Kinsella. My husband was kind enough to surprise me with this book and I can’t wait to read it. The thing about this book that is the most appealing to me is the fact that it follows the story of a married couple attempting to rekindle their romance, something that I think is a sorely left-out narrative in many romance novels. I’m excited to see if this one lives up to the incredible hype it’s been receiving lately!

Everything I Never Told you by Celeste Ng

After reading Little Fires Everywhere in September, I started doing some digging to see if Celeste Ng had written any other incredible books. To my delight, Everything I Never Told You popped up in my search results! I have been told that this book is even better than Little Fires, so let’s hope that ends up being the case. I LOVED Little Fires, so it’s hard for me to fathom anything better!


That is all I have for this month on my TBR! Like I said, this is definitely subject to change, but I am feeling pretty great about my choices!


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Hey, we have a lot of overlaps! My husband just read Station Eleven, so I’ll be reading it in the next few weeks. And Everything I Never Told You is my book club’s pick for this month.


  2. Ashley Rae says:

    The Great Alone is great so far! I’m about halfway done with it. ❤️


  3. I’m so excited for you to read Station Eleven; I hope you enjoy it! It looks like you have some fantastic reading ahead of you, Alisa…perfect for birthday month!


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