Hey guys, a new month has started and I’m here for it. Actually, not really, LOL. There aren’t many books coming out this month that I’m super excited about but there are still some that I most certainly look forward to reading.
February was a slow reading month for me, and I plan to read many books from my TBR pile this month since I don’t have that many new releases that I truly look forward to reading. As always, I will have a link to their description on Goodreads so that you can read more about it there.
March 5, 2019
- You Owe Me a Murder by Eileen Cook: The only reason I’ll maybe read this book is that I have an ARC and I want to make sure I show the publisher my gratitude for receiving it. But this book is a mystery/ thriller book and that’s my least favorite genre to read in YA because it never manages to grab my attention. So, hopefully, I’ll enjoy this one.
- Field Love Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith: I love Smith, she’s adorable and we are best friends (lol, not really). But she’s very sweet and I’m super excited about reading this book. She always writes light-hearted fluffy romances and I cannot wait to read it!
- Opposite of Aways by Justin A. Reynolds: Don’t know much about this book other than its been talked a lot in the community. I’m not going to lie, I’m mainly reading because of its cover.
- Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith: I got this ARC at Yallfest and it looks very good. I’m excited about this one, its fantasy and that’s the only thing I’m going to tell you.
- The Waking Forest by Alyssa Wees: This seems like a fairy tale retelling, which I’m very interested in reading. I don’t look into these books before deciding if I’m going to read it or not LOL. I just look at the cover, see if it has popularity and the community and then I add it to my TBR shelf, and then hopefully I enjoy it at the end. 🙂
- Internment by Samira Ahmed: All I know that this book is POC and it looks very badass. It looks fiction but apparently, it has a fantasy aspect to it.
- The Best Boys by Mary Weber: This I’m not excited about. I’ll see if I get to read it or not. I looked at it and it seemed interesting, but we’ll see.
- Sky Without Stars by Jessica Brody: This I’m very excited about. I love France and this has to do traveling and maybe space, I’m not entirely sure. Or maybe even time travel. I really do hope I enjoy this book though because it looks very good.
- Voices by David Elliot: This is a story about Joan of Arc–a retelling of sorts. It’s a short book and the only reason I want to read it is that I have the ARC. So you know, I want to give it a chance.
- Once and Future by Amy Rose Capetta: Oh, and this one I do know about. It’s an Arthurian retelling. Gender bending, LGBTQ+, fantasy packed book. I’m very excited!