Monthly Wrap-Ups

March Wrap-Up

Happy Saturday, Bookworms!

How was your March reading month?

March went fairly well and I got more done than the prior month. The end of March didn’t go as well but that’s ok. I finished my winter tbr and have already made small progress on my spring tbr.

I posted 8 reviews:

My absolute favorite March reads were Thanks A Lot, Universe by Chad Lucas (a great middle grade novel that I related to a lot and depicted social anxiety really well). I also loved Set to Music by Negeen Papehn that was so sweet and made me feel all the feels! I also won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway and was so happy that I immediately read the book.

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March was productive. I was able to plan and schedule many future blog posts. I have a few ideas for posts I may try this month.

Here are some blog posts that were interesting to read:

That’s all for today!

Have a great weekend!!!

As Always, Happy Reading!!!

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TBC Happenings

March Happenings!

Happy Monday, Bookworms!

I hope you all had a great weekend 🙂 Finally getting this post up too many days later! Here’s what’s happening this month with the blog and more:

March Bookish Goals…

I posted about this last week on IG but am putting it here as another reminder to myself. I have 3 bookish goals for the month of March: finish my tbr, write reviews sooner than later, and find new books in genres I don’t often read (specifically, science fiction).

March was going to be middle grade books only but I need to get all the arcs I have left done.

I had few book hangovers last month which caused me to procrastinate writing reviews which then affect my blog schedule. So like with the first goal I’m looking to be more proactive.

I don’t read science fiction as often as I used to and it doesn’t help that I am very picky about what I read. I do have a few sci-reads on my tbr this year but I’d like to add more.

A Proactive And Feasible TBR…

To expand upon goal #2 in the previous section, here is my tbr for the month of March:

These Feathered Flames by Alexandra Overy (currently reading)
A Lowcountry Bride by Preslaysa Williams (currently reading)

Gilded Serpent by Danielle L. Jensen
A Cowboy Kind of Love by Donna Grant
The Right Side of Reckless by Whitney D. Grandison

Painting In True Bookish Fashion…

I’m working on another project that’s book related. This will be more than just painting and I’m hoping it turns out as I’ve pictured it.


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Anticipated Book Releases Bookish Lists

March New Book Releases

Happy Wednesday, Bookworms!

I hope you all have been safe and well!

I’m excited to share with you another list of upcoming releases for the month of March that you may be interested in. This list is a wonderful mix of middle grade, young adult, fantasy, contemporary romance, paranormal romance, and fantasy romance. A little something for everyone.

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March 1
Wings of Fury by Emily R. King


March 2
Float Plan by Trish Doller (arc review)

The Warrior King by Abigail Owen

Snow White with the Red Hair (Volume 12)

Accidentally Engaged by Farah Heron


March 9
Strong, Silent Cowboy by Lora Leigh & Veronica Chadwick (arc review)

Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert

Starfish by Lisa Fipps


March 15
Set to Music by Negeen Papehn


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March 16
The Dating Plan by Sara Desai

Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs


March 23
Lost In the Never Woods by Aiden Thomas


March 30
The Accidental Apprentice by Amanda Foody

Sweethand by N.G. Pelter


Are any of these books on your tbr? What March releases are you most excited for? I’d love to hear your thoughts – comment below! 😊

As Always, Happy Reading!!!
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Books of the Month

[March 2021] Book of the Month: The Unteachables by Gordon Korman

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Title: The Unteachables
Author: Gordon Korman
Genre: Middle Grade
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Recommended?: Yes

Goodreads Summary: The Unteachables are a notorious class of misfits, delinquents, and academic train wrecks. Like Aldo, with anger management issues; Parker, who can’t read; Kiana, who doesn’t even belong in the class—or any class; and Elaine (rhymes with pain). The Unteachables have been removed from the student body and isolated in room 117.

Their teacher is Mr. Zachary Kermit, the most burned-out teacher in all of Greenwich. He was once a rising star, but his career was shattered by a cheating scandal that still haunts him. After years of phoning it in, he is finally one year away from early retirement. But the superintendent has his own plans to torpedo that idea—and it involves assigning Mr. Kermit to the Unteachables.

The Unteachables never thought they’d find a teacher who had a worse attitude than they did. And Mr. Kermit never thought he would actually care about teaching again. Over the course of a school year, though, room 117 will experience mayhem, destruction—and maybe even a shot at redemption.