March 2015 TBR


I’ve way too many books on my TBR pile waiting to be read and it’s getting hard to keep track of all the different titles that are currently unread. I’ve decided to make a TBR list this month so hopefully it will be easier to choose what to read next… I’ve picked eight titles that have been on my TBR pile for a while now and I’m looking forward to be finally reading. Some will also help me complete my reading challenges if I decide to read them… Sticking to TBR lists hasn’t always been easy, especially if I’m in the mood for different genres than those on the list. We’ll see what this March brings! 😉

>>> Find a complete list of the books of books owned and waiting to be read here and my full TBR list at Goodreads here <<<


  • Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling (652 pages)

# TBR #

  • crownofmidnightgardensofthemoonNaked In Death by J.D. Robb (320 pages)  currently reading
  • A Tale Of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (489 pages)
  • Crown Of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas (448 pages)
  • Gardens Of The Moon by Steven Erikson (666 pages)
  • darkwitchthecoldwifeDark Witch by Nora Roberts (342 pages)
  • I, Robot by Isaac Asimov (249 pages)
  • The Cold Wife by Ruth Ann Nordin (304 pages)
  • The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult (480 pages)


Have you read any of these and/or do you recommend them?

15 thoughts on “March 2015 TBR

  1. Sticking to a list is always so hard. Almost as hard as it is to even pick what to read next. I always find something that sounds a little better and then the older adds end up getting lost. I have so many books that I added so long ago that I want to get to also. Nice list though! Sounds like March will be a good month for reads! 🙂 I’m thinking of choosing at least one older add each month, maybe that’ll help with finally getting through some of the books I added years (!!!) ago.

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    • Definitely true! I’m going to try to stick to this list, but I know it will be difficult… I’m going to aim for at least four of the titles by the end of March; I guess that’s a little more realistic. 😉 Your idea is also a great one! I guess that might work better than forcing myself to read a lot of them together… It’s not that I’m not excited about them, but I never seem to be in the mood to read these titles.

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    • Yay! I’m still two books away of completing the HP series, but I guess that with one book a month I’m going to finish it soon. I cannot believe I haven’t read A Tale Of Two Cities yet! It’s about time I finally do… And Throne Of Glass was really good, although the love triangle didn’t really convince me. The main character kicks ass though; I’m definitely looking forward to be continuing this series. 😀

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  2. Well, you know I’m hoping you’ll really enjoy A Tale of Two Cities! And I’m a big fan of Isaac Asimov too, so I’ll be keen to hear what you think of I, Robot – even though they were written a long time ago now, I reckon they’ve stood the test of time… 🙂

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    • I’m looking forward to be finally reading both classics! It will be the first time I read something Isaac Asimov as well, so I’m looking forward to get to know the work of both authors.

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    • Haha, I have the same problem! But I had such a hard time trying to choose my next reads that I’m hoping this month I will… I’m so looking forward to Crown Of Midnight! I have a copy of Heir Of Fire as well, so I will probably end up reading the two of them together. 😉

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    • Good to know you enjoyed the trilogy! I’ve heard good things about Dark Witch, so I’m looking forward to be reading it. I will have to look into the Foundation series by the way. It’s the first time I will read his work, so if I like I, Robot, I will probably want to read more.

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