TBR: March 2018

Hi, readers!

Happy March! I’m really excited for all the great blog posts I have planned for this month. There’s so much coming over the next few weeks! But today we’ll start with this month’s TBR picks. February’s TBR picks did not go over so well. I didn’t read any of the selected books! This month I’m highlighting three library books, which will hopefully make me more inclined to pick these up this time. Also, each of these books have been on my TBR for a while now and I’m excited to actually read them! Here’s hoping these three choices fare better.

And now, on to the books!

The Duchess Deal by Tessa Dare

I’ve yet to read any Tessa Dare books, but I’ve heard great things about her books. I love Regency era romance novels, and this one promises to have everything I love: a rogue duke, a bookish heroine, and two stubborn protagonists. I’m pretty confident this will be a fun read!

Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson

This is a middle grade graphic novel about two friends who always do everything together, until one one summer when they end up in different camps! This book sounds like it will be heartwarming, charming, and delightful.

Spinning by Tillie Walden

This is a YA graphic novel about a teenager’s life on the ice rink and in figure skating competitions. The illustrations in this book are beautiful and I’ve had my eye on this coming of age story for quite some time.

That’s it for today! What books are you hoping to read this month?

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