Top Ten Tuesday: My March TBR list

March 15, 2016 Top Ten Tuesday 84

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Welcome, one and all, to another edition of Top Ten Tuesday – hosted as always by The Broke and the Bookish. This week we’re all talking about our Spring TBR lists…. well…. we’re supposed to be talking about our Spring TBR lists.

But mine quickly became the size of a small novel.

So, I made an executive decision and limited myself to just March.

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(Photo credit: Pinterest)

And then I limited myself within that limit to only the books I’m scheduled to review. Because if I included all the books I want to read in March, I might as well just publish a catalog πŸ˜‰

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(clicking on the book cover will take you to Amazon. Affiliate links included.)

a daring sacrificeΒ  playing the partΒ  refuge at highland hall

1.A Daring Sacrifice by Jody Hedlund (YA, medieval Europe)

2.Playing the Part by Jen Turano (Gilded Age America)

3.A Refuge at Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky (Edwardian England)

bartered brideΒ  austen in austinΒ  flirtation walk

4.The Bartered Bride by Lena Goldfinch (1880 Colorado)

5.Austen in Austin collection (historic Austin, TX)

6.Flirtation Walk by Siri Mitchell (1850 West Point)

bride of a distant isleΒ  dressed for death

7.Bride of a Distant Isle by Sandra Byrd (Victorian England)

8.Dressed for Death by Julianna Deering (1930s England)

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1.Fear of Falling by Catherine Lanigan

2.The Hearts We Mend by Kathryn Springer

3.A Season to Wed collection

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4.Wife for the Weekend by Ophelia London

5.The Imposter by Suzanne Woods Fisher

6.More than a Promise by Ruth Logan Herne

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7.The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson

8.Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

(as part of the #IrishsBookExchange)

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Finding God in the Ruins by Matt Bays

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In addition to reviewing books here on my blog, I also review for RT Book Reviews Magazine.Β  The following books are my assignments to be read/reviewed in March for the next issue.

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Whew. Well. Clearly, I need more books to read…. tell me what’s on your Spring TBR list πŸ™‚

 

 

Carrie

84 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: My March TBR list”

  1. CJ @ Not Another Dumb Blonde

    Wow, this is just your March TBR list? Reading really is your superpower! My usual pace is about 5-8 books a month, and lately I’ve been lagging behind. But this looks like a fun list! I’ve been seeing Anna and the French Kiss a lot lately, I may have to check that one out myself. My TTT

  2. Kasey @ The Story Sanctuary

    Wow, girl!! That’s a lot of books!! I recently finished Jody Hedlund’s other book. I’ve got a copy of Anna and the French Kiss waiting for me to crack it open! So glad I’m not the last one to read it. πŸ™‚ haha! Here’s my list: TTT

  3. Emilee Douglas

    Wow! How do you read so many a month! I just finished A Daring Sacrifice. I love Jody Hedlund’s books. This one is great for teens. I’m reading Beneath the Blackberry Moon, part 1. It Is Amazing! Next up is Melissa Tagg’s book Like Never Before!

    • Carrie

      oh you’re gonna love Like Never Before!!!! I read it for RT. I will have to check out Beneath the Blackberry Moon!

  4. Jaymie

    Goodness! You have a busy March ahead of you. But such great choices! Especially everything within the historical section. Anna and the French Kiss is so good! Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on all of these. πŸ™‚

  5. Carrie Turansky

    Wow, great list! I’m excited to see A Refuge at Highland Hall on your list for this month! I’m looking forward to reading From This Moment and Bride of a Distant Isle! Happy Reading!

  6. Courtney Clark

    Whew! When do you find time to sleep? The Red Door Inn and More Than a Promise are on my TBR, too! Along with these next few on my list: A Twist of Faith by Pepper, The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter, and You’re the One That I Want by Susan May Warren.

    • Carrie

      those are all on my “want to” list too – except for A Twist of Faith b/c I’ve already read it πŸ™‚

    • Carrie

      oh good! I think you’ll enjoy A Daring Sacrifice! Now, it is the second in a series but I also loved An Uncertain Choice πŸ™‚

  7. Ashley

    Great list! I recently bought Anna and the French Kiss. I’ve been back and forth on whether I wanted to read it or not, but a lot of people seem to really like it.

    • Carrie

      I was sent that one in a book exchange and I’ve been meaning to read it πŸ™‚

  8. Jane

    Wow! First, I am impressed by the length of your list! So many books! Austen in Austin looks really cute! and I have Anna and the French Kiss on my hopeful Spring TBR–it just sounds cute and light. Your nonfiction pick sounds really cool. Let me know what you think of it! Thanks for stopping by my TTT earlier πŸ™‚

    • Carrie

      thanks, Jane! Yes… hopefully I will find time to sleep somewhere in March lol.

  9. Amanda

    You do have a lot of books on your list! The ones I have read are amazing (The Hearts We Mend especially so!). I look forward to reading your reviews on them!

  10. Rachel D.

    My list is nowhere as extensive as yours lol! I have read Playing the Part, Leviathan and The Ringmaster’s Wife already that were on my TBR for “Spring”. Next up is The Selection. Followed by The Magnolia Duchess, The Reluctant Duchess, Dawn at Emberwilde, The Beautiful Pretender and Anchor in the Storm. Along with a few others here and there that strike my fancy haha!

  11. AngelErin

    I’m glad I’m not the only one that struggled making this not a HUGGGGGGE list lol! Ooo Anna and the French Kiss looks so good. I’ve been wanting to read that one for a while. I hope you love all of these! πŸ™‚

  12. Grace

    Lots of lovely books! I’d really like to read Elizabeth Camden’s upcoming one… Have fun reading. πŸ˜€

  13. Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense

    I’ve been on the fence with Stephanie Perkins. On one hand, I want to try her books, but on the other, I know contemporary fiction isn’t really my genre, so it makes me a bit nervous. I hope you get a chance to pick up all these books!

  14. Brandi @ Brandi Janee's Bookshelf

    Wow! Good luck with all the reading! I’m a slow reader so even if I had a lot of time I probably still wouldn’t be able to read that much. I would also like to read Anna and the French Kiss.

  15. Deanna

    I totally understand having so many books you want to read! The only one on your list I know about it Anna and the French Kiss, which I liked but I just had a few minor issues with. Hope you enjoy it!

  16. Emma @ Emma Likes Books

    So many books! I want to reread Anna and The French Kiss at some point. A lot of people really enjoy that one, but I remember liking the other two more. So I want to go back and see if it was just the mood I was in when I was reading it or what.

  17. Christina

    Wow, several intriguing titles on this list! I loved Anna and the French Kiss, and I’m looking forward to the first Julianna Deering book, which I have on my Nook.

  18. Hallie

    Wow, that’s quite a list for March – and with so many great books, too! I just finished The Hearts We Mend and The Red Door Inn – both so wonderful. I hope you enjoy all your reading!

  19. genesis pimentel

    Anna and the French Kiss is such a fun read, how you enjoy it. and those cover for the historical books look so pretty <3 I'll definitely be adding Finding God in the Ruins to my TBR

    thanks for stopping by on my post btw πŸ™‚

  20. Elizabeth @ Book Yabber

    That’s quite the Spring reading list you have there, Carrie! I hope you enjoy each and every last one! I’m excited to hear your thoughts on ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS! Happy Spring!

  21. Page and Tea

    What an absolutely MASSIVE TBR list!! πŸ˜€ You’ll definitely never run out of things to read, hope you enjoy them all. I like the look of your Historical books as I seem to want to read more of that genre at the moment, so will have to check out some of those books.

  22. Diana

    All your books have such beautiful covers and your overall blog looks really good. I love the list of classics.That is my 2016 reading challenge, to read classics such as the Jane Austen Books and Jane Eyre and Karenina.Finding God in the Ruins and Anna and the French Kiss seem quite popular. I have seen them in a couple of lists. Happy Reading, Enjoy your books. Looking at the covers again, drooling as I walk way. They are all so beautiful.

  23. Serenity

    Wow, you are bad for my TBR πŸ˜‰

    Hope you enjoy the Judy Hedlund, I’ve had my eye on the first one in that series for a while!

    And I thoroughly enjoyed Anna and the French Kiss, hope you do too!

  24. Jen

    I also want to read Anna and the French Kiss! But I’ll probably be able to get to it this summer. It seems like a wonderful beach read. πŸ™‚ Hope you love it!

  25. Rissi

    Ahhh! Jody’s is so cute, and I *should* have added Julianna’s although I suspect I’ll be late with my review. But either way, I’m eager to read it. Liz’s is darling and “Anna and the French Kiss” = ADORBS! Cannot wait to read “Lola” and “Isla.” πŸ™‚

    • Carrie

      Yes I have a feeling Lola and Isla will be on my list soon after reading Anna πŸ™‚

  26. Rhoda K

    A Daring Sacrifice sounds really intriguing. Look forward to reading your thoughts on it. Happy reading, it looks like you will have a busy March!

  27. Michele | Just a Lil Lost

    Oh wow, so many categories of TBR lists!! That 3rd book.. Refuge.. the cover reminds me of Downton Abbey.. lol.. I hope you get a chance to enjoy all of the interesting reads!

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT!

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