Saturday, 27 February 2016

March's To-Read List

Last month predetermining which books that I was going to read and review on my blog really seemed to help me get through them and write about them and, more than that, I really enjoyed it and so, here's the books that I'll be reading during March - all being well you'll see one book a week being reviewed on here.

pile of books

1: In A Dark Dark Wood - Ruth Ware
When I was feeling really crap a few weeks ago my mum took me to do an age old cheering up activity - going to buy books from ASDA. I picked this one up purely because it sounded like one of the most standard thrillers going - but I think that hopefully it should have some sort of intriguing twist. I like the idea of how dark this is and so I hope that it doesn't fall short of my expectations.

top two books march 2016

2: Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell
This was actually one of the first books that Katy ever bought for me when I was deep into my fanfiction writing stage. I keep meaning to get around to reading this but it's just always been overlooked - I have to say though that I'm really looking forward to getting into a book that I think is going to be more chick-lit than anything that I've gotten around to reading in quite a while.

3: The Kabul Beauty School - Deborah Rodriguez
This was one of my Christmas books off of Katy and I'm not sure what to expect from it, but I'm excited to read something a little different and out of my comfort zone. I think that this will also probably err on the side of chick-lit, but that's not a bad thing and I'm sure that I'll love it when I really manage to get stuck in.

books to read during march 2016

4: The 5 People You Meet In Heaven - Mitch Albom
I've actually had this over a year - my auntie gave me this when she finished reading it on my 21st birthday away and I've just never managed to get around to reading it. I'm really excited to read this - it's a book that suggests that there will be 5 people who massively shape your life and when it comes to meeting them in heaven, they might not be who you expected. I love the idea of this and I'm excited to get around to it.

What's on your to-read list?

Sammy xo.

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