March 2019 #TBR – a plan

By making a monthly TBR plan, the aim is to read more. In January I read eleven titles. However… in February I only managed to read nine.  My excuse is that it was a short month and a busy one for our family.  (I know I don’t really need an excuse.)

I plan to read another TEN titles in March. I thought that by sharing them with you, my commitment will strengthen….. Here goes…

(as is my usual custom I have linked the cover graphic to Goodreads so that you might learn more about the book)

So… for March’s #TBR plan, I must begin with the book I didn’t get to from February’s plan.

my own book – 3rd in a series I’m really enjoying (leftover from February’s TBR)

Then, I will add the FIVE titles I’ve chosen to read as part of the Reading Ireland Month event:

a NetGalley title

another NetGalley title

a title I got directly from the publisher

another one directly from the publisher

an older Edelweiss title which I’m also reading as part of my Historical Fiction Challenge

Also, I plan to read the winning title from my second POLL:

the 2nd Police Procedurals Poll winner

Two more NetGalley titles, one I’ve had for a long time, and one I got recently:

Then, last but certainly not least, my “Marsons of the Month” for March:

#3 in the D.I. Kim Stone series

So folks, that’s it. I plan to read TEN titles in March, but who knows if I’ll manage it.

Fingers crossed…

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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16 Responses to March 2019 #TBR – a plan

  1. Pingback: Silent Scream (D.I. Kim Stone #1) by Angela Marsons – Carla Loves To Read

  2. carhicks says:

    I am also planning to read five books for Reading Ireland. I just finished my first one, but haven’t posted my review yet. You have some great titles coming up this month. Good luck. 😊


  3. Hey, Lynne, thrilled you turned me on to Reading Ireland Month. I have a number of them lined up along with an interview, but won’t be posting my list until later (already jammed my calendar with early March dates). Of course, my eye catches anything having to do with County Cork (thank you, gpa). Looks like you have a full line up as well!


  4. I’ve heard lots of good things about Patricia Gibney – can’t wait to hear what you think!


  5. Yvo says:

    Great TBR! I’m hoping to be able to go on a date with Lottie Parker this month as well… Although it will be book six I need to read. I’ve also been meaning to pick up the Kim Stone series for ages! I hope you will enjoy these and have a wonderful March!

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  6. It’s great that you read so many books. I read far fewer than I did when I was younger. Next up for me is Love And Summer, by William Trevor.

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  7. Snap! I too read eleven books in January but nine in February so I think we can safely say it was down to it being a short month and nothing at all to do with our industry, dedication, commitment, etc 😁

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