March TBR: ARCs, Taking A Break From School + Other Changes

Hello again honeybees! March might henceforth be known as a month of change. After finishing this quarter, I’ll be taking spring quarter off and working on myself, mostly just going to doctors appointments and figuring out my life (more below). But I’ll also have more time to read! Very exciting.

So here’s my TBR full of this month’s hopefuls that I might actually read this month!

To Be Read

Lost In The Never Woods by Aiden Thomas

The way I screamed when the publishers granted me access to the Netgalley ARC. Okay but a Peter Pan retelling???? Who can resist that. I now have an ARC from Netgalley and Libro.fm (shoutout to audiobooks for being the only thing I can read during fibro flares) so I’m hyped to read this very, very soon.

Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley

I actually just need to finish this one but it’s so good that I’ve been trying to drag it out for as long as possible. I can’t wait for everyone to read it soon and hopefully love it as much as I do.

Can’t Take That Away by Steven Salvatore

I don’t read YA Contemporary very often, but when I do, it really is something. I’m very selective with the titles I pick up and when I tell you that this book sounds AMAZING I mean it. Here’s the synopsis from Goodreads if you want to add it to your TBR (which I highly recommend you do).

The Murders That Made Us by Bob Calhoun

I know I’ve said this about every book so far but I look at this book (it’s in a stack on my floor) everyday and I’m semi-rushing through my current reads just so I can read it. This is a nonfiction about crimes in San Francisco and how they effected other aspects of the city. I love SF and I live about an hour away (hopefully I can afford to live in the city one day) so when the publisher reached out to me about this one, I couldn’t resist.

Vampire Academy by Rachelle Mead

You probably have questions. I know, this is kind of random. If you’ve been following me for awhile, you might now that I love paranormal romance. Unfortunately, I haven’t read the genre in quite some time due to ARC commitments and whatnot. Hopefully I enjoy this one as much as everyone else.

The Pretty One by Keah Brown

I just have to finish this one and it’s definitely going to be a highly rated book. I’m so excited to share my review with you because you NEED to read this book. I don’t say that often (maybe ever?) about books but this one is quite special.

Saga of the Swamp Thing by Alan Moore

This is a graphic novel I have to read for class. I’m not quite sure how many volumes I’ll have to read so let’s just put the first one on here to be safe. I have no idea what this is about beyond the fact that I saw Superman in here when I was flipping through the pages.

Goal: 5 books

Taking A Break From School

Not sure if anyone cares but this is my blog so I’m going to write about whatever I want. I’m currently in my freshman year of university and it’s been significantly tough what with *gestures vaguely* everything and getting increasingly ill on top of that. Luckily, my school is on quarter systems so I’m going to be taking spring quarter off and it won’t put me too far behind, as far as getting my degree goes.

This means I’ll have the spring months to rest up, go to all my doctors appointments without trying to fit them into a busy schedule, and devote time to figuring out what I really want out of life. (Kind of deep, I know).

My intentions during my break is to learn more about copy editing, both for my own gain (have you seen my dreadful punctuation?) and to potentially be able to freelance copyedit in the future, as my illnesses have made it clear that any “normal” jobs are out of the question. I’m excited to embark on this journey since I truly do love linguistics and have never been able to devote myself to being fluent in grammar, punctuation, and syntax until now.

More free time means more reading and blogging (hence the bigger reading goals) and I’m looking forward to bringing you all some fresh content! If you have a posts you’d like to see, please let me know. For now, this is what you can look forward to:

  • The Diviners series reviews (spoiler free) and reactions (spoiler filled)
  • Tips To Beat The Instagram Algorithm
  • A list of books with disability/chronic illness rep
  • Book reviews!
  • Rereading Ari and Dante

And that’s March! I have a ton of schoolwork left to do along with doctors appointments to attend, but I’m hoping to get some reading done in between. I miss blogging so much and I’m really excited to be back at it.

What do you have planned for March? Are you reading anything interesting? Do you have any big goals?

Thank you for reading! I hope you enjoyed this post. Please consider following for more posts like this! You can also find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Goodreads, or buy me a cup of coffee on ko-fi. Thanks again for reading! Bye for now honeybees.

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