Friday, March 1, 2013

Currently Reading - March 2013

I'm super excited that I got through all my February reads. I absolutely *loved* The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer (well, I especially loved Noah Shaw). The Tragedy Paper was everything I had hoped for--sweet and romantic and, of course, tragic. My Life Next Door was also quite good and the perfect summer romance to make me wistful for warmer months.

But March is here! In like a lion and out like a lamb--just how I'm planning to read my way through this month. So I'm starting with the never world, stopping off to visit with some fairies and a mermaid and ending with a contemporary on the run.

Here's what I have on deck for March:

Everneath, Brodi Ashton: I had the awesome opportunity to go see Brodi at Books of Wonder signing in New York last month and she was so personable and funny. All she had to say was guitar-playing bad boy and I was hooked to read her series. 

Tiger Lily, Jodi Lynn Anderson: I admit it, I have had this book way too long. I really want to read it and it kept getting shuffled to the bottom of my stack. No more, I say! This is the month I read it.

Lost Voices, Sarah Porter: Confession--I love mermaid stories. This is another one that's been at the bottom of my stack too long and I have the sequel ready for next month.

Nobody But Us, Kristin Halbrook: Picked this one up because it's described as a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde. I can't wait to see where this story takes me.

What are you reading this month?

2013 Reading Challenge

2013 Reading Challenge
Valerie has read 3 books toward her goal of 50 books.


  1. Currently reading 8 books if you count taking things out of the library LOL. In reality reading- In the Woods by Tana French and The Princesses of Iowa. I just finished Where it began (YA contemp), Escape from Eden (YA contemp), Happiness of Joy (YA contemp), In Honor (YA contemp) My Life Next Door (YA contemp) and Breaking Beautiful (YA contemp)...and yes all in a week. I'm a fast reader lol.

  2. Ooooo those all look really good, Rachel! Why are you making my TBR pile even bigger?? ;)

  3. nice. several authors i haven't read yet. for this month i'm reading casual vacancy by jk rowling, girls to the front by sara marcus - the true story of the riot grrrl revolution, how to save a life by sara zaar, where she went by gayle forman, and stolen nights by rebecca maizel.

    1. Where She Went is one of my FAVORITES! Let me know what you think of it after you read it.

      I need to read Save A Life too...I loved Sara Zarr's Story Of A Girl and Sweethearts.


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