February Wrap-Up & March TBR

Hi y’all! Can you believe we are in March already? We had a fun and busy birthday celebration weekend at our house. So I’m a bit behind getting this post written. But I am excited for this month of reading!

First, here’s how February turned out!

I finished 9 books in February.

I published 5 reviews including my review of The Chronicles of Narnia.

The 10 Habits of Happy Mothers by Meg Meeker
Circus Mirandus by Cassie Beasley
The Tempest by William Shakespeare
The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis
A Visit to William Blake’s InnΒ byΒ Nancy Willard

I also started The Grapes of Wrath which I am listening to on audiobook and a few other books I’m excited about.

I am being ambitious for March because who would I be if I didn’t have goals that stretched me? πŸ˜‰

I hope to finish the three books I’m reading now–yes, including The Grapes of Wrath.

I hope to start my next classic for The Classics Club. Here are the titles that top my list:

I plan to read at least one more Newbery winner in addition to Hitty. Here are the titles at the top of that list:

And I’d like to read a book from my shelves that’s on my TBR. Here are a few I’ve been eyeing for 2019:

What are your reading goals for March?

17 thoughts on “February Wrap-Up & March TBR

  1. Marilyn

    Good luck with your reading. I am reading “Ireland:A Terrible Beauty”. by Leon Uris, “Saint Katharine Drexel” “A Saint Who Helped The Poor” by Ellen Tarry. I just finished A collectors Edition of “Gone With The Wind” in magazine form. It tells of the casting,production and behind the scenes.
    Marilyn

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  2. Interpreter of Maladies is a good read, especially the story about the lights going off. I see you have a few LM Montgomery titles on here (well, one is an extension of the Anne universe), so I hope you enjoy those! Naomi @ Consumed by Ink felt that the Marilla book stood up to the test when she read it right after it came out.

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    1. I’m glad to hear Interpreter of Maladies is worthwhile–I picked it up on a whim at a library book sale several years ago. I am so glad to hear Naomi enjoyed Marilla–I value her Anne opinion a lot πŸ™‚ I am enjoying it thus far–reads like Montgomery herself.

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