Looking Ahead : March


This is a little later than intended but sometimes life has other plans.  So, what does the month of March have in store for me in terms of books and the blog.

Well, firstly my arm is recovering quickly which is a bonus and means I’m a bit better on the laptop/keyboard and no longer working/typing single handed – so, I should be catching up with comments and blog hopping over the next week.  Fingers crossed no more shenanigans. (Long story short my goofball dog ran into me in his excitement and I discovered that his head is like a boulder)  No real harm done fortunately and he did feel suitable abashed about it all:

I’ve already made a start and read and reviewed  some of my March books so let’s take a look at what I’ve got left on my shelf (still quite a few *le gulp* – how did I end up with so many books in the same month *headdesk*.  Anway, I’ll just have to read every spare minute of the day (which isn’t really a bad thing if you ask me).

The Carnival of Ash by Tom Beckerlegge and The City of Dusk by Tara Sim

Pennyblade by JL Worrad and Seven Deaths of an Empire by GR Matthews

Insomnia by Sarah Pinborough and Traitor in the Ice by KJ Maitland

Have you read any of these?  Any thoughts??

Finally I will be picking up another two (at least) of my SPFBO finalists.  With under two months left I need to do some serious reading now (and posting reviews of course).

Hope you all have a good month ahead of you.

8 Responses to “Looking Ahead : March”

  1. maddalena@spaceandsorcery

    I’ve already seen Pennyblade mentioned and I find it very intriguing, while a new Pinborough story never fails to make me pay attention… 😉

  2. Tammy

    Your poor dog, he does look very sorry😁 I also have Pennyblade and City of Dusk coming up. It’s such an over crowded book month but I can’t complain!

  3. mallikabooks15

    Aww, poor doggo! Glad to hear you’re better. Ah those piles, mine’s huge too this month.

  4. theekellybee

    i have heard of maybe two of these books, I am going to have to look up the other ones because the covers are super intriguing.

    my blog: https://blessedmommysc.blogspot.com/

  5. Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

    Aww, who can stay mad at that sweet puppy face? 😀

  6. pagesandtea

    Every time I see the Traitor in the Ice cover it makes me wish I’d read the first book already, so will be interested to know whether this could be read without having done that 🙂

  7. Zezee

    Aww, that pic. He does feel bad about it. Hope your arm continues to get well.

  8. Lexlingua

    I’m glad your arm is better! I’ve fractured my arm before, but that was because of a swivel chair going wrong (not a dog who loves me!). Get well soon, Lynn. And I am eager to see your reviews on Pennyblade and Traitor in the Ice.

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