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March ‘17 TBR List

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March ‘17 TBR List

Y'all, it takes real self-control to avoid making terrible jokes about "marching over to your bookshelf" or "stories that put a spring in your step" when it comes to this month's TBR post.*

Take a tour of our March stacks below and then hit us up with your own TBR list in the comments!

*Apparently, I lack real self control.

Mandy C.

Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde
Turn-ons: Positive geekery, LGTBQ relationship

Freya by Matthew Laurence
Turn-ons: Norse mythology, "elements of fantasy and sci-fi in a modern-world setting"

Traitor to the Throne (Rebel of the Sands #2) by Alwyn Hamilton
Turn-ons: Sequel to Rebel of the Sands, more from Alwyn Hamilton, djinni meet mutants

Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner
Turn-ons: Jeff Zentner's patented "break your heart in the best way" writing, exploration of grief

The Ship Beyond Time (The Girl From Everywhere #2) by Heidi Heilig
Turn-ons: Sequel to The Girl from Everywhere, time pirates, a "mythical utopia"

Wires and Nerve, Volume 1 (Wires and Nerve #1) by Marissa Meyer
Turn-ons: Revisiting the Lunar Chronicles universe, Iko-centric story, graphic novel

Here We Are: Feminism for the Real World by various authors/artists
Turn-ons: Important and timely topic, diverse viewpoints on feminism

Rosemary

A Psalm For Lost Girls by Katie Bayerl
Turn-ons: Saints, sisters, small towns and mysteries

The Principles Behind Flotation by Alexandra Teague
Turn-ons: Magically appearing oceans, cute artists and Arkansas (my state!)

Note from the Editor: That magnificent creature's name is Lula, and I have already requested that she serve as the book model every month.

Lacey

Half Wild (Half Bad #2) by Sally Green
Turn-ons: More Nathan Byrn and [hopefully] Gabriel

Nemesis (Nemesis #1) by Brendan Reichs
Turn-ons: asteroid hurtling toward earth, science fiction thriller, clones?

Jennie

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
Turn-ons: Magic, librarians, and Laini Taylor's gorgeous prose.

Stephanie

Gardenia​ by Kelsey Sutton​
​Turn-ons: ​Girl sees death countdowns, murders, mystery, fate

Someone to Hold by Mary Balogh
​Turn-ons: ​Romance, riches-to-rags, orphans

The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon
​Turn-ons: ​Entire book set in 24 hours, karaoke, NYC, immigrants, good chemistry

Emperor Mage by Tamora Pierce
​Turn-ons: ​Spying, political relations, dinosaur bones

Mandy W.

The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco
Turn-ons: Magic, accidental necromancy, Filipina author

Wonderful Feels Like This by Sara Lövestam
Turn-ons: Jazz, unlikely friendship, cool senior citizens, translated from Swedish

Brian

Setting Free the Kites by Alex George
Turn-ons: 1970s, Missouri author

Posh Deluxe's photo About the Author: Sarah lives in Austin, TX, where she programs films at the Alamo Drafthouse. Sarah enjoys fancy cocktails, dance parties and anything that sparkles (except vampires).