It’s March!

Well, my unintentional break is finally over! How is everyone doing? Can you believe it’s March?

The start of 2021 has been a bit rocky for me to say the least. I think the monotony of life with COVID has finally caught up with me. That plus turning 30 had kind of killed my motivation to do a lot of my hobbies that I typically enjoy. What I really need is a vacation away from home, but with COVID, that is unlikely to happen anytime soon. So I changed up my planning and journaling system. Hopefully, some change in my life will help to motivate me to keep moving forward.

Most Anticipated February and March Releases

Anyway, let’s switch gears and talk books. Here are my top anticipated releases for February and March. Be sure to share your picks and your thoughts on my picks if you have read them already. 🙂

1. Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano (2/2): I actually already read this thanks to my local library. I have enjoyed a lot of Elle Cosimano’s YA releases. So I was interested in seeing what’d she do with her first adult release, and it didn’t disappoint. It was a very fun mystery.

2. A Taste for Love by Jennifer Yen (2/2): I’m personally not a huge fan of the bachelorette, but the idea of a bake-off competition turning into a bachelorette type situation where all of the contestants are young men hand-picked by your mother to date sounds simply hilarious. Definitely can’t wait to pick this one up!

3. Bridge of Souls by Victoria Schwab (3/2): This is book 3 in the Cassidy Blake series. I absolutely enjoyed the first two. So I don’t think it’s any surprise that I’m excited about the 3rd book. I think what’s most shocking is that I haven’t tried to read any of her other books yet… I really should try branching out.

4. Back in the Burbs by Avery Flynn and Tracy Wolff (3/30): I have enjoyed works by both Avery Flynn and Tracy Wolff previously, and Back in the Burbs sounds like a fun read. A down on her luck woman finds herself inheriting and moving to a home in the suburbs with many HOA violations, and of course, there’s a hot, grumpy neighbor. It definitely sounds like a recipe for LOL moments while reading.