Anticipated Releases: March 2019

Happy Thursday Storytellers! February’s death is fast approaching, but to make up for us getting that much farther into 2019 (which I hope is going great for you all!) the Book fairies have granted us mere mortals a bounty of books to be released in the month of March!

My anticipated releases for March are about the same size as this months own, but I feel like I am missing tons of goodies due to me constantly being in a valentine’s day candy coma–so if you have any books you can’t wait to read that come out next month, throw ’em at me!

With that said, let’s munch on some heart-shaped Reese’s and get on into my happy dance!

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Good Reading Habits Tag

Tag days are literally the best days. I don’t know if you guys know this but Tags are slowly becoming a guilty pleasure of mine to do. So thank you Kal @ Reader Voracious for tagging me in this one and feeding my addiction!


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1- I Make Reading a Priority

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Mini-Reviews Monday #6

Mini-Reviews Monday is a monthly series in which I attempt to get caught up on reviews in bulk. These reviews are a highlight reel instead of an in-depth look into my time reading these novels. If you would like an in-depth version of my review, let me know in the comments!

The Mermaid's Voice Returns in This One (Women Are Some Kind of Magic, #3)The Mermaid’s Voice Returns In This One by Amanda Lovelace

Genres: Poetry
Publisher: Andrews McMeel
Publication Date: March 5th 2019
Source: Netgalley
Format: eARC
Rating: fangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstars

Amanda Lovelace will forever be apart of my favorite poets list. Her words are always gripping, raw, and powerful–and this poetry collection is no exception. Unlike previous collections in the series, this one felt more…everywhere–like their wasn’t a set direction we were heading but rather it was jumbled and all over the place. I am not sure if this was intentional and a way to imitate how life can be jumbled and messy; but I don’t think I was a huge fan of this aspect. Lovelace also incorporated poetry from other poets within this collection which is also a new aspect within the series. I didn’t mind this integration of other’s works as it brought a fresh and different perspective to the heavy topics that Lovelace tackles in her poetry. Overall though I really did enjoy this one and found several of her poems that spoke to me on a deeper level than others.

CW: child abuse, gun violence, intimate partner abuse, sexual assault, eating disorders, self-harm, suicide, alcohol, trauma, death, violence, fire.
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Anti-Valentine’s Day Tag

It’s no longer Valentines day (or what I affectionately call ‘Single Awareness Day’) but it is V-day Candy Discounted Day! So this tag is still relevant! Thank you to Soph for tagging me in this! If you guys haven’t waddled to her site, Bookwyrming Thoughts, I HIGHLY suggest it! Soph and her co-blogger/conspirator, Lupe, are gems and they make amazing content!

Now grab the candy I know you bought in bulk at midnight and let’s answer some questions!

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  • Link back to the blog that tagged you!
  • Answer the 10 anti-Valentine’s Day questions provided.
  • Come up with your own 10 anti-Valentine’s questions for blogs you tag.
  • Tag ten other bloggers to do the tag!

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