This blog post is going to talk through what I’m planning on reading during the month of March (featuring the books I picked up from the library to read!)
The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens
I had planned to read this book last month but didn’t have the time! It’s quite a big book so I think I was a bit ambitious for my February TBR.
This is going to be the first book I pick up this month to make sure that I definitely have the time to read it!
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou
This will be the first Maya Angelou book I have ever read and I didn’t think there would be a more fitting time to read some of her work than the month of International Women’s Day!
And Still I Rise by Maya Angelou (library book)
Another Maya Angelou book – I’ve gone from reading none to reading two in a month (hopefully!) This book is a collection of her poetry featuring one of her most famous poems “And Still I Rise”.
Dickens’ Women by Miriam Margolyes and Sonia Fraser
As a lot of you will probably know, I am a massive fan of Dickens and this book is a celebration of all his female characters written by the wonderful Mirama Margoyles. I’m really excited to read this alongside a Dickens book this month.
The Sittaford Mystery by Agatha Christie (library book)
I said in my February favourites that I wanted to read more Agatha Christie books after really enjoying the latest BBC adaptation of The Pale Horse. This book is set in Dartmoor (a place I studied very close to!) and takes place when six people sit round a table for a séance. This seems a very tense and creepy book and I’m looking forward to reading it.
How To Fail by Elizabeth Day (library book)
I’ve heard a lot about this book from booktube and I’m hoping that it’ll be an incredibly enlightening read and give me a very different perspective on failure – something we all experience. The blurb says the book is part memoir and part manifesto, rich in stories from Elizabeth’s own life which I think will be really interesting to read!
What are you planning to read this month?
Thanks for reading!
Love, Zoë xx