My goal this month is 8+ books (always more than the previous month).

I should be able to accomplish it, with the head start that I already have with 3 books.

My current reads are:

I’m also really excited to announce that I’m doing a buddy read with Hannah (aka @BookNerdNative) this month! Neither of us has started The Mortal Instruments so we decided to get started with City of Bones.

I’m reading all the books I mentioned above on Kindle, and I also wanted to read some of the books I have had on my bookshelf for a while. You can see them on the featured image (on the left) too:

They have all been sitting on my shelf for quite some time now, but I’m not very psyched about reading them… yet, so I’ll see how it goes.

I’m also expecting some books to arrive this month. This is the first time I’ve bought physical books in a while, so I’m quite excited. I have ordered these 3 books that I’m very interested about from Amazon:

If they arrive on time this month, I’m definitely reading all of them. I also ordered 3 books from Better World Books which I recently found out offers FREE shipping to every country. The whole concept of this bookstore is extremely eco-friendly, so they have both new and used books for sale. Though they don’t have many of the popular books in store, the variety to choose from is still really great. They may be used books, but the reviews that I’ve seen (and the people I’ve talked to) are mostly quite happy with the conditions of their books.

However, these probably won’t arrive on time for me to read this month. It’s going to take several weeks for them to get here (but it’s free shipping though!).

My 2 other TBR are the rest of the HP series, which I failed to finish last month.

So as you can see… I don’t exactly have a clear March TBR. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not, but I kind of want to keep my reading ‘spontaneous’ 🙂



  1. Oh my gosh, your photos are so gorgeous! And I love your outfits! Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix is probably my favorite HP installment. As for TMI, I hope you enjoy those when you begin to buddy read them. Cassandra Clare books are my absolute favorite. However, I recommend you reading TMI and TID at the same time if you can-and in publication order. There are spoilers for both if you don’t read them in that order. But feel free to do with what you’re comfortable with. It’s just a suggestion! ^.^ And Wuthering Heights was an okay classic for me; I loved Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre much more. Regardless, I hope you enjoy!

    Happy reading and blogging,
    Summer at Xingsings

    • Thank you so much! ☺️ akshajjd *blushes*
      Thanks for the Clare recommendation ?
      Thanks overall for all your comments!! ?

  2. Yaay! So excited you’re finally reading Goose Girl! Also Harry Potter ?❤️❤️❤️!!! I haven’t reread the series in years – I actually don’t own all the books, so I’m slowly rewatching the movies. Have you seen the movies yet? Also, definitely watch the movies for The Hobbit! It might make it a little easier to understand what’s going on! ?

    • I didn’t know Goose Girl was so popular! I’ve literally have that for 8+ years on my shelf now. I have seen the HP films until #5 I think? I don’t want to watch the rest till I finish the books. And thanks for the tip about the Hobbit, I’ll most likely do that ? though I’m not exactly very keen on doing so ? maybe if I actually paid attention to the plot I’ll find it interesting. Thanks Sakina ☺️?

  3. I think you’ll love Tolkien! (As I’ve said before lol). Goose Girl is also pretty good, but its been a while since I’ve read it. Harry Potter, of course, is amazing.

    • I actually bought Goose Girl as a kid like 7 years ago? And never opened the book ? I really hope I can follow through Tolkien this time, considering that I found the plot a bit too overwhelming the first time (probably due to my ignorance). Thanks for your opinions ? You’re always so helpful Camryn ?

      • I have so many books just sitting on my shelf, so you are not alone!
        Don’t feel bad, the Lord of the Rings didn’t make much sense to me until I read The Silmarillion. Then theres just weird stuff like Galadriel is Elrond’s son-in-law, Aragorn is his great, great, great (times about 1000) nephew, and Galadriel and Celeborn are cousins. If you have questions there is no shame in googling them or asking me.

  4. Yay for finishing the Harry Potter series this month (hopefully, the books are quite immense)! I read City of Bones a while back and I just couldn’t get into the series. Hopefully you have more luck with it than me! I’ll have to check out Better World Books. There is another site called Thrift Books that recycles books and I ordered from them once and I didn’t like the condition of 2/3 of the books. One was written in and the other wasn’t the cover I ordered! Oh well, hopefully BWB is better.

    • Aww thank you for reading my post!
      The only reason I’m starting the Shadowhunters series is due to its massive popularity… I’m curious about what all the fuss is about.
      I’m hoping the books from BWB are as in good condition as they claim to be. The website enables you to see how ‘good’ the used books are – acceptable/ used good/ used very good, etc. which should be good enough of a reference. Good luck with that ?