March was so busy, and now we are at the end of it. Whew. On to the… next month… Oh.

We consume so many books in a month, that we don’t always get the chance to talk about all of our favorites. So, we’ve decided to set aside a monthly post specifically for talking about our favorite reads that would have otherwise flown under the radar.


So last month I said I had a garbage reading month, but I really did not know what I was talking about. Because MARCH?? Was Not Great!! But literally only in the reading sense because other than that, March was a fantastic BLUR. Among other (less important) things, Tree and I attended opening weekend of The Eras Tour and it turned my brain into sparkly purple goo and I have used said brain for very little else since (no regrets). But since I technically read some books this month (literally did not remember past the Taylor-fog) I guess I should mention them. I finally managed to finish my read of the art book I started…after Christmas. It was really pretty and ended up having a lot of good tips, but I’ve been in an unproductive funk I could never make any progress with it until now. I am looking forward to using The Art Journey of Lord Gris as reference on future projects though. And then at the veryyyyy beginning of the month I binged Highly Suspicious and Unfairly Cute by Talia Hibbert. It was great, no notes! More Talia Hibbert please! (and Taylor Swift!)


March was not my best reading month. It was fine and I read some good stuff, but it just wasn’t the best. My favorite read was my first read of the month, All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir. I read this with my local book club and listened to the audiobook. And I loved it. I’ve been a fan of Sabaa since her debut and seeing her move from YA fantasy to YA contemporary so seamlessly was impressive. This book is so well written and the audiobook narrators were excellent. It covers so many important issues and I am glad teens have a book like this. That being said I think adults could benefit from reading this one as well. I also want to mention Coming Home by Sawyer Cole which was an excellent memoir that discusses everything from the Trans Nonbinary experience to Bookstagram (make sure to check TWs). I also read an ARC of Emma Barry’s Funny Guy which is let another friends to lovers story I enjoyed. It releases in May. I also reread Unmasked by the Marquess via audio which was so fun.

What was your favorite read this month?

xoxo, Bree & Tree 

2 thoughts on “FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: March”

  1. I can understand how seeing the opening weekend of The Eras Tour would turn your brain to goo haha. I’m expecting the same results after I see her in May! But I’m glad Highly Suspicious and Unfairly Cute made it to the top of the favorites list. That’s such a cute book. I enjoyed it a lot!


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