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March TBR | Booksmagick


It’s been some time since I last had a TBR – well, I almost never stick to it anyway but it’s still nice to have one 😀 Not sure how well I’m going to be able to stick to it this month because I start a new job tomorrow as well. Motivation might waver but I’ll try my best 🙂

I kept my TBR light for March and only realise now that all of these books are LGBTQ+ in some way or another. Entirely coincidental, though.

Spellhacker by M.K. England

I loved The Distasters by them and had to wait for such a long time to get my greedy hands on a copy of Spellhacker. It has all you could ever want: a heist, humour, sarcasm (probably) and queer characters.

Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir

Yes I know, I had this on my TBR before and never got to it. Maybe March will be the magic month? I mean, necromancers and lesbians? Gotta read!

Me Being Me Is Exactly As Insane As You Being You by Hasak-Lowy

A book written entirely in lists. I think I started this once in a bookshop when I had to pass some time but never got back to it. The main character deals with existence and a father who has just come out as gay.

The Steel Remains by Richard Morgan

Not sure how this is LGBTQ+ but I found it in a queer bookshop. Three people are forced to work together when the Empire that has never done anything for them calls upon them. Love the description of the protagonists: ‘Anti-social, anti-heroic, and decidedly irritated’. This is gonna be fun!


What are you planning to read this month? Your TBRs are probably twice as big as mine 😀 Drop me a comment.

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