March 2019 TBR

 

At the beginning of each month, I usually share some of the books I’d like to delve into. Below are some of the titles I have selected to read in March:

  1. Gandhi /Ramachandra Guha
  2. Less /Andrew Sean Greer
  3. Crazy Rich Asians /Kevin Kwan
  4. Seven 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle /Stuart Turton
  5. The Source of Self Regard Essays /Toni Morrison
  6. Half Brother /Laars Saabye Christensen
  7. Persepolis /Marjane Satrapi
  8. Arab of the Future Part 1, 2, 3 Riad Satouf
  9. Holiday /Stanley Middleton
  10. Heat and Dust / Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
  11. Saville /David Story
  12. Staying On /Paul Scott
  13. The Sea, The Sea /Iris Murdoch
  14. Go Tell It On The Mountain /James Baldwin
  15. The Truth About Parallel Lines /Jill D. Block (Blog review) 
  16. So Much Life Left Over /Louis De Bernieres
  17. Miracle Creek /Angie Kim
  18. The Day The Sun Died /Yan Lianke
  19. Once Upon A River /Diane Setterfield
  20. Kissing Max Holden /Katie Upperman
  21. Better With Age /Phyllis Strupp
  22. Man In A  Hurry /Paul Murand
  23. Why We Work /Barry Schwartz (cannot access)
  24. Together Apart /Natalie K Martin

Click to watch the video where I share even more books that I have on my reading plans.

And if you’d like to read with me, sign up for the Runwright Reads Book club and order a card with the schedule of books that we’ll be discussing in 2019

Updates: As the month progresses, I usually come back and update this post to reflect how many of books I have read. A red highlight indicates that I have finished a title, and if I have already reviewed it, there will be a link where you can read or watch my discussion of the book.

What do you think? I'd love to hear your thoughts as well.

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