In March, IndieAthon takes place and I couldn’t be more excited! Last week I showed you some book recommendations from me and some of my bookish friends and today, I’m going to be talking about the books I am going to read! I have a long list of books I’m hoping to get to but probably won’t. I’ve decided to not use the bingo card, because I TRIED and high-key failed to fit the books I wanted to read to the card. I might add the books to the bingo card after I read them, but it’s not working for me! And with my history of failing at bookish bingo cards, it’s not a big surprise to be honest haha.
No way I’m going to get through all of these but I really want to! A couple are lower priority but I really do want to read them all. But then I also have some ARCs I need to get to, I have a buddy read book and a book club book I need to get to. SO MUCH TO READ and yet not enough time.
- No More Heroes by Michelle Kan – This is about aro-ace superheroes and I couldn’t be more excited!!
- The Collective by R.S. Williams – Pirates, time travel, secret agents and friendship: sounds amazing!
- We Go Forward by Alison Evans – Two girls are both travelling, meet in Berlin and become friends and it just sounds amazing (plus, there’s an aro-ace MC so I’m happy).
- Power by Lisa Lagaly – I read the first book in this series a while ago and loved it! I can’t wait to see what will happen next!
- Chameleon Moon by RoAnna Sylver – I have yet to find a single person that didn’t love this book and SO many people have recommended it so I better read it!
- Survivors’ Dawn by Ashley Warren – This comes across as an New Adult version of The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed and I absolutely loved that book so I can’t wait for this one!
- Phaethon by Rachel Sharp – I got this book a while back in a giveaway and I never got around to reading it! It sounds like fun, and it has hackers and fae 🙂
- The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic – This is probably one of the most popular self-published books I’ve come across and it sounds really interesting, so it better be good!
- Not Your Sidekick by C.B. Lee – I’ve had this book on my radar for a while and I’ve heard so many good things about it! I mean, who doesn’t want to read about diverse superheroes and villains?