Book Haul – March 2023

This month was absolutely bonkers for book acquisitions. My Book Outlet order arrived, and it was so heavy I could barely lift the box. lol. Gotta love those great sales. I also went a bit wild on Pango, but I also sold a couple things on there… So, it evens out right? (No. It really doesn’t, especially since I bought way more than I sold.) All of my library holds arrived at the same time, as usual. On the bright side, I’ve already read and returned all the library books in this post. Yay me! 🙂 So, the books aren’t getting added to my ever-expanding TBR. Luckily, this was a pretty quiet ARC month, as well. My self control in that regard is still holding pretty steady. Fingers crossed that continues because the last thing I need right now is to add a new stack of ARCs to the mix.


Digital Purchases (Audiobooks & ebooks)

Physical Purchases

Library Books

Are any of these books on your TBR? Have you read any of them? If so, let me know in the comments!

16 thoughts on “Book Haul – March 2023

  1. That’s a lot of books (it’s so nice to treat yourself)! 😍 I’m also impressed that you read all the library books you’ve mentioned because that’s *a lot* of books too, haha! I do recall seeing a few of the reviews you wrote for them in your weekly wrap-ups and I’ve added a few to my TBR as well. I hope you continue enjoying all the books you haven’t read yet!

    • Yay! I’m glad I could help add some more to your TBR. 🙂 Last month was crazy busy on the reading front. I cannot believe I finished all those library books either. As for the purchases, Book Outlet and Pango are horrible for my bank account.

  2. That’s a really impressive book haul for one month. I love the Outlet delivery which has some brilliant books in it. I loved Vespertine especially. Modesitt has always been one of my auto buy authors but I didn’t really enjoy Isolate and I haven’t bothered to get the next one yet. I’ll be interested to hear what you think when you get round to reading them.

    • I’m really looking forward to Vespertine. I loved Sorcery of Thorns, and it’s the same author. So, I couldn’t pass it up. 🙂 I’ve never read anything by Modesitt before, but it looked interesting. They had them both for $6. So, I figured why not. Lol

  3. Wow, that’s a lot of books, but I feel you. If I could live off of books, I would spend my life in a bookstore instead of running grocery errands. 😂

    Through the Illumicrate box I received The Lies We Sing to the Sea on Tuesday. Also, Violet Made of Thorns and Legendbornare on my TBR.

    How did you enjoy Daisy Jones & The Six? I was fascinated by it, when it came out and back then I hoped the band would have really existed, just to listen to their songs. I haven’t checked out the series yet, because I don’t want to be disappointed by it.

  4. I definitely have some of these books in my TBR: Jade Fire Gold (bought a while ago, oops!), Lies We Sing to the Sea, Vespertine, Legendborn, and quite a few more. That’s a nice haul you have for March! I’m always impressed by the number of your book acquistions, but I know you read faster than I can, so again, I have confidence you’ll be able to get through a lot of these sooner rather than later haha.

    I have Forged By Blood in my ARC list, too. August is absolutely stacked and if I want to stay sane I probably should tackle some of them in the next couple of months, eek.

    • Yeah. This month was a lot mostly because of Book Outlet, Pango purchases, and library holds. Who knows when I’ll actually get to all the ones I bought. Lol. I read fast… but not that fast.

      I have intentionally been avoiding NetGalley. Lol. I think I only have two for August so far, and I’m hoping to keep it that way.

  5. This is such an amazing haul!! I haven’t had a big haul in a while and now I’m kind of jealous. haha!! I am blown away that you have already read and returned all the library books! Awesome!!

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