Spelling March in Books

Hello everybody! Today, I’m continuing on with my series where I spell out the months of the year with book titles, and today we are of course doing March. Next year, I think I’m going to ask for suggestions for each month, so if you want to get in early with some feel free to leave your idea in the comment. Anyway, onto the post!


M is for… Mort the Meek– there are two books in this series so far and they’re really fun, kind of satirical MG comedies about a pacifist named Mort who lives on the island Brutalia, which as you can probably guess from the name is very much not a place that follows pacifist teachings.

A is for… Amari and the Night Brothers– this book has so much hype, and I personally think it lived up to every bit of it. It’s so funny and fresh and there’s a really, really great twist towards the end. I wish the next one hadn’t been pushed back 😦

R is for… Rainbow Grey– this is SUCH a fun book about weather magic (and everyone has their very own unique cloud ANIMAL which I just love), so I wanted to give it a shoutout and I’m super excited to read book 2, hopefully quite soon.

C is for… Crowfall– Vashti Hardy has written quite a few books I’ve really loved, and I think was such an amazing, inventive story that is a mix between fantasy and sci fi and dystopia, which also has some important messages about the environment.

H is for… His Royal Hopeless– this is such a fun, humorous debut fantasy about a boy born into an evil dynasty, who wants nothing more than to just be nice. The tree scene made me laugh SO MUCH!


Thank you so much for reading! Have you read any of the books I’ve mentioned here? Which books do you think you would have chosen? I’d love to chat with you in the comments!

Amy xx 

Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: goldenbooksgirl@gmail.com | she/her

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