#KillYourTBR2017: What the Bookish Community Read in March

#KillYourTBR2017: What the Bookish Community Read in March

Which decade did you travel back to for our March reading challenge? Here, ten Bookish readers share the titles they picked up.

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“I have never read To Kill a Mockingbird so, since it was published the year I was born, that was my pick.” —Karen

“My March read is Blubber by Judy Blume.”—Teresa B

“I figured now was the time to read The Color of Magic for March’s #killyourtbr2017 challenge.” —Kirsty Herrington

“I’m an 80s baby so I chose The Women of Brewster Place.” —L Dot Marie

“I’m a 90s kid. I looked through the stack of books I plan to read this month, and one of them is indeed a 90s book! WIN. I’ll be reading a book from one of my favorite childhood series, The Saddle Club. This one is called Summer Rider.” —Tarissa

“Loved your suggestions! As a child of the 70s, I’ll take on Jaws.” —Susie

“I was planning on reading The Handmaid’s Tale this month anyway (before the show spoils anything for me). And it fits with March’s challenge!” —Natalie

“Bonus points for the year you were born, right? I’m reading One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest!” —Samantha E.

“I’ve read it before, but I’m rereading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” —Stephanie

“I’m reading The Flame and the Flower!” —Eloisa


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