March 13, 2023

March Goodreads Update Pt. 1

9 New books on my TBR since my last update. It's fine, I'm fine. Everything's fine.

Snack Thief

The Snack Thief by Andrea Camilleri - This is book 3 in the Montalbano series.

dutch house

The Dutch House by Ann Patchett - I have not idea what prompted me to finally put this on my list. I've liked all the Patchett books I've read, but I hadn't bothered with this one.

Savage Detectives

The Savage Detectives by Roberto Bolano - Wow. Again, I have no idea why this is now on my TBR when I haven't put it on before. I haven't read any Bolano but I expect to like it when I do.

Love Pamela

Love Pamela by Pamela Anderson - I did not know this books was even a thing! I have a massive girl crush on Pamela Anderson and I am stoked to read her memoir.

Community Board

Community Board by Tara Conklin - I heard a review of this on a podcast and it sounded like something I could get down with. On the cover, we have a Little Free Library and a cat. It's gotta be good.

Forbidden Notebook

Forbidden Notebook by Alba de Cespedes - Again I heard about this one on a podcast. It's about a woman in post-war Italy who suddenly realises she is not as fulfilled by her life as a housewife and mother as she was told she would be.


Nujeen: One Girl's Incredible Journey From War-Torn Syria in a Wheelchair by Nujeen Mustafa - This was on a Best Nonfiction of 2022 list. It looks amazing. Nujeen has cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair. This is her story of escaping Syria being pushed by her sister.


Gangland by Chuck Hogan - This is about Chicago gangs in the late 1970s. Apparently, it's about a real mob capo named Tony Accardo.


Trailed: One Woman's Quest to Solve the Shenandoah Murders by Kathryn Miles - Who am I now? I don't normally get into true crime, but I've noticed several have made their way onto my TBR. Interesting.

Anyway, those are the books I've added to my TBR recently. I tend to sit with my book magazines or BookTube videos and keep my Goodreads tab open so I can immediately add books as I hear about them. Now you know.