My Exciting & Challenging March Reading Plans | 5 star predictions & one potential dnf | Summary and Q&A

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My Exciting & Challenging March Reading Plans | 5 star predictions & one potential dnf

TL;DR

Jesse shares her March TBR, including anticipated releases like "Salt the Water" and "I Feed Her to the Beast," as well as her book club picks.

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Questions & Answers

Q: What is "Salt the Water" about?

"Salt the Water" is a contemporary novel about a non-binary black teenager named Cerulean, who drops out of school after a fight with a teacher and must navigate the consequences of their choice.

Q: Why is "I Feed Her to the Beast" an anticipated release?

"I Feed Her to the Beast" is a black girl horror novel set in the world of ballet, which appeals to Jesse's love for dark, moody stories and the buzzword "dark beauty industry."

Q: What is the theme of "Break the Cycle"?

"Break the Cycle" is a non-fiction book by Dr. Mariel Bu that explores intergenerational healing, particularly for people of color, and addresses trauma and mental health.

Q: What is "The Tempest of Tea" about?

"The Tempest of Tea" is a new release by Hafsah Faizal, the author of "We Hunt the Flame." It follows Arthie Casmir, a criminal mastermind whose tea room transforms into an illegal blood house catering to vampires feared by society.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Jesse is in the process of renovating her house, but she's still excited to share her March TBR.

  • She includes anticipated releases like "Salt the Water" and "I Feed Her to the Beast."

  • Jesse also mentions her book club picks, "Stars in Your Eyes" and "Just Happy to Be Here."

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