Top 10 Books I'm Reading This SpringTuesday, March 14, 2017
I'm easily distracted today with the heavy snowfall outside my window. It is incredibly hard to even think it may be Spring soon when I'm freezing in my reading corner. However, I hope Spring is coming soon so I can read all the awesome books I have planned to devour.
Voyager by Diana Gabaldon (8/7/01): Outlander books are always a huge undertaking for me because they are monster-sized books. I'm currently reading the sequel to Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber. I absolutely love these books and I want to read the third book before the third season comes out in September so I am all caught up. Wish me luck with this since these books take me a good month to finish.
Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han (5/2/17): When I heard Han was releasing a third book, I was excited! I have no clue where the story will go since I did think it was over in its second book but I have no doubt, the book will be as great as the other two.
Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge (5/5/15): I recently read Cruel Beauty and was pleasantly surprised at how amazing the plot turned out to be. There are just so many Red Riding Hood retellings that I'm a bit hesitant to begin this one but it will be read this spring.
And I Darken by Kiersten White (6/28/16): Ever since I read Paranormalcy, White has become an auto-buy author for me. I bought this one months ago and intended to read it this winter. It hasn't been read yet so I'm going to devour it and hopefully its sequel sometime this spring.
How to Be Brave by E. Katherine Kottaras (11/3/15): I always try to sneak in some cute contemporary books to lighten my spring tbr. I want to read about sunny skies and sunglasses.
Caravel by Stephanie Garber (2/28/17): There is a huge hype surrounding this one and at first, it sounded like something I would read but now I am not so sure. However, I am hoping the hype will die done in the next few months so I can enjoy it without feeling so pressured in reading it and in loving it.
Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh (5/16/17): A Mulan retelling! Next to King's Cage, this book is one of my highly anticipated reads of the year so I am impatiently waiting for it to come on my doorstep. You can bet I will be reading it as soon as it releases.
Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman (2/9/16): I need more pirates in my life and with the sequel coming out, the time to read this one is now.
On the Fence by Kasie West (7/1/14): After reading The Space Between Us and The Fill-In Boyfriend, Kasie West is definitely an auto-buy author for me and somehow I missed this one. Based on the cover, it definitely is giving off some spring or summer vibes so what better time to read it then.
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas (5/5/15): Is is strange that I've never read anything by Maas? I want to read Throne of Glass in the near future but I think I will start with this one.