Top 10 Books on my Spring TBR

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Happy first day of spring. It doesn’t look like spring outside, with feet upon feet of snow out there but we can pretend that we’re basking in the sun, starting our gardening, cleaning out our closets and, of course, picking out a TBR pile for the season. I’m very much a mood reader so I may not get to all the books I hope to get to this spring. However, after finding a love for read-a-thons this month, maybe I’ll be able to finish all of these books and more. One can dream, at least.

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week's topic is: Top 10 Books On My Spring To Be Read List:

The Way You Make Me Feel by Maureen Goo: I just purchased I Believe in a Thing Called Love and this one releases May 8th. From what I’ve heard, Goo’s book reads like a k-drama so I’m unbelievably excited to see for myself! Plus these books with all their feels sounds like spring to me.

The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater: I read The Raven Boys sometime last spring and really enjoyed it. Immediately after, I went out and bought the completed series and, as most series (why can’t I ever finish series!), it just sits on my shelf unread. I’m hoping to finish the whole series this spring.

Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh: I adored the Wrath and the Dawn duology and had to get a copy of Flame in the Mist when it first released last year. Unfortunately, it got mixed reviews so I pushed it to the back of my TBR. With the sequel coming out soon, I’m hoping to give this one a go to see if I’m continuing in the series.

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll: One of my bookish goals of the new year is to read more classics. I’ve been holding off on reading Heartless by Marissa Meyer until I read the classic, so hopefully I get to this soon!

One Paris Summer by Denise Grover Swank: I found this a while ago in a bargain bin and since it’s set in Paris, I couldn’t pass it up. Usually, I leave my traveling romances for summer but if I have time, I might move this up on my TBR.

You Are Here by Jennifer E. Smith: I’ve been making my way through Jennifer E. Smith’s books and they’re just so adorable. I’m not one for road trips but I’m interested to see what Smith brings to the book.

War Storm by Victoria Aveyard: This releases in May. As much as I’m not ready for it because I’m still a bit angry at the last book. Cal, how could you? Of course, it’s on the top of my TBR when I can get a copy.

The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion: Another bookish goal for this year is to finish more series. I’m hoping to finish the Don Tillman duology as well as several other book series that are sitting on my shelves.

The Fandom by Anna Day: Why isn’t more people talking about this one? It sounds absolutely fantastic! A group of friends go to Comic Con. While there, somehow they are transported into their actual fandom where they accidently kill the main character and try to continue the story as the protagonist themselves. The book releases in April.

Ever the Hunted by Erin Summerhill: The covers for this series are so gorgeous! I’m always trying to read more fantasy—so hopefully, putting this on the list will push me to read this one and several more of the same genre.

What books are you reading this spring?

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  1. Ooh nice picks! I am hoping to get caught up with Red Queen once all the books are out...mostly because I know I can't get to it in time for the release with the other books in my queue! Lol! Hope you enjoy all these lovelies!

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  2. I recently read Heartless and it's just as clever and exciting as The Lunar Chronicles. I have read Alice in Wonderland and I think that made me appreciate all Meyer's clever details and connections to the original story that much more. That being said, it's a weird tale, but also fun :) Hope you enjoy it!

  3. Oh these are all brilliant picks for this week. I really love The Dream Thieves (actually I love the whole of The Raven Cycle series) and Flame in the Mist so I hope you enjoy them both as well.
    Great post, and happy reading. :)

  4. Oh good picks! I tried to read The Raven Cycle but just didn't get into it. I know I should give it another try-everyone loves it!

  5. Awesome list!! I met Maurene Goo last year and absolutely loved I Believe in a Thing Called Love. I can’t wait to get my hand on her new book. It’s sounds so adorable and cute.

  6. I too am a mood reader, but I still love making lists. :) I too can't wait to read The Way You Make Me Feel. :) Great list!

  7. OHMY the Raven Boys are one of the series that 100% make me feel things whenever I read them. I hope you enjoy finishing the series it's a real treat to get through them all. I have a hard time finishing series' myself but this was one I didn't regret in the slightest. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier!