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This week’s topic: Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR
Because I can never say no to a seasonal TBR list 😉 Not that it’s feeling especially spring-like here where I’m at (we’re in the middle of a snowstorm O_O), but it’s something to look forward to, lol, even if I’m still in the middle of a reading slump (+ work leaving me exhausted these days = I haven’t been reading as much in the last little while O_O )
In no particular order:
- Spiritual Writings by Soren Kierkegaard — A bit of a cheat as I am reading it right now but I did purposely put this book on my spring TBR because it’s my current read for this season of Lent 🙂
- Everything Beautiful Begins After by Simon van Booy — Another cheat as I’m currently reading it but it’s preparation for my trip next month 🙂 Get me in the travelling mood. On another note, I think it’ll alleviating my reading slump a bit, got me hooked from the first page (see my Instagram post).
- Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed — I’m planning on bringing this with me on my trip next month. Heard good things about it and I dunno, I could use a bit of advice *shurgs*
- Who’s That Girl? by Mhairi McFarlane — For something light and fun, I hope to read this sometime this spring.
- The Quiet Gentleman by Georgette Heyer — I’m in the mood for something set in the Regency period or thereabouts. Seeing as I only have a few historicals of this nature on my TBR pile, I think I’ll be picking this book up sometime soon.
- Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien — This was recently longlisted for the Baileys Women Prize 2017 (though it’s been listed for a number of literary awards in the past year) so it’d be nice to read this soon-ish.
- The Accusation by Bandi — Oh man, this book hit headlines as it was smuggled out of North Korea. I’m so curious t read this book. Soon, soon…
- Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt — This book caught my attention as it was adapted into a miniseries here in Canada so I’m curious to read it. It’s always interesting to read a mystery novel set in Canada (or any book of any genre, really, lol).
- The Noise of Time by Julian Barnes — What are the chances that I’ll get around to this book this spring? Seems slim enough…
- The Nest by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney — For a bit of family drama in my reading xD
And that’s my spring TBR list! What books do you plan on reading this season? Let me know, I’d love to check out your list!