Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: Books on My Spring TBR

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Let's be honest: my TBR pile is ridiculous. So, for the purposes of this post, I'm going with ten books already in my possession that I hope to read before the end of the school year. And yes, you've seen some of these on previous Top Ten Tuesday posts. Here we go ...

If You Only Knew by Jamie Ivey

I've been wanting to read this one ever since it released, and, thanks to Blendy, now I can! I also have a deadline, as she wants the book back when she comes home for Easter.

No One Ever Asked by Katie Ganshert

I'll be honest: I've put off reading this one for a while because I know it's going to be heavy. Good, but heavy. But I'm on the launch team, and it releases early next month, so I've gotta get on it ASAP!

Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld

After having this book on my wish list forever, I finally snagged it when the ebook was on sale around Christmas. Now I just have to find the time to read it!

Unblemished by Sara Ella

The third book in this trilogy releases later this year. I think it's high time I get this one read in preparation!

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

My goal was to have this read by last weekend so I could pass it along to Blendy when I saw her. I failed.

The Pirate Bride by Kathleen Y’Barbo

This book just arrived in the mail yesterday. I don't know much about it, but I love the cover!

The Writing Desk by Rachel Hauck

Here's the thing about Rachel Hauck's books: as soon as I start reading them, I love them. But for some reason, they're not usually the books I go for when I'm looking for something to read, which explains why this has been on my shelf for the last six months ...

A Light on the Hill by Connilyn Cossette

This is the book that I'll probably read next. I read Cossette's Wings of the Wind last year and loved it. This book, the first in Cossette's new Cities of Refuge series, is about Moriyah, a character I loved in Wings of the Wind.

The Engagement Plot by Krista Phillips

With my love for the Bachelor franchise, you'd think I'd have read this book the instant it arrived on my doorstep. Instead, it's been hanging out on my bookshelf. I think it'll be a quick read, so I should really just give it a go.

Artemis by Andy Weir

I loved The Martian, but I've heard that Artemis isn't as good, which has made me hesitant to read it. Still, sometimes I love books others hate (and vice versa), so I should give it a shot.

What books are on your Spring TBR? Out of my list, which should I read first?

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  1. You have a great variety of books on your list! I have heard great things on, The Hate U Give!

    Here’s my TTT: https://booksarethenewblackblog.wordpress.com/2018/03/20/top-10-tuesday-books-on-spring-tbr/

    1. It is a very eclectic mix, isn't it? Thanks for stopping by, Leslie. Heading over to check out your list now :-)

  2. Artemis is still really fun. Happy reading! :)

    Lauren @ Always Me

    1. That's good to hear, Lauren! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. I am here to formally lobby for "To All the Boys I Loved Before." READ IT SO WE CAN DISCUUUUUUUUUS!

    1. I KNOW!!! So many books, so little time. How about this ... I promise to read the book before I see you again.

    2. Well, I broke that promise! Let's see if I can read it before I see you next time 😆


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