Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Spring is coming...right?

Top Ten Tuesday is weekly meme created by the lovely folks at The Broke and the Bookish. They created it because they're "particularly fond of lists" and since I also enjoy lists, I've decided to participate in this fun feature.

While it may not feel like spring is coming any time soon in my corner of the world (as I write this it's -5 Celsius (23 Fahrenheit), feeling like -10 (14). That's definitely not the coldest we've felt this winter (oh, how that would be wonderful) but it's so cold for mid-March! So, this week's TTT topic is a welcome one. What books will I be reading this spring? Whenever it decides to show up, that is. I started my list and realized it looked a lot like this list, the books I was looking forward to most in 2014. Instead of repeating that list, I decided to give you a peek into my actual spring TBR list. And by spring I mean the next two months. I have two on the go right now (yes, I'm cheating so I don't take up some of my numbers!), Middlemarch (from the library and so I can read and understand, My Life in Middlemarch) and The Golden Apple (for an upcoming tour) and many more to get to asap. Which is why this list is actually a top fifteen! Eek! What are you most looking forward to reading this spring? Are there any books you've been meaning to read for forever that you think you'll finally get to in the next couple of months? Links lead to Goodreads.

When Girlfriends Take Chances - Savannah Page
Just Destiny - Theresa Rizzo

A Mad, Wicked Folly - Sharon Biggs Waller
Never Have I Ever - Katie Heaney
The Fault in Our Stars - John Green

Country Heaven - Ava Miles
The Here and Now - Ann Brashares
The Travelling Tea Shop - Belinda Jones

Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - J.K. Rowling

White Lies - Emily Harper
Til St. Patrick's Day - Holly Gilliat
Getting Rooted in New Zealand - Jamie Baywood

(Novel Escapes is the other blog I write for)
Northanger Abbey - Val  McDermid
The Other Summer Girl - Sarah Towne


  1. New follower, hi! I loved The Fault In Our Stars so much. I pretty much hated Looking For Alaska though... :/

  2. The Prisoner of Azkaban was probably my favorite Harry Potter. I definitely want to read The Travelling Tea Shop and The Fault in Our Stars. Great list!

  3. Gah!! The Traveling Tea Shop! I forgot about that one! I need to find my Kobo :( Or just break down and buy a new one so that I can read it from Netgalley :(


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