Top Ten Tuesday: Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.


This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic: 
Books on My Spring TBR
This is going to be tricky because I don't make TBR lists. I rarely know what I'm going to read book to book. Who knows what I'm going to feel like reading next? Certainly not I. So, here's a list of books that I want to read - more soonish than laterish - that I may or may not read this Spring.


Alex, Approximately - Jenn Bennett
9 Days & 9 Nights - Katie Cotugno
More Than We Can Tell - Brigid Kemmerer
The Smallest Part - Amy Harmon
Keep Her Safe - K.A. Tucker
Leah on the Offbeat - Becky Albertalli
Bittersweet - Sarina Bowen
The Great Alone - Kristin Hannah
Pure - Jennifer L. Armentrout
The Butterfly Project - Emma Scott


Have you read any of these books?
What's on your Spring TBR?

34 comments

  1. Nice list! I just finished The Great Alone last week and it really blew me away. Leah on the Offbeat is also one I can't wait to get my hands on.

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    1. I'm so excited to see you say that about The Great Alone, Suzanne! Kristin Hannah is a favorite and it's good to know that I have another excellent read to look forward to. And Leah on the Offbeat... I'm expecting good things! :)

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  2. I read both Letters to the Lost and More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer and loved them both. Rev's story is just everything, really. I can't wait to see what else Kemmerer comes up with! Her upcoming fantasy novel definitely looks intriguing though. :)

    Also really looking forward to Leah on the Offbeat since I can only imagine how much I'll connect with a female, bisexual and overweight main character. It sounds like perfection.

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    1. Letters to the Lost was so heartbreaking and I just loved Rev as a secondary character. I can't wait to get his story in MTWCT.

      And Leah on the Offbeat... yes! I'm expecting greatness. :)

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  3. I'm really excited about Leah on the Offbeat!! I hope you get a chance to read most of these.

    Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. I'm expecting great things from Leah on the Offbeat. I can't wait to return to the Simon-verse! :)

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  4. I tried to pick out my next reading pile yesterday and I got overwhelmed and freaked out lol

    I think I'll take it day by day ha!

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. LOL Yep, sounds familiar! :) I like the day by day way best. :)

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  5. I'm seeing the Kristin Hannah and the Alex on the Offbeat book everywhere today. They are quite popular!

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    1. Yes they are! I've seen Leah on the Offbeat on a LOT of lists today!

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  6. I can't wait for Leah to come out!

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    1. Same! I just want to return to the Simon-verse. :)

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  7. I am so excited for Leah especially since I read Simon. I totally loved it and can't wait to read it. Nice list.

    I hope you get to read all of these soon 🙂

    My TTT: http://flippingthruthepages.com/2018/03/fifteen-diverse-ya-contemporary-books-written-by-diverse-female-authors-on-my-spring-tbr/

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    1. Thanks! I'm super excited for Leah on the Offbeat. I need more of the Simon gang in my life. :)

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  8. I've not read any of these, nor heard of them. I hope you get to enjoy all of them. My spring tbr is filled with Classics and Fantasy that have been published decades ago...

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    1. I'm getting an itch for a bit of fantasy and I just received one called To Kill a Kingdom. Hopefully it's a hit.

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  9. I've read Pure and I enjoyed it! I love the Ten Tiny Breaths series by K.A. Tucker but have yet to read Keep Her Safe.

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    1. JLA is one of my favorites and yet for some reason I still haven't completed the Covenant series. Looove the Ten Tiny Breaths series from Tucker! ♥

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  10. Gah so many good ones here!! I enjoyed the KA Tucker, Jenn Bennet, Sarina Bowen and Brigid Kemmerer books. I need Leah on the Offbeat, the new Kristin Hannah, Amy Harmon and 9 Days & 9 Nights. Hope you get to these!!

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    1. I screwed up my Overdrive loan of the Kristin Hannah book and, long story short, had to return it and put it back on reserve. I'm now #90. LOL Guess I'll work on the others on my list first. :)

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  11. THE GREAT ALONE will break your heart! It's bleak and sad but also hopeful and beautiful. I hope you love it. I did.

    Happy TTT!

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    1. I am so ready for The Great Alone, Susan! I feel like *every* Kristin Hannah book breaks my heart. But in the best way possible. :)

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  12. oh I want to hear about ALL THESE BOOK! Because you reviews are amazing no matter what the genre is and whether I read it or not :) I'm very curious about what you'll think of The Great Alone! I hear dis fantastic! and YAY for pure! I know you were looking forward to continue the series :)

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    1. Is this Make Tanya Feel Good Day and I didn't know about it? :) Consider yourself hugged, my friend. I am crazy excited for The Great Alone. I put it on hold through Overdrive way before it released so my number came up fairly quickly. But then I screwed up (long story but I used the wrong account) and had to return it and put it on hold again. Now I'm #90. Gah! Luckily I have plenty to read until then! :)

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  13. I'm the same way. My TBR is more like guidelines. :) These look great though- I liked the Cotugno book I read and will no doubt read more of her stuff. Also Alex, Approximately is one I want to get to.

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    1. Um, I'm thinking you and me are the last two people who haven't read Alex, Approximately. Maybe we should make that a priority. LOL

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  14. LOL, a mood reader. That is me to a certain extent. I have a list of review books I need to have read by a certain time and I do put them on a calendar, but I frequently will snatch one out of order b/c it has more appeal at the time.

    I've read Keep Her Safe and Alex Approximately from your list and loved them both. I plan to eventually start that Jennifer Armentrout series.

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    1. I'm excited for Keep Her Safe since Tucker is one of my favorites. And I swear I feel like the last person alive who hasn't read Alex, Approximately. LOL

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  15. Read Alex, you won't regret it. It's so wonderful, and Bennett's new one is stupendous as well. More Than We Can Tell was great. Rev <3 OMG! Bittersweet is on a very short list of contemporary romances that earned 5-stars from me. Honestly, that whole series is quite wonderful. And YES! 9 Days & 9 Nights. I can't wait! You know I liked the Butterfly Project as well. Be prepared to cry a little. I know I did.

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    1. I know, I know! LOL I don't know why in the world I keep grabbing other books ahead of Alex. I swear it's going to happen SOON. :) I'm so excited for Bittersweet - and the whole series, really. Contemporary romance is my #1 genre and Sarina Bowen is a total favorite so it's sure to be a winner. And The Butterfly Project... bring on the Kleenex!

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  16. Alex just looks so good. Such a captivating cover. And Bowen. Ahh she is awesome. Happy reading this Spring :)

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    1. Alex looks totally cute - and gets raves reviews. And Sarina Bowen... she has quickly become a favorite. She writes characters that I just fall in love with. :)

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  17. I've been holding out on the Amy Harmon book, but it's at the top of my list. It's Amy Harmon for goodness sakes. The woman could write anything!

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    1. I’ve only read two by Amy Harmon so far but she’s already a favorite. From Sand and Ash was *phenomenal*.

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