Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic is Spring TBR. Now, I realize that I am actually in control of my reading now, but I am making no promises that I will actually include these books in my monthly TBRs this season. Like, these are just the ones I feel like reading TODAY. When I make a TBR, my mood might be completely different. Anyway, here we go!
Wow. I don't even know where to start. Can I just link my Goodreads TBR and call it good? No? Fine.
I have tried out several methods of choosing books. I thought about just doing the first 10 books on my TBR. Then I thought about choosing spring books. Not feeling it. Then I thought about choosing one book from each 10 pages of TBR. Wow. So, I've decided to focus on reading some more on my series. I'll be finishing up a series this month with the book I'm reading with my dancer. Maybe I can make some progress on some series.
Heartstopper Vol. 4 by Alice Oseman - This will come as no surprise as it has been on my library hold list for months. With this one I'll be caught up to the series.
Jane and the Year Without a Summer by Stephanie Barron - Why haven't I read this yet???? I am beyond excited that there is another in this series. Barron had out with writing some other historical fiction. It was better than expected. But I'm so glad to have another Jane Austen mystery.
A Vow So Bold and Deadly by Brigid Kemmerer - This is another one that will finish off a trilogy for me. I love this author, so I'm looking forward to it.
The Hawthorne Legacy by Jennifer Lynn Barnes - This is the sequel to a book I loved to bits in 2020. I've heard that this one is less amazing, but I'm determined to give it a try.
Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert - This is the second book in the Brown Sisters series. I liked the first one because of its depiction of invisible illness. Each one of these books features some character with a difference. I can't remember what this one's is.
The Cruelest Month by Louise Penny - I am ready for some more Gamache.
Artificial Condition by Martha Wells - My hubby blazed through this whole series last year and loved them. I'm well behind.
Faithful Place by Tana French - I really loved the first two books in this series. I mean, I ate this up with a spoon. Then I stopped. I have several more on my shelves. I should get back to them.
Murder In the Rue Dumas by M.L. Longworth - I loved the first one. It gave me Inspector Brunetti vibes. Also, I like to see if I can translate the French bits.
A Perilous Undertaking by Deanna Raybourn - The first in this series was a rolicking good time. A bluestocking Victorian woman solving mysteries with a reclusize gentleman named Stoker. Yes, please.
Ok. There's my list. We'll see what happens with it.