March 14, 2023

Spring TBR

Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic is Books On My Spring TBR. Now we all know how I do with TBRs. Not well. Also, Spring is like, 3 months long. There's no way I know what I'm going to be reading 2 months from now. But this is a fun exercise.

As of right now, this is what I would like to read in the Spring Months.


Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law by Mary Roach - Spring seems like a good time to read about rogue animals.


Columbine by Dave Cullen - The Columbine tragedy happened in April, right? Yes. April 20. That makes sense to read it in Spring.

My Brilliant Friend

My Brilliant Friend by Alena Ferrante - The colors on this one are pretty Spring-y.

Book Girl

Book Girl: A Journey Through the Treasures & Transforming Power of a Reading Life by Sarah Clarkson - This is giving me Tolstoy and the Purple Chair vibes. I liked that book a lot. Here's hoping I like this one too. It's not particularly Spring-y, but you can't win them all.

Fatal Remedies

Fatal Remedies by Donna Leon - It's time to read the next one in this series. After I finish my 50 by 50 project, I'm thinking of taking on a "making progress in series" project. I have way too many going.

Book Lovers

Book Lovers by Emily Henry - I want to get this one read before her next book comes out sometime in Spring. Better get on it!

Reading List

The Reading List by Sara Nisha Adams - This cover has very Spring-y colors.

P & P

Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah Price - Speaking of Spring-y covers... This is a YA mystery with the characters from Pride and Prejudice. Mr. Bennet owns a private investigations company and Mr. Collins works for him. Badly. Elizabeth is the real brains, but as a woman, she can't be promoted.


Wow, No Thank You by Samantha Irby - Bunnies are part of Spring. Also I think the color of this cover is called Spring Green.


The Mothers by Brit Bennett - Well, I thought that was some  kind of flower on the cover, but now that I'm looking at it, I thing it might be a face. Let's call it a flower.

Ok. I own 8 of the books on this list. 5 of the books are from my 50 by 50 list. Gotta meet those goals I set for myself.

What are some other good Spring books?