So the actual Top 10 Tuesday, which is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl theme this week is Fall 2019 TBR but here in New Zealand on the bottom of the world, it is Spring. So I will bring you my spring TBR.
My first 5 are books that have come out or will come out this spring.
- American Royals – I love alternate-history especially American history, and the idea that America has a royal family sounds great!
- War Girls – Yes to more diverse dystopias and Science Fiction. I really love the sound of this.
- Slay – The more I hear about this cool diverse book about video gamers and programmers the more excited I am about it.
- The Babysitters Coven – I am obsessed with this book and literally cannot wait to read it. Unfortunately, I have other books I need to read first.
- Call Down The Hawk – Is it November yet? Has my exclusive OwlCrate arrived yet? I need my sweet sweet Adam and that hot mess Ronan back in my life!
These 5 are all books currently sitting on my TBR that were already out but I’d like to read this spring.
- The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling – First off dumplings = heaven. Again I have heard wonderful things about this book so cannot wait.
- How It Feels To Float – I know lots of people liked this book, I just seem to be waiting for a better mood. That mood is spring!
- With Fire on High – So I had been holding out for this thinking AusYABloggers are reading it in December but no we are reading Poet X.
- This Time Will Be Different – I am not fully sure why I’m excited about this book but I am and floral shop = spring reading to me.
- Love from A to Z – So I know Lala loved this book and I tend to have similar tastes to her and I think Star also liked it but I could be wrong.
So that’s my Top 10 Tuesday for this week. What books are you looking forward to reading this Spring/Fall? Let me know down below.
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
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