Hello, happy readers, and welcome (almost) spring 2019. Today, we celebrate this almost-here-day by sharing our Top Ten Tuesday March 19 aka spring 2019 TBR list.
That Artsy Reader Girl | March 19: Books on my Spring TBR
This list is far from inclusive of all of the spring 2019 reads I’m excited for. Still, it’s fun to take an in-the-future look at the books set to release during the next season, and those we hope to read during said incoming season. Sometimes the two are mutually exclusive, and other times they’re not.
As I’ve said on so many of these, I rarely if ever stick with a season TBR, but these are some of my favorite lists to create. Spring is an especially busy reading time since I’m part of an Advisory Board for the INSPYs, which means I have to read lots of books that make the long list. In fact, that’s one I’m currently doing. Still, the list below consists of a few books I will sneak in in-between INSPY reads, and several that will be added to my shelf in anticipation of future reading.
Let’s get spring TBR-ing!
Top Ten Tuesday March 19
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3: The Little Lady Agency by Hester Browne | This is one of those books I pulled off my shelf. Since I adore Browne’s The Runaway Princess, I really want to read more by her, but alas, haven’t made the time to do so. Amazon | Goodreads
5: We Were Beautiful (April) by Heather Hepler | The publisher kindly sent me a copy of this one, and while I think it sounds amazing, it might be a little too bittersweet for me just now. Amazon | Goodreads
6: Within These Lines by Stephanie Morrill | Another publisher provided book that sounds unique. Plus, I love that it’s a YA historical, a genre I rarely read anything from (and one that seems slim). Amazon | Goodreads
8: The Printed Letter Bookshop (May) by Katherine Reay | Finally. Katherine Reay’s usual publishing would have seen this book in stores back in November. I’ve zero doubt this one will be worth the wait and then some. Amazon | Goodreads
9: Now and Then and Always (May) by Melissa Tagg | This one was announced after I put together this TBR list. Naturally I had to add Melissa’s next book because I’m a forever and always fan. Amazon | Goodreads
11: The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon | With a movie set to drop this spring, I hope to read this one even though I won’t be likely to see said film in theaters. While I hope to enjoy it, I have a feeling the underlying subjects will, for me, make this one a lesser rating than Everything, Everything. Amazon | Goodreads
12: Bonus! INSPY reads for 2019 | Yes, that’s right, I’m working through some INSPY reads in anticipation of the April shortlist announcement. Plus, if you like to read inspirational fiction, please consider joining us as a 2019 judge.Talking a spring 2019 #TBR with this #bookworm-y list! 11 Book I Hope To Be My Spring TBR | #TopTenTuesday Click To Tweet
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Now we’ve talked about my spring TBR hopes and hopelessness when it comes to actually reading said books, I want to know all of your new season TBR plans. Do you keep to a TBR? Or is that too ambitious (like me!) a goal? Comment below with all of your TBR news – and whether or not you’ve read any of these!
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