Hello, book friends! It’s been a while since I wrote a bookish list and as spring is quite literally knocking on the door (on the calendar if not any other way), we reach our spring 2022 TBR conversation. There’s no secret that I rarely if ever read right now. This is juxtaposed of different reasons. Some ok, and some not ok. But whatever the ultimate reason, I’m leaning into not forcing myself. When it comes to reading, I think that’s the best and I think I’ll find that groove again. Someday.
Since I did read about six chapters in a book last week (the most I’ve read in months), I did think it may be fun to look at some books I would enjoy reading if I were to start feeling the reader siren again. Most of these I’ll try to include with a more practical purpose. Meaning they aren’t just because they’re on my shelf. But rather books that I have reason to need to read. So, let’s look at our really small list this week.
SPRING 2022 TBR NOVELS
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1: TEXT FOR YOU, SOPHIE CRAMER
I just added this to my shelf because again it too will be adapted which is a good reason to read. It was a German (I think novel) that has been released in the U.S. and follows a woman trying to heal from her fiancé’s death only to text his number and find the person at the other end is curious about the woman texting him. Amazon | GoodreadsA VERY COLORFUL BUT UNLIKELY TO BE READ MINI SPRING 2022 TBR #SPRINGTBR #SARAHDESSEN #ROMANCEBOOKS #ROMANCENOVELS #ROMANCEREADS #HISTORICALFICTION Click To Tweet
2: ALONG FOR THE RIDE, SARAH DESSEN
About to be a Netflix adaptation, this seems like the most ideal time to finally read a novel by Dessen. If you can believe it, this lover of contemporary romance novels has read a big fat zero of her novels. Not sure if this is “the” title to start with, but it does sound cute. Plus I’m just hear for a silly but cute YA adaptation to maybe fill some of the holes of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Amazon | Goodreads
3: ALL THE RIGHT REASONS, BETHANY MANGLE
This YA novel is the one I did start to read. It’s cute so far and I say this having not read very far into this one. Yet. Here’s hoping I persist in flipping the pages on this novel about a teen girl who’s video venting about her dad goes viral on social media – and opens doors for she and her mother. Amazon | Goodreads
4: ONE TRUE LOVES, TAYLOR JENKINS REID
One of the most talked of authors in the secular fiction world, and author of the EXTREMELY popular Daisy Jones and the Six, rumor has it this has been adapted and will release sometime this year. As it is the one book I own from her, it seems now is as good a time as any to read this novel about a woman torn between her fiancé and the sudden reappearance of a husband she thought was dead. Amazon | Goodreads
5: UNTIL LEAVES FALL IN PARIS, SARAH SUNDIN
Sent to me by the publisher, I’m always curious about any WWII historical by Sundin. I wasn’t quite as much of a fan of her last novel just because I didn’t fully love the hero. That said I’ve zero doubt this will affect finding future favorites from her. Amazon | Goodreads
What books are on your spring 2022 TBRs? Have you read any of these? Are they good? Or loathsome? How’s your reading been – I want to hear all the good reading stories and successes! You all know the drill – let’s chat in the comments! Also… thank you all so much for taking the time to visit here and comment. I’m grateful. I plan to make every good effort to reply to your comments today with promptness. Again, thank you.
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