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.
The Spring season begins on March 20th and ends June 20th.
We’re going to ignore the fact that I had fully planned to post this on time last month and… didn’t.
Now, I know I swore away TBR’s and such, so look at this as a very loose TBR/anticipated releases post, yeah?
Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry – Joya Goffney || Fans of Jenny Han’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Kristina Forest’s debut I Wanna Be Where You Are will love the juicy secrets, leap-off-the-page sexual tension and the enemy-to-lover romantic arc.
NEED. I. SAY. MORE???
Infinity Courts – Akemi Dawn Bowman || I’d been a fan of Bowman’s works since Starfish, she’s one of the few authors I make a point to read every last one of her books.
Victories Greater Than Death – Charlie Jane Anders || Over time, I’d grown an appreciation of Anders first book All the Birds in the Sky, so with my evolvement in my reading taste, I want to see if I can have a different viewpoint this time around on the first reading.
Chlorine Sky – Mahogany L. Browne || This book was sent to me through HOV blog tours and honestly I’ve been meaning to get into more books in prose other than Elizabeth Acevedo (even though we adore her).
The Tangleroot Palace – Majorie Liu || Interesting premise is interesting (And Monstress was also a thing I enjoyed so there’s that).
Onto the Rest
Lore – Alexandra Bracken || We love Greek Mythology and I won’t lie… the cover is giving me Medusa vibes which was a major factor in my interest in the book.
Blind Date with a Book Boyfriend – Lucy Eden || Enough with the deep books, this is one I’d been checking out from my library and not reading, having to return it and NOW I JUST BOUGHT IT. I’M PREPARED.
Salvaged – Madeline Roux || I’m making it a point to add at least one audiobook to these type of list? But, the cover was again a huge factor in my interest in reading here.
Father in the Forest – RK Gold || We love a wholesome middle grade read. I’ll admit, I don’t normally reach for these type of books, but I like diversifying my reading.
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue – V.E. Schwab || Seeing as I’d heard mixed reviews of this one, yet also having a deep love for Schwab’s books… we’re just going to get through this one.