Bookish Features

Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. I love lists and these are on my Spring TBR list! It is kind of all over genre-wise, but fear not! I will read through them all.

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1. War of the Staffs, Steve Stephenson and Kathryn Tedrick 
I received this book in exchange for an honest review and have been waiting to read this, so I am excited for it to be one of my Spring TBRs.

2. Still Life, Louise Penny
I am part of a Mystery Book Discussion group at my local library, which I started attending last December. This was a novel they read in April 2017 and I’m trying to catch up on all of the books they read before I started attending.

3. The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher, Kate Summerscale
This is my Mystery Book Discussion group April 2018 read.

4. See All The Stars, Kit Frick
This is an ARC I received from NetGalley. The expected publication date is August 14, 2018.

5. Shaken, Tim Tebow
For those of you that know me, I am a big fan of Tim Tebow. He presents himself so well and is such a great role model. I love his passion for helping those with disabilities. And side note…but there is a chance he will play in the MLB this year! 🙂

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6. Killing in the Hills, Julia Keller
Mystery Book Discussion group May 2017 read

7. Tamarack County, William Kent Krueger
Mystery Book Discussion group May 2017 read

8. Okayest Mom, Natalie Gwyn
This is an ARC I received from NetGalley. The expected publication date is June 26, 2018.

9. Shadowsong, S. Jae-Jones
As we all know, this recently was released, so I am trying to catch up. I am a little nervous about how it compares to the first. I guess we will see!

10. The Assassin’s Blade, Sarah J. Maas
I started this set of short stories a little bit ago, but am having trouble getting through them. The first two are so boring! It will definitely be one of those books I read a little at a time. Celaena is one of the most arrogant protagonists around and I don’t really care for her (sorry I’m not sorry).

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