Top Ten Tuesday – My Spring 2019 TBR

March 19, 2019 Top Ten Tuesday 18

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/meme now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. The meme was originally the brainchild of The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is Top Ten Books on My Spring TBR.










What’s on your TBR this spring?


18 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday – My Spring 2019 TBR”

  1. Lianne @ eclectic tales

    I enjoyed Time’s Convert for the most part (enjoyed some storylines more than others)–hope you enjoy it too!

    Now I don’t remember if I read the first book in that latest Lisa Kleypas series or not, lol. Clearly it’s been too long!

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    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      I really thought I would read Time’s Convert as soon as I got it, but you know how it is—you have ARCs that need to be read and then you get distracted by other books. Hopefully this spring… The new Lisa Kleypas series is good; I’ve been enjoying them. I hope you get a chance to read them!

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Book tangents: the story of my life! I can’t stick to a reading list/plan to save my life—hence why some of the older books are still on my list. I do want to read all these this spring. But I’m such a mood reader that I probably won’t get to all of them. I’ll try to get to all the ARCs, at least.

  2. Nicole @ BookWyrmKnits

    Those are some great books! I really want to get to the Veronica Speedwell mysteries, but I have the first one as an ebook, where my reading speed tends to be slower (purely because I prefer to pick up a physical book). Soon, maybe! My spring TBR includes some Pratchett and books 4 & 5 in Seanan McGuire’s October Daye series.
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  3. Lark

    Spinning Silver is high on my list to read this year. And I love the cover of the Heather Graham novel. Happy reading! 🙂

  4. Angela

    I loved The Forgotten Garden! Really, all of her books are up there on my list of favorites!

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      If you haven’t read Beverly Jenkins, her books are worth reading: well-written and well-researched historical romance featuring characters of color. They fill in some of the history we didn’t get in school (which in my day pretty much ignored African Americans except when discussing slavery or the Civil Rights movement, as though they didn’t exist outside those narratives.)

  5. RO

    You’ve got a really great collection of reads to get into. I enjoy Nancy Harkness, who I found out about after winning one of her books. I don’t have the book, but I still need to watch Fantastic Beasts too. I used to read Heather Graham a lot because she’s a great author, but it’s been awhile since I’ve picked up one of her books. Hope your day is amazing! Hugs…RO
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    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      RO, did you mean Deborah Harkness, or is Nancy Harkness someone different whose books I should check out? As for Graham, I haven’t read all her books, but on the whole, I like the Krewe of Hunters series.