Top 10 Tuesday: Books on my Spring TBR list
A new Tuesday, a new prompt for Top 10 Tuesday. This week the prompt is books on my Spring TBR list (Apr-June) .
Thanks to Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl for hosting another week of Top Ten Tuesday. I enjoy participating each week for a couple reasons. I'm a compulsive list maker and love a good list. And, I love a connection with other readers as I wander their book blogs. Here are books I intend to read in the next few months (wonder if I'll get to them all?).
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Purgatory Ridge by William Kent Krueger
This is the third in this excellent Cork O'Connor series and I'm hoping to finish the series this year.
Braving It by James Campbell
In my efforts to read more nonfiction, this adventure has been on my radar for a long time and I'm going to get to it this spring.
The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean
This book has been on my TBR since I saw it showing up everywhere as ARCs. It will fulfill a few of my challenges, so it's on my must read list.
Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano
Of course this book has been all over blogs for a while, with mostly rave reviews, so I want to make time for it.
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
Reading this book this year is a personal goal of mine - as soon as I reduce my ARC pile.....which might be in this spring quarter. I'm eager to try this book that is a favorite of my oldest son.
Hammered, Tricked, and Trapped by Kevin Hearne
Books 3, 4, and 5 in the Iron Druid series. I'm reading the series with Anne at Books of My Heart in a group read-along. Hounded (#1) was a terrific start and I just picked up Hexed (#2) to read next week, so I'm eager to see what happens to the Druid next.
Then I'll be rounding out my reading in the next 3 months with ARCs - I have 12 to read by mid-May - here are a few that I'm particularly looking forward to.
I think this will be another week that will cause my TBR to grow (and grow). I can't wait to see what the rest of you are looking forward to reading this spring. Here's to all of us reading lots of good books in 2023.