March 19, 2019
Top Ten Tuesday: Books on My Spring 2019 TBR
I’m linking up today with That Artsy Reader Girl: Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books on My Spring 2019 TBR.
I have two books to finish from my Winter TBR, and they’ve been on my TBR for so long that it’s too embarrassing to add them to yet another TBR. So 84, Charing Cross Road and its sequel will be my priority before any book on this list!
***UPDATE: finished these two reads…both 3 stars.
Keep in mind that I’m not yet recommending the books on this list…..check back often though because I will provide updates and links to reviews as I read them. In no particular order, here is my Spring 2019 TBR list.
*Titles are Amazon affiliate links.
(I’ve read some mixed reviews, but this appeals to my teacher heart and this is by the author of The Lost Wife which I enjoyed)
***UPDATE: 4 Stars. For the love of teaching, middle-grade literature, and poignant stories….. Full review here.
(it’s time for another memoir!…. this one hits close to home as my hubs has been searching for his bio father using the Ancestry.com DNA match process for some time….. hubs and I are buddy reading this!)
***UPDATE: Fascinating. 4 Stars. Full review here.
*UPDATE: 5 Stars. Poignant, compelling, heartfelt, and inspirational.
Full Review Here.
(because Backman is an auto buy, must-read-all-his-work author for me)
***UPDATE: Humorous and poignant. 4 Stars. My review here.
(because Lisa See is a popular and well-loved author and I usually read her new histfic releases)
***UPDATE: 4.5 Stars. Well researched historical fiction. Full review here.
***UPDATE: 4.5 Stars (rounded up to 5 stars on Goodreads). Engaging and well researched. See full review here.
(It seems like a seasonal TBR isn’t complete for me without one middle grade read, and the award-winning Brown Girl Dreaming has been on my reading radar for a long time)
***UPDATE: Amazing. 5 Stars. My review here.
(YA, a poetry book for dreamers of every age)
***UPDATE: 4 Stars. An encouragement for risk takers and dreamers. Can be read in thirty minutes and might make an inspirational high school graduation gift. (no review)
What’s on your Spring TBR?
Sometimes books are too good to keep on a list!
These books were on the rough draft of my Spring TBR but for various reasons I’ve already read them. Reviews will be coming soon.
Woman 99 by Greer Mccallister (ARC) (I had this on the first draft of my Spring TBR but I decided that I had to read it earlier than spring because I ended up receiving it as an ARC and publishers expect reviewers to publish reviews close to the pub date). Blog review here.
The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anissa Gray was also on the first draft of my Spring TBR but Jaymi from Orange County Readers generously offered to send it to me after commenting on her review. Bookish buddies are the best! Thanks Jaymi! Once it was in my house, I couldn’t resist reading before spring! Blog review here.
Despite my best intentions of having Beantown Girls by Jane Healey appear on my Spring TBR as my most anticipated read, I have to admit I’ve already read this….I kept hearing great reviews, histfic is my first love, it was a great price on Kindle, and my FOMO kicked in! Blog review here.
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