Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl
Each week a new theme is suggested for bloggers for everyone to participate in. This week’s prompt is:
Books on My Spring 2023 To-Read List!
I haven’t participated regularly, but this is one of my favourite themes. It allows me to go over past lists (which I hardly ever complete!) and books on my shelf I really do want to read. It also provides a measure of accountability.
From my winter’s TBR list, I read only 2 of the 10 books. Yikes! hope to read more from this list, so will add some to my list. I have also been going to our local Goodwill, which is a drop-off only, except for books. $2.00 is a good price now for books and I have spent $30 in the past month on some great books.
So, here is my list. Four of the ten are Canadian authors! (Susanna Kearsley, Louise Penny, Sarah Polley and David A. Robertson)
My Spring 2023 To-Be -Read List
The Vanished Days by Susanna Kearsley
The Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Ownes
Letters From Across the Sea by Genevieve Graham
The Theory of Crows by David A. Robertson
Kingdom of the Blind by Louise Penny
Heart Bones by Colleen Hoover
Run Towards the Danger by Sarah Polley
Keep it Moving by Twyla Tharp
Keep Going by Austin Kleon
Which would you read first?? Any favourites?
That’s a serious list there Bev. Yes even if we don’t read them in our allotted season they are still there awaiting for another! You have some really good Canadian authors.
Thanks Kathryn. Just having the list keeps me focused on what I plan to read – at least sometime! Happy spring reading!
Firekeeper’s Daughter made my list too! And I love this theme too, it’s fun seeing how many books I’ve read on a previous seasons TBR – it’s usually not that many 😉
Hope you enjoy all these books when you get to them. My Spring TBR
Thanks Elena. Looking forward to finally reading that one. Happy spring reading!
I am currently reading “Run Towards the Danger”, and I do recommend it.
I’m looking forward to reading that one for sure. Happy spring reading!
Keep Going sounds like a wonderful read. I might have to borrow that idea from you and read it, too.
And, yeah, I didn’t get around to most of my winter TBR yet either*, so you are totally not alone there. 🙂
*But I still hope to.
My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-books-on-my-spring-2023-to-read-list/
Thanks Lydia. I had great intentions but as a mood reader, there were so many other books that surfaced that I just had to read first – and then I ran out of time. I still plan to read them. Enjoy your spring reads!
I really enjoyed Heart Bones when I read it. I hope you do as well.
Thanks for the recommendation. Happy spring reading!
Letters Across the Sea looks really good! My TTT
It really does. Happy spring reading!
Heart Bones is literally such a gorgeous cover. I need to pick that one up ASAP.
If you want to see what’s on my spring TBR, here’s my TTT
Thanks Erica. Happy spring reading!
I’d read the Austin Kleon book first. It’s short, and clever.
Thanks for the recommendation. I’ve read his other book and enjoyed it. Happy spring reading!
Firekeeper’s Daughter is a fantastic read (one of my favorite reads of 2021). I hope you enjoy reading all of these when you get the time.
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Thanks for the recommendation Pam. Happy spring reading!
Letters Across the Sea looks good! Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thanks!
Firekeeper’s Daughter is on my general TBR though not this specific seasonal one. I hope you enjoy all of these books!
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2023/03/14/top-ten-tuesday-411/
THE FIREKEEPER’S DAUGHTER is a great read and you know anything by Louise Penny is going to be amazing! I hope you enjoy all these.
Happy TTT (on a Wednesday)!
Thanks Susan. I am sure I will. Happy spring reading to you.
I hope you enjoy all of these when you get an opportunity to read them. Have a great week!
Thanks Cindy. Happy spring reading to you as well.
I have read FireKeeper’s Daughter and Where the Crawdads Sing and highly recommend them both. Enjoy all of these, Bev.
Thanks for the recommendations Carla. I rely on yours a lot! happy reading