Welcome to my post! Today I’m bringing back the seasonal TBR to share my reading plans for the spring. I didn’t want to make a winter TBR with Christmas and my birthday so I knew I’d get a few new books and wouldn’t really have a plan. But now I’ve got a pretty good idea of what I want to read, so let’s get into it!
This may be a little ambitious, but I would like on get through these series in the next 3 months. I’ve been aiming to read the Mistborn trilogy and the First Law trilogy – one book from each a month and alternate between series. So far it’s been working well (I’m currently read The Blade Itself so hopefully I can finish it in February!), but it is summative season at university right now and spring will be full of revision and writing for my coursework and exams. I won’t be too strict on achieving this then, but it would be nice to keep up the progress.
I have barely any ARCs left to read now, and I’ve been saving Yellowface for closer to publication date. I know it comes out in May so I’d like to read it in April or May to read it while there’s a lot of hype about it. I’m sure I’ll request more ARCs in Spring but I won’t know what they are until I’ve done research for my monthly anticipated releases series!
I’ve been really enjoying audiobooks recently, and it’s even better that they’re free! These books are all from the app Borrow Box that I can access with my library card. I’ve already requested The Confessions of Frannie Langton which I should get in the middle of March, and I’d really like to listen to it then watch the new TV adaptation for it. It would be great if I could get to the other two books as well, Mrs Death Misses Death and Full Disclosure, because I know they’re quite short.
Finally, here are some miscellaneous books that I could read in Spring, though I’m not 100% if I will. I gifted The Housekeeper and the Professor and The Thursday Murder Club to my boyfriend, who isn’t a big reader but really enjoyed The Housekeeper and the Professor, so I’d love to read them and see how I feel about them. He also gifted A Man Called Ove to me for my birthday from my TBR. I completely forgot I’d added it so I’m pretty excited to see what they hype around is Fredrik Backman is about.
Thanks for reading! Is there anything you’re planning to read in Spring?