Tuesday, March 12

Top Ten Tuesday: Springs TBR

~The Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.~

Well, nature has tricked me yet again. For like two days we had amazing, spring like weather. Then it rained and now it is....snowing. *sighs* All week is going to be 30s-40s. Maaaaaan, why can't spring JUST be here already? What the heck? It's March for heaven's sake! *sighs* Patience is a virtue.

Anways, for this week I'll be sharing my top ten books that are going to be read this spring. I've been very sporadic with my reading lately and I think its affecting my reading pace. Perhaps this nice solid and concrete list will put me on the right track. 

FYI, there is no order to the list.

~A Million Little Pieces by James Frey (working on that right now)

~My Scandalous Viscount by Gaelen Foley

~The Violent Bear It Away by Flannery O'Connor

~The rest of the Basilisk mangas (I was just thinking on doing an overall review on all of them, idk)

~A Midnight's Summer Dream by William Shakespeare

~Ashford's Affair by Lauren Willig

~Dracula in Love by Karen Essex

~Cowboy Fever by Joanne Kennedy

~Running Fox by Cassie Edwards

~Daugthers of Rome by Kate Quinn

What do you guys plan on reading this spring?

*CaroleRae*



6 comments:

kelley jensen said...

the only one I'm familiar with is "A Midsummer's Nights Dream" I love it. Enjoy your spring reading. kelley—the road goes ever ever on

Blodeuedd said...

Spring, ha! Not here

Anne Bennett said...

I read A Million Little Pieces when the author was telling everyone that it was real, then he recanted and admitted that most of it was made up. So I moved it to the fiction section of the library. Kids still read it occasionally and I think it has some merit.

Carole Rae said...

Kelley, can't wait to read it. Hope you enjoy your Spring reading too!

B, haha. Spring is an elusive nymph!

Anne Bennett, yeah my friend Reece had read it and recommended to it me. It doesn't bug me that it isn't 100% about him. I'm assuming he blended many tales together.

Allison Macias said...

Oh you need to read Dracula in Love! I lovvvved it!
And Daughters of Rome is great too! Read it too!!!

Carole Rae said...

I shall I shall! :D