It’s Wednesday again, and you know what that means! It’s time for Top 5 Wednesday! Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam (Thoughts on Tomes) featuring a variety of topics. Information can be found at the Goodreads page.
This week, the prompt spring reads. This could mean books that remind me of spring, or genres I reach for in the spring, or books I plan on reading this spring. I chose to do the last interpretation of the prompt, because it has been a while since I’ve done a TBR post! Here are the books I’m hoping to read this spring:
1. The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
This book was on my radar for a while before it came out. I was very excited to see it featured through the Book of the Month Club and picked it up there. Seems like a great mystery/suspense novel to kick off the spring reading season!
2. Winter by Marissa Meyer
I think it’s time I finish up the Lunar Chronicles series. I have been sitting on it for a while and I have the worst habit of not finishing series. But I’m so close with this one! I’ve heard it’s a satisfying ending, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the series thus far.
3. Growing Your Own Tea Garden by Jodi Helmer
I received an ARC copy of this book a little while back and I have been so eager to dive into it. I love gardening (though I have zero skill) and love tea. How wonderful would it be to be able to grow my own tea?! I’ve never even considered this option, so I’m really looking forward to learning how to begin!
4. Wheel of Time series
With the new TV series coming up this fall, I am (slowly) working my way back through the Wheel of Time series. I would never have the time to read them again, but luckily my library has the audio books for them! I have made it through half of the second book, and hope to make it through several more this spring.
5. The Farm by Joanne Ramos
Another ARC that I was granted, I’ve been curious about this book for a while and have been sitting on it a little longer than I feel good about. So this spring seems like the perfect time to read it before the summer gets here.
So those are some of the books I have on my line up for the spring. What are you planning on tackling this spring? Are you working on new books, or diving into your backlist?