Earlier this year, I took stock of all the ebooks waiting for me on my ereader. There are a lot of the. A LOT. And many of them that I really, really want to read and have wanted to read for quite a while. I’m travelling this month, so instead of lugging bulky print books with me, I’m determined to make my way through my digital TBR.

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday Topic:

Books on My Spring TBR

1. My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows

I started listening to this hilarious reimagining of the story of Lady Jane Grey last year but had to return my library loan before I finished. I’m stoked to reenter the world the Lady Janies have made.

2. Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy

I adore Julie Murphy. She’s hilarious and snarky and oh-so-smart.

3. Room by Emma Donoghue

This book (and the movie based on it) have been on my list for years. Told in the voice of a young child, the book promises to be a very interesting perspective. Also, it’s Canadian!

4. The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill

Another Canadian read. The Book of Negroes is an award-winning novel that tells a heartrending story of North American slavery.

5. The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson

I bought this book on a whim but it looks entertaining. It’s a story of a dysfunctional family of entertainers.

6. Clockwise by Elle Strauss

Uncontrollable time travel – how fun!

7. The Picture of Doran Gray by Oscar Wilde

A classic that’s been on my list for ages and ages. It promises to be a weird experience.

8. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

I haven’t read Jane Eyre in quite some time. It’s definitely time for a reread. I like to keep some standards on my ereader at all times.

9. Nineteen-Eighty-Four by George Orwell

Another classic that I haven’t yet read. It will definitely a book that will make me think.

 

What books are on your spring TBR?

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Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It was started by The Broke and the Bookish.  

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  1. I’ve read 6 of these and they were all so good! I hope you love The Picture of Dorian Grey – I saw a funny meme about it the other day and wanted to reread it. And if you can, listen to My Lady Jane on audio. The late Katherine Kellgren narrates it and does an AMAZING job.

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