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?