Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2017 TBR

Happy Tuesday!! The Broke and the Bookish are back with their weekly Top Ten Tuesday themes, and this week’s topic is a particularly timely one: the Top Ten Books on Your Spring TBR! The snow has just about melted completely where I live, allowing the grass beneath to soak in some much-needed sunshine and warmer air. As winter gradually gives way to spring, it’s time to start thinking about the exciting books we’d like to read this season. Though I likely won’t have an abundance of free time to read until after this semester is over in May, I’m still looking forward to getting a lot of reading done over spring break (AKA this week!). In no particular order, here are ten books that I would love to read soon:



What books are you hoping to read this spring? What do you think of the books on my list? Let me know in the comments section below!



39 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2017 TBR”

    1. So glad to hear that you enjoyed it! Eating Animals seems like such an interesting read. A few of my friends are vegetarians/vegans so I’m really looking forward to learning more about that perspective.

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    1. Thank you! Some people seem to LOVE Emma and others are not very fond of it at all, so I’m really interested to see what I think of it. Hope you enjoy it! 🙂


    1. So jealous that you get to read it in class! I’ve actually never read anything by Jane Austen for a class before, which is really a shame…. I think they would make for some really great discussions.

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  1. Great list! I love how diverse your reads are, in terms of genre. I haven’t read any of these, but have had my eye on quite a few of the classics, especially Emma and Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Good luck with your TBR!

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    1. Thank you!! 🙂 Whenever I make these kinds of lists they always feel so random and eclectic to me because I like to read from a bunch of different genres. I’m glad it doesn’t come off as one giant mess haha


    1. haha I agree– some clutter is definitely a good thing. Otherwise, a space just doesn’t feel like it’s “lived in” enough. Who wants to live in a space that looks like a fake photo shoot? 🙂

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    1. Thank you!! The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is such a fun comic series! I love how quirky, colorful, and entertaining they are. Plus, they incorporate a lot of different heroes/villains from the Marvel universe in general, which is awesome if you’re a big fan. I definitely recommend it!
      As far as graphics go, I make them using It’s really simple and easy to use, which is why it’s always my go-to! 🙂

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  2. I’m actually not familiar with many of these books (or if I am, it’s because they’re classic books that I’m generally not interested in, bah humbug ;)). I am quite intrigued by The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl though. I’m going to go look it up on Goodreads after commenting!

    I honestly have no idea what I’ll read this spring. I’m reading Gemina right now and am thoroughly enjoying it. After that though, I’ll just go to my bookcase, browse all my unread books, and pull out whichever one calls me in the moment. I’m not much of a planner when it comes to reading these days!


  3. This is an impressive list! Emma is one of my favorite books, and my favorite Austen. I’m curious about the Tidying Up book, I hear so much about it. Enjoy your spring reading!


  4. Emma is my favourite Austen!!! Hope you love it!! And the Idiot is my favourite Dostoevsky- such an incredible book!! Funnily enough I read those books around the same time when I first read them (cos I needed something to cheer me up after Dostoevsky) Hope you have a great time reading these!!


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