Spring begins the cycle of the seasons as animals emerge from winter and plants peek out from the earth again. The first flowers blossom and welcome warmer days. While the monsoons direct the rains and dry months where I live, the thought of spring still brings considerable cheer. This is why I picked out a few books that I meant to read last year but didn’t. Spring also marks the possibilities of things to come, and I hope that I will come to count these books to my favourites very soon.
Which books do you plan to read, which you’re confident you’ll particularly like?
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Natalie @ Flowers in my Books says
The weather has finally started picking up here in London and I am so happy for it! Especially now that it’s half term and I can make the most of going to museums and parks! I’m really excited to pick up ‘Tonight The Streets Are Ours’ I bought it in February because of how absolutely stunning it is and now I’m hoping that the words are just as! I loved This Song Saved My Life by Leila Sales so hopefully I’ll love this one too!
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Erin @ The Book Archive says
I am not much the type to plan ahead what I will read–I’m more of a mood reader. However, I really do want to read Uprooted soon, too, as well as other fantasy-esque novels. By the way, I really enjoyed your style of writing. It’s very lyrical and flows well. Happy Spring!
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Jeann @ Happy Indulgence says
It’s now Autumn down here and I’m envious that you guys are going into Spring! Spring is my favourite season because it just feels so hopeful and inspiration when all the flowers and greenery start to come out.
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Its actually the middle of spring in Ireland at the moment and I’m really enjoying it! I love how it’s still cold and breezy here but the sun is also usually out most days (BC the weather here is the most unpredictable thing to ever exist) ☺️❤️ I plan on reading lots of contemporary books like ari and Dante and Simon vs the Homo sapiens agenda!