Tag: I Love Spring Book Tag

Today’s post is something I saw while reading Destiny’s Howling Libraries blog. While I wasn’t tagged to do this post, it is always nice to participate in seasonal book tags.

Interested to see what books remind me of Spring? Keep on reading to find out my thoughts and opinions.

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How is Spring where you live? 

What is this Spring you speak of? Western Canada only acknowledges 2.5 seasons: Summer, half of Fall, and Winter… lots and lots of winter…

Most anticipated book release this Spring? 

It is a tie between A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sara J. Maas (May 1, 2018) and War Storm by Victoria Aveyard (May 15, 2018). Coincidentally both fall on a payday, so you best believe they’ll be in my hands come their respected publication days.

Show us a book cover that makes you think of Spring. 

In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It by Lauren Graham. Besides the obvious use of florals, the colours of the dust jacket, as well as the robin’s egg blue used for the hard cover make Lauren Graham’s In Conclusion Don’t Worry About It a perfect spring read.


*To read my review of In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It, click here*

What are you going to read this Spring? 

All of the books. That may be a bit dramatic, but I am going to pick up whatever I feel like reading.

Find a cover with the sun on it! 

I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson. While I haven’t read this YA contemporary favourite, nor do I have plans to do so in the near future, it fits within the purpose of this prompt, so there.


What are your favourite Spring reads? 

I don’t really read for the season. I suppose I tend to pick up lighter easier reads, an example being the ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ series by Jenny Han. Even then, if I feel like picking up an easy read, I’m going to read it when I feel like it.

Find a book with many different colors on it. 

Beneath the Sugar Sky (Wayward Children #3) by Seanan McGuire. While I have read Every Heart a Doorway (Wayward Children #1), I didn’t know upon finishing it that it was the beginning to a series, and found the book just too short to cover the topic McGuire wanted to convey. As such, I probably won’t pick this book up, but it is pretty though.


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And those are my answers for the I Love Spring Book Tag. Want to answer the questions but haven’t been tagged? Take this as me tagging you and leave a comment or link to your post below!



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