6 Books To Read This Spring

I love reading. When I was younger, I was always that person that was most likely to be found reading, even when I was not supposed to be! However, recently I have not been able to read as often as I would have liked to. My Goodreads Reading Challenge for 2019 is 25 books so in an attempt to achieve this, I thought I would write a list of books I want to read this Spring.

Talking As Fast As I Can by Lauren Graham

Lauren Graham hits pause for a moment and looks back on her life, sharing laugh-out-loud stories about growing up, starting out as an actress, and, years later, sitting in her trailer on the Parenthood set and asking herself, “Did you, um, make it?” She opens up about the challenges of being single in Hollywood, the time she was asked to audition her butt for a role and her experience of being a judge on Project Runway.

Not That Kind Of Girl by Siobhan Vivian

Being the good girl is not always easy. Not when Natalie’s advice hurts more than it helps. Not when a boy she once dismissed becomes the one she cannot stop thinking about. Soon Natalie’s learning that the line between good and bad is fuzzier than she thought and crossing it could end in disaster… or be the best choice she has ever made.

On A Scale of One To Ten by Ceylan Scott

Tamar is admitted to Lime Grove, a psychiatric hospital for teenagers, where she is asked endless questions. But there is one question Tamar cannot – will not – answer: what happened to her friend Iris?

Catcher by Kalyn Nicholson

Ever since her brother Axel died, Carson has been dreaming of the same boy. Trapped by the new divide between her and her parents, Carson escapes into her dreams every night, floating among the clouds with the boy who saved her. Until her 18th birthday when fate leaves her waking world flipped upside down. Suddenly, Carson finds herself on the other side of the country and dropped into the only waking dream she has ever had. But sinister forces are at work beneath the surface of her world and Carson finds herself engulfed by a world of deathly secrets and haunting shadows.

Secrets & Lies by Kody Keplinger

In these short stories, Kody revisits the cast of characters from The Duff and A Midsummer’s Nightmare. Explore the world of high school drama from fresh perspectives.

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gillies

Elizabeth shares her wisdom and unique understanding of creativity, shattering the perceptions of mystery and suffering that surround the process – and showing us all just how easy it can be.

What book is on your Spring Reading List?

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      • I think it was definitely overhyped which may have been why I felt more let down by it than I would have been, but I only managed to get through half of it because like you, I don’t have the patience to read books that I feel are going nowhere! X

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    • Secrets and Lies is really good if you want a short, light read and have read her other books so understand the context as I feel there is little context, probably what keeps them short! I just finished Counting To 10 on the train back from Liverpool so onto Talking As Fast As I Can! ❤

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  1. Thank you for sharing your list! Actually, I’ve never heard of any of these books but they sound great! 😄 At the moment, I’m rereading Kafka on the Shore for Murakami and I love it! It has really nice vibes that, in my opinion, perfectly fits for spring time !
    Also I’ll soo start the Happinness Project!

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