By Jensen Argyle
The snow has melted. The birds are singing. Everyone is twitterpated. It looks like spring.
And if you’re like me, your reading habits tend to change with the weather. In the winter I like to read winter-esque books so that I can cope with the depressing weather outside. Now that it is spring, I am excited to warm up my reading pile with books that will lead me into summer.
Here is a list of books that are always good to read when the weather gets warmer, as well as some exciting new reads coming to you this spring.
A Timeless Romance Anthology: Spring Vacation Collection by Miscellaneous – If you like romance, then this collection full of sweet love stories is a must-read.
Emma by Jane Austen – The best way to read this is with a bushel of strawberries. Trust me.
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maude Montgomery – Anne and all of her friends will charm you as you relish the warmer weather.
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgeson Burnett – Gardens, springtime. It works.
Coming Spring 2016:
There are a ton of thrillers coming out this spring.
Eligible by Curtis Sittenfield – This is Sittenfield’s retelling of Pride and Prejudice and I have been dying to read it ever since it was announce. Comes out April 19th.
Before the Fall by Noah Hawley – From Emmy and Golden Globe Winner Noah Hawley comes a new thriller that centers on a tragic plane crash and its aftermath. Comes out May 31st.
Girls on Fire by Robin Wasserman – Set in 1991, a thriller that focuses on a high school basketball star who goes missing and then three days later is found dead with a gun in his head. The book focuses on the effect the seemingly sinister death has on the small, conservative town. Comes out May 17.
Maestra by L.S. Linton – The first book in a thrilling new trilogy that is said to be the next Gone Girl. Comes out April 19
And there you have it, some exciting new books to help you welcome spring. Happy reading!
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