This week's topic of Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is Spring TBR! 

IT'S OFFICIALLY SPRING TOMORROW. I am beyond excited for the warmer weather. Although this winter hasn't been too bad, I'm so excited for sunshine, skirts and shorts, and ice cream. I can also tell spring is in the air because I'm sneezing and have a headache. Hello allergies, we meet again.

For every season I make a TBR pile, and it's something I look forward to every year. Although I might not read all of these (which looking at my track record is highly likely lolz), I'll still have a great time compiling this list! 

In the past, I've stuck to a lot of contemporary books in the warmer months. That being said, I've been on a fantasy/sci-fi kick this year, and it doesn't show signs of stopping. So sprinkled among the historical fiction and contemporary, you'll find some dystopian and fantasy. NEW YEAR, NEW ME HA.

AH, LOOK AT THE PRETTY BOOKS. I'm SO excited for these! 

I know, I've said I'm going to read this series forever...but I'm finally getting around to it! I started rereading Shatter Me last night...and I ended up reading over 130 pages in just over an hour. I never fly through books this quickly, so I'm really happy to be loving this book the again the second time around! 

I've heard SUCH good things about this, and the premise sounds so fascinating too! I've really been getting into high fantasy lately, so I'm super excited to delve into this.

Usborne kindly gifted me with a review copy of this book. It sounds so cute and so fun! I adore reading middle-grade books in spring, especially ones featuring magical adventures! 

When I was sent this to review I nearly died from excitement. This has been on my wishlist forever, and I can't wait to read it! Look out for my review as part of the blog tour. 😉

A teenage girl who's a little bit of a hypochondriac and who wants to start living out her dreams? Sounds adorable. 

My first Angie Thomas book!! I know, I know, I still haven't read The Hate U Give. But I will. Soon. 

Secret societies, mysteries and exclusive boarding schools? Sign me the heck up. 

I'M SO EXCITED FOR THIS. It features a boy with Tourettes (which I know nothing about, so I'm excited to learn more) and the book spans across 6 years. I love books about characters growing up - it's the best. 

I've been getting into historical fiction lately! I'm SO EXCITED FOR THIS. I listened to some of the audiobook and fell completely in love with it. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of it!

I read Wing Jones last summer in a couple of hours and LOVED it. It broke my heart, but it also made me smile. I've heard Katherine Webber's latest novel is super heartbreaking...so I'll try to prepare myself. 

Based off of my reading list, I think this spring is going to be fantastic! 

Which books are on your spring TBR?