Let’s Talk Bookish: Spring Books

Hello, and happy Friday! Season 2 of Shadow and Bone came out yesterday, and I finished watching it this afternoon. It was AMAZING, and I really loved all of it! I think it was really interesting how they’re taking lots from the books, but also making it it’s own story, and I’m really really hoping for a season 3! I’ll probably do some sort of Shadow and Bone related post because I have lots to say about the season, but today, I have this week’s LTB post, which is all about spring books!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly bookish meme created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and has been hosted by me since April 2022! Each Friday, there is a discussion topic for bloggers to write about. This week’s topic is spring books, suggested by me!

What books do you like to read in spring? What makes you feel the change in the seasons? Is it the cover, or the content?

I don’t have super specific kinds of books that I like to read in spring, but I tend to read a lot of YA contemporary fiction, and contemporary romance during the spring! It’s something I’ve noticed has become a bit of a pattern over the last couple years, and I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s because the books are more lighthearted or something – I don’t really know!

I do have a lot of books with flowery covers, which definitely adds to the feeling that they’re good for spring – and a lot of those books with flowers on the covers are contemporaries!

Do you read certain genres in spring, or books set during the season?

I don’t ever specifically seek out books that are set in spring – and I also I feel like it’s less common for a book to be set exclusively in spring. Or maybe some are, but I just don’t really notice it!

And like I said before, I tend to read a lot of contemporaries during spring, but I also read other genres too – I read plenty of fantasy and historical fiction too, I guess I’m just more drawn to contemporaries during the season!

What books are on your spring 2023 TBR?

Here are a few books I really want to read this spring:

She Gets the Girl has flowers on the cover, at least, so that seems pretty fitting for the season!

And I’m really looking forwards to reading both Nocturne and A Magic Steeped in Poison!!

This week’s posts:

Raji @ Worlds Unlike Our Own | Leslie @ Books are the New Black | Fives @ Down the Rabbit Hole | Disorderly Daydreams | Leelynn @ Sometimes Leelynn Reads

What kinds of books do you like to read in spring? What are some books you want to read this spring? Chat with me in the comments below!

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