Spring Reading List


I think there is a limit to how much Netflix we can handle in the day. Instead of slouching into your couch potato form for a full 8 hours, try switching out some of those TV hours into reading hours.

I know reading isn't for everyone, but for those of you who do enjoy getting lost in a good book, like myself, then here is a curated list of novels/series that I have collected, started to make my own way through, and even finished. It's not like we're going anywhere anytime soon, so snuggle up with a good beverage and give your eyes a rest from the TV and explore some of these potential adventures below. That sounds super nerdy but you get the idea.

Since we are still in the midst of our social distancing due to COVID-19, don't go out to a bookstore to pick up anything. Thankfully, you can order these books online, so save yourself from going out of your house and check out Amazon or Indigo online.


The Clockmaker's Daughter: A Novel
Book by Kate Morton 
https://bit.ly/39DlOtj

Shadow and Bone
Book by Leigh Bardugo 
https://bit.ly/3aynlSA

Exit Strategy
Book by Kelley Armstrong
https://bit.ly/2UxU5Wz

City Of The Lost: A Rockton Thriller (City of the Lost 1)
Book by Kelley Armstrong
https://bit.ly/39quD9C

Bitten: Women Of The Otherworld
Book by Kelley Armstrong
https://bit.ly/3aynYeU

The Raven Boys (The Raven Cycle, Book 1): Book 1 of The Raven Cycle
Book by Maggie Stiefvater
https://bit.ly/2xBh2ir

Ysabel: A Novel
Book by Guy Gavriel Kay
https://bit.ly/2JFx9yt

The Shadow Of The Wind
Book by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
https://bit.ly/39DmC1j


No comments

Let's be friends, drop me a comment below!