Spring TBR List 2023

Tomorrow is the first official day of spring, so today I am sharing my Spring 2023 TBR list. As I’ve done the past few seasons, this list will not be definitive and does not necessarily represent everything that I will read in Spring. Instead, this shows a variety of books that I hope to read within the next few months. As I am increasingly becoming a mood reader, this gives me plenty of options for the coming months while reminding me of the books that, at this point, I want to prioritize reading. This list should carry me approximately to June, at which point I will share a Summer TBR list.

Currently In Progress

Eve In Exile by Rebekah Merkle

The Dressmaker’s Secret by Kellyn Roth (historical fiction, for read-along)

How Much More? by Molly Wilcox Nonfiction

Fiction Titles

Whose Waves These Are by Amanda Dykes (historical fiction)

Beside Still Waters by Tricia Goyer (Amish fiction, reread)

Beyond the Gray Mountains by Tricia Goyer (Amish fiction, new release)

This Life of Mine by Victoria Lynn (Chronicles of Elira #2) (Light Fantasy, new release)

Eragon by Christopher Paolini (Inheritance Cycle #1) (Fiction, preparing for new release)

Ivy Introspective by Kellyn Roth (Historical Fiction, for read-along)

At Her Fingertips by Kellyn Roth (Historical Fiction, for read-along)

Nonfiction Titles

The Brave Learner by Julie Bogart

Reach Out, Gather In by Karen Ehman (40 unscheduled daily readings)

The Case for a Creator by Lee Strobel

On Our Knees by Phil Wickham (40 unscheduled daily readings)

Additional Seasonal, Catch-Up, Etc. Titles

A Very Bookish Easter by various authors (Fiction, short story collection about Easter)

Shadow of the Storm by Connilyn Cossette (Out From Egypt #2) (Biblical Fiction; recently read book 1)

Bethlehem’s Brothers by Ronald Hera (reread, Biblical Fiction set around the Resurrection)

What books are you excited about this spring? Are you making a monthly or seasonal to-read list, or will you simply go with the flow of whatever catches your attention?

Until the next chapter,


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