Tuesday, 1 March 2016

*Cue Birdsong* My Spring '16 TBR Pile

It’s Spring, and I’m feeling re-energised and raring to go on this new pile;

A small but balanced pile this month with a fairly equal blend of YA, Romance and Thrillers. Three of these books are at least part-written by men (and no, I haven’t counted Robert Galbraith as that would be cheating), so my equality points are up on last month.

Losing it by Helen Lederer (Contemporary Romance)
The best thing that never happened to me by Laura Tait and Jimmy Rice (Contemporary Romance)
A Girl’s Best Friend by Lindsey Kelk (Contemporary Romance)
The Reunion by Amy Silver (not sure, Contemporary Fiction maybe)
Never evers by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison (YA)
Geek Girl – Picture Perfect by Holly Smale (YA)
Riverkeep by Martin Stewart (YA Fantasy)
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (Thriller)
Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith (Thriller)

Riverkeep is an ARC I’ve been sent. It’s a debut and has maps in the front, which I LOVE in a book. It says straight away that you're about to be taken off somewhere.
Career of Evil is a book I’ve been waiting for for ages. (In case you don’t know Robert Galbraith is JK Rowling, and every time there's a swear – and there are plenty- I can’t help but think “oooh JK, naughty.”)
The Girl on the Train everyone is mentionning so I thought I’d see what the fuss is about.
Lindsey Kelk is one of my writing role models, so this was a given.
The rest are fairly random picks, to be honest, but I’ve had some great surprises from random picks before.

I’ll post again if I add more, and as there is still room, feel free to recommend any you've recently loved.

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