Well, I might be late but at least it’s still Tuesday. And speaking of that, Happy St. Patricks Day! Welcome to the Top Ten Tuesday link-up hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Today the prompt is: Ten books on my spring TBR list. (TBR stands for To Be Read)
1. Cheaper By the Dozen by Frank Gilbreth and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey
I read this book about seven years ago and really enjoyed it so recently
2. Love Does by Bob Goff
I read a book by a man who knew Mr. Goff while I was in Africa and
Oh. My. Word. Mr. Goff sounds like one of the most amazing people ever.
For instance he and his wife bought land on a large lake and their kids wanted a boat. They didn’t have enough money to buy a boat and build a house so they lived in tents for two years so they could have a boat to hang out in. Yes, yes, yes.
3. Luminary by Krista McGee
4. The Missing Map of Pirate’s Haven by Sigmund Brouwer
I read Mr. Brouwer’s books several years ago and as an author of MG fiction, I’m excited about diving back into them.
5. Short Cuts by Sigmund Brouwer
If my memory serves me correctly, Mr. Brouwer’s books are pretty interesting.
6. Pushing People Up by Art Willams
7. Hand of Providence by Mary Beth Brown
Deemed the best book my mom read in 2014, she gave this book to all of her children and I’m eager to and experience it for myself.
8. Lost No More by CeeCee James
I got this as a free book on kindle and I haven’t had a chance to read any more beside the back-cover blurb. The selling point for me is that it’s based on a true story.
9. It Took A War by Emily Ann Putzke
I stumbled onto the author’s blog and thought it looked interesting. Plus, as a newish author, I love getting to support other authors. Besides, the cover is beautiful.
10. Paralyzed Dreams by C.B. Cook
Same as It Took A War. I’m excited to see how this book pans out.
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What about you? Have you read any of these books? What are some of the books that you’re looking forward to reading? And don’t forget to check out the giveaway I’m hosting for my book that was released yesterday!