Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week's Top Ten Tuesday asks bloggers post about their top ten books on their spring TBR list. I am looking forward to reading a lot of upcoming books this spring and there is no surprise that a good amount of them are contemporary reads. Also, I am super excited to say that many of the contemporary books I am looking forward to are diverse and/or are about fandoms/geekiness. The following titles are in no particular order.
1. Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han is my most anticipated book this year. I cannot wait to read more about Lara Jean in this novel. This is the third installment to the To All the Boys trilogy. Lara Jean is finally a senior in high school and she has some big decisions about her life.
2. The Upside to Requited by Becky Albertalli is Albertalli's sophomore book and many people are already raving about it. With the diversity, geekiness and unrequited love, this novel is sure to be a favorite of many.
3. Eliza and her Monsters by Francesca Zappia is about a girl named Eliza who is shy, weird and is the creator of a webcomic. This novel seems very fitting for those who love Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. And for those who don't know already, Fangirl is one of my favorite books.
4. The Crown's Fate by Evelyn Skye is the sequel to The Crown's Game. Join the adventure with Vika, Pasha and Nikolai in Russia once more! I am interested to see what happens next.
5. The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord is a about faith, love and the ability to cope. Lucy had her summer plans all set until she found out that her mother has cancer. I enjoyed most of Lord's previous books and I am excited to dive into this one.
6. The Wingsnatchers by Sarah Jean Horwitz is the first book in the Carmer and Grit series and is also Horwitz's debut novel. Fantasy and steampunk collide creating a world full of magic about a magician's apprentice and a faerie princess. This middle grade novel is sure to enchant you.
7. Internet Famous by Danika Stone is a fandom extension of All the Feels. Madison manages a pop-culture blog and when real life gets tough, she turns to the internet. She finds someone online to turn to through an internet romance but someone is trying to separate her online and real personas. I adored All the Feels and cannot wait to see what Stone has in store for her fans in this upcoming novel.
8. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon is Menon's debut novel about a girl named Dimple who just graduated high school. Her parents are urging her to find a husband and little did she know that when she attends a summer program, she will meet Rishi. This romantic comedy is the perfect late spring/summer read with alternating POVs.
9. I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo definitely gives me To All the Boys I've Loved Before vibes. Desi has never had a boyfriend before. She's a disaster when it comes to romance. She is super focused on school and wants to go to Stanford for college. I am super excited to pick this one up this spring!
10. The Best Kind of Magic by Crystal Cestari is a novel that will satisfy readers who love magical realism. Set in the Windy City of Chicago, Amber can see true love. She can envision everyone's soul mate except her own. This novel reminds me of The Secret of a Heart Note by Stacey Lee.
What books are on your spring TBR list? Do we share any of the same titles?