Instead of the actual prompt for this Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) which was “top ten books on your spring TBR” I decided to make a post all about the spring aesthetics. These are the top ten newer books that look like spring.
All The Names They Use For God by Anjali Sachdeva
I like how this book definitely looks like spring but it is cut up, so it’s more of a modern spring. I like how the colors are muted as well.
The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton
This girl’s flowers are so feminine and spring. She’s also wearing a spring outfit.
The Masterpiece by Francine Rivers
This book might not be traditionally spring but it reminded me of a watery spring sky. It rains a lot to water those flowers so this book represents that.
Everything Here is Beautiful by Mira T. Lee
This cover has strong colors but butterflies are definitely spring.
A Thousand Perfect Notes by C. J. Drews
This butterfly book also has strong colors and the note on the cover, “when passion turns to obsession” might make it seem a little dark. However, a fellow blogger, Cait from Paperfury wrote this and I think it’s going to be excellent. So spring!
Don’t Forget Me by Victoria Stevens
This book has such a delicate cover. I love the envelope which suggests hand-written letters and the flowers. It has great reviews on Goodreads and is set in Australia! I’ve been wanting to read a contemporary and this might be a good one for me!
This is Not a Love Letter by Kim Purcell
To me, this book looks like spring in the Northeast. It is a watercolor print with moody colors and pine trees. Although I know this book deals with some dark subject matter, I want to visit the place on the cover.
Tyler Johnson Was Here by Jay Coles
I think this is the most spring book on this list. It is so delicate and beautiful.
The Astonishing Color of After by Emily E. R. Pan
The more I see this cover, the more I want to read this beautiful book. Everyone has been raving about it. It is also set in Taiwan which would be very interesting to read about.
Fruit of the Drunken Tree by Indrid Rojas Contreras
This book says, “in the vein of Isabell Allende and Gabriel Garcia Marquez” which are types of books that I know I love. I can just picture a humming bird reaching into the flower and getting its nectar. I love how all the colors combine and how the font complements it.
Let’s chat! What is your new favorite spring books? Have your read any of the ones on my list? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for reading!