6 Books I’m Planning To Read This Spring

Each season, I put together a list of books I’d like to read during those three months. Sometimes my lists are comprised of both new releases and older ones that I’ve been meaning to read. This spring, my list consists of six new releases I’m looking forward to. Five books are by authors I enjoy, and one is a debut.

Sometimes I’m able to get through all of the books on my list. Other times, since I’m a mood reader, I only get through most. Either way, I always find it helpful to have a reading list to guide me through the season. It’s my way of keeping things simple ๐Ÿ“š.

In no specific order, these are the books on my Spring 2024 reading list:

Funny Story by Emily Henry

Funny Story by Emily Henry

Daphne’s happily engaged to Peter, and they live together in his lakeside home in Michigan. When Peter dumps Daphne because he realizes he’s actually in love with Petra, Daphne’s left brokenhearted and homeless. Her best roommate prospect is Miles (Petra’s ex), and her complete opposite. Won’t that make a funny story ๐Ÿ˜†?

Publish date: April 23, 2024

*Update: See my book review here.

Other books I’ve enjoyed by this author:


Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle

Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle

Every time Daphne Bell meets a new man, she mysteriously receives a paper with his name and a number on it; the amount of time they will be together. For over twenty years, this is how the universe has guided her love life. When she goes on a blind date with Jake, the slip of paper only has his name but no number on it. Has she finally met the one?

Publish date: March 19, 2024

*Update: See my book review here.

Other books I’ve enjoyed by this author:


Wish You Weren't Here by Christy Schilling

Wish You Weren’t Here by Christy Schilling

Ava’s life is exactly where she wants it to be. As she’s heading off to Italy to complete her final year of law school, she expects her boyfriend will propose. Instead, suggests they take a break from their relationship ๐Ÿ˜•. Upon arrival in Italy, she meets James. She can’t stand him, but eventually starts letting him show her a different life. This is a debut novel of the enemies to lovers trope that promises a rich Italian setting.

Publish date: May 21, 2024


Better Left Unsent by Lia Louis

Better Left Unsent by Lia Louis

Mille had her heart broken two years ago. Since then, she’s vowed to keep everything to herself. No more sharing her feelings, her thoughts, and her dreams with anyone. Instead, she writes it all in emails that remain unsent in her drafts folder. When I power outage causes all of her emails to get sent, she’s thrust into a chaos she’d never imagined.

Publish date: May 21, 2024

Other books I’ve enjoyed by this author:


Darling Girls by Sally Hepworth

Darling Girls by Sally Hepworth

Three sisters were raised by Miss Fairchild, their foster mother, at a sprawling farming estate. Their lives, however, weren’t as idyllic as they seemed. The three escaped, but the shadow of Miss Fairchild constantly follows them. When a body is discovered under the home they grew up in, the past catches up to them.

Publish date: April 23, 2024

Other books I’ve enjoyed by this author:


The Suite Life by Portia MacIntosh

The Suite Life by Portia MacIntosh

Gigi is single, and feeling the pressure to find a date for her sister’s upcoming destination wedding in Hawaii. As if that’s not bad enough, the best man is her ex … and he’s bringing his new girlfriend! When Gigi arrives at the hotel in Hawaii, she’s upgraded to a luxurious suite due to a mix-up. Things suddenly start looking up for her, but she still needs to find a date. I’m hoping this friends to lovers rom-com will be an entertaining trip to Hawaii ๐ŸŒด.

Publish date: April 16, 2024

Other books I’ve enjoyed by this author:


Which of these books have you read? I’d love to know your thoughts on them.