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I Love Spring Book Tag

Happy Friday Everyone :) 


I hope you're all having a good week, and that you're looking forward to the weekend.

Even though it's still pretty frigid in Saskatchewan, I'm definitely going to remain optimistic that spring will eventually find its way over to us, and so I'm going to go ahead and do the I Love Spring Book Tag today.


This was created by MySecretBookClub, and it looks like a really fun tag to do :)


1) How Is Spring Where You Live?

Definitely frigid, we're still getting snow and really horrible wind chills, and in fact, it's supposed to be snow again this weekend where I live :(


2) Most Anticipated Book Release This Spring?


I feel like almost every book release that I'm excited about for 2018 is releasing in the spring. However, most of them I was lucky enough to get the arcs through NetGalley, and so I'm going to go with the only one on my list that I didn't get the arc of, and as such, am definitely counting down until the release date.



I adore Morgan Matson, and I've loved all her books so far. The fact that this one's about a wedding makes it all the more exciting, and June 5th can't possibly get here fast enough.


3) Show Us A Book Cover That Makes You Think Of Spring:



The beautiful flowers featured on Debbie Macomber's final book in her Blossom Street series definitely always remind me of spring.


4) Where Are You Going To Read This Spring?

Ahh I wish I could say outdoors, but unfortunately with how cold it still is here I'm pretty sure I'm going to continue reading where I did in the winter. I'll either be curled up in bed, or curled up on my couch.


5) Find A Cover With The Sun On It:



I actually have yet to read this one, but it's definitely what I thought of first for this question.


6) What Are Your Favorite Spring Reads?

Well as any other time of the year definitely contemporary romances, however, especially in the spring I like to read wedding themed stories, so I'm guessing I'll be picking up at least a few like that.


7) Find A Book With Many Different Colors On It:



I feel with this one that there's so many different colors intertwined within the cube that it's hard to even identify them all.


8) Who Do You Tag?

Anyone and everyone who wants to do it!


Thanks so much for reading guys! Have a great weekend, and I'll look forward to seeing you all again on Monday.

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 

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