Spring Reading List
Fresh breezes. Birds chirping. Longer days. Warmer weather makes us feel alive again after being cooped up all winter long. Spring is here, which means it is the perfect time to sit outside and read a great book. Whether you prefer thrillers or romance novels, these titles will make you feel renewed.
- Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
Love a sappy romance novel? The story centers on Sydney, a 22-year-old college student who appears to have a picture-perfect life, until she discovers her boyfriend has been cheating on her. She soon becomes captivated by her neighbor, a musician named Ridge, and she hopes he will be her happily ever after. This is the perfect book to read while you’re snuggled up in bed. Maybe someday you’ll give it a try!
- The Mountain is You: Transforming Self-Sabotage Into Self-Mastery by Brianna Wiest
Spring is all about fresh starts, and as we embrace the new season, it may also be a good time to think of ways to better ourselves. The mountain serves as a metaphor for overcoming obstacles and growing along the way. This self-help book will teach tactics to ditch negative thinking, get in tune with your habits and be the best version of yourself.
- Made For Living: Collected Interiors for All Sorts of Styles by Amber Lewis
Do you have an eye for design? Then you’ll love this bestseller from Lewis, a designer known for her art of layering décor to create a vibe that’s completely unique. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different color palettes and textures for a look that’s all your own. If your home is in need of a spring refresh, take some pointers from this book.
- Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero by Amanda Kloots
This autobiography details Amanda Kloots’ story of love, life and loss. Her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, was hospitalized with a severe case of COVID-19 that eventually took his life after 95 days in the ICU. Throughout this terrible time in her life, it was Nick’s song “Live Your Life” that gave her hope to get through these dark moments. The bottom line? Appreciate all that life has to offer. Make the most out of every moment and be sure to let your loved ones know how much you love and care about them. This book will make a good park read as the weather gets warmer and the flowers start to bloom.
- Verity by Colleen Hoover
Talk about a page-turner. This suspenseful thriller follows Lowen Ashleigh, a struggling writer who accepts a job that will put her in an uncomfortable situation. Jeremy Crawford, the husband of bestselling author Verity Crawford, hires Lowen to complete Verity’s books because she is injured. But, as Lowen is working, she uncovers chilling secrets about the family. Pour yourself a glass of wine, grab a cozy blanket and immerse yourself into this book. You won’t want to put it down.
If you’ve been saying you want to make more time in your busy schedule for reading, now is your chance. Netflix is great and all, but there is nothing like getting lost in the pages of a good book. We hope you love these picks!