My Spring 2020 Reading List

The official first day of spring this year was Thursday, March 19 and I’m only just getting around to writing my ‘Spring Reading List’ now – seven days late (gasp). Despite most of the world being on hold, I have been busier than ever while at the same time having more free time than ever. Let me explain a bit before I jump into my reading list.

Currently, I am on the home stretch of completing the one-year business program I am enrolled in at Mohawk College. With that said, I am currently working (all online) to finish up my final projects and assignments while attending online lectures. But because everything school-wise is now online, I am not spending time driving to and from classes which has freed up a lot of my time. I have been dedicating most of this newly found free time to reading which has, of course, made me think of all the books I want to read this spring.

Alas, here is my spring 2020 reading list (in no particular order with the exception of the first).

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

This is the book I am currently reading. I picked up when I found myself wanting to read something a little more lighthearted (it does have its sad moments) after reading A House in the Sky by Amanda Lindhout and The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy by Elizabeth Kendall.

The Plague by Albert Camus (seems appropriate)

I have wanted to read this book for years but could never find it anywhere (not even at my local library!). However, I finally decided to order it online and am awaiting its arrival.

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

I know … I’ve never read this book before – judge me okay!

The Catcher in the Rye by George Orwell

This book is one that I actually have read before, however, I don’t think I appreciated it as much at the time as I could now. So, I am going to give it a second go.

And there you have it, my completed spring 2020 reading list! What are you reading this spring?


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