#TackleTBR: Season Challenge

seasons

I’m finally doing a challenge for the Tackle your TBR Read-a-thon! Today’s challenge is hosted by Jemima Pett and it’s the Season Challenge. I did a similar challenge last time I did a read-a-thon, you can see it here.

Today I’m challenging all people tackling their ‘to read’ list through the #TackleTBR Readathon to come up with some books related to the four seasons.

Your challenge, if you choose to accept it is to find one book with each of the seasons in each title – not A Man for All Seasons, but one for Spring, one for Summer, one for Autumn, and one for Winter.

If you can’t find the titles including the season, you can include a book that is specifically set or related to the season.  Obviously Christmas stories relate to winter (or summer, if you’re in the southern hemisphere); The Longest Day is summer.

You can find them on your own shelf (more fun), or in your library, online, or already in your TBR list (even more fun).

I’m going with books from my TBR 😉

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Spring: Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes

Summer: The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han

Autumn: Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon

Winter: Winter by Marissa Meyer


Quick update on this read-a-thon… I’m a bit behind! I finished my first 2 books, but I’ve been stuck with Queen of Shadows because I haven’t been able to find the time to read, and I so want to because this is AMAZING!

This is also my first challenge because none of the others so far spoke to me…

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