YA Contemporaries Perfect for Spring Time

In Australia, spring has sprung, and I want to talk to you about my favourite genre to read when it starts to get hot: YA Contemporary. 

I know this may sound odd. Many of you are from the northern hemisphere, you see. on the other hand, am not. In Australia, spring has sprung, and I want to talk to you about my favourite genre to read when it starts to get hot: YA Contemporary. 

New YA Releases

From a series:

This sounds like it’s a bit like Anna and the French Kiss (Lola and the Boy Next Door (Anna and the French Kiss #2) Review & Isla and the Happily Ever After (Anna and the French Kiss #3) Review). Can’t go wrong there! (Unless you’re LilyCReads…)

I’ve just received the first book in this series. It seems like your typical YA. Not that great, but there’s guarantee that it won’t be a 1/5 star (unless it’s by Morgan Matson, whom I loathe: Review: Since You’ve Been Gone).

I don’t need to fill you in on the infamous Royals series. I swear, I see somebody raving (positive or negatively) this series at least once a month. Some people love it, some hate it, but if you’re up for it, I think it’d be a lovely Spring read!


Spring Standalones:

This was sponsored by all the top Booktubers. It sounds like Lord of the Flies ew crossed with We Were Liars (omfg FAVE We Were Liars Review)

The title says it all. It’s a cutesy romance. Suits spring, doesn’t it?


I actually haven’t looked into this book much but it’s been circulating my GR feed for a little less than a month now- I thought I’d add it onto this list.

This book gave me the creeps but has that summer-time

feel to it.

Okay, yes. Look at that cover. Judge the plot by that cover. Spring vibes, amiright?


I AM SO KEEN TO READ THE BOOK! I wanted an ARC, but I was too late to apply 😦 But it’s okay, I’ll read the final copy ASAP.

It’s Kasie West. You can’t go wrong. 

For many of you, it’s probably autumn time. Are you starting to cosy up with a nice book? What’s something seasonal you’re doing? 

Author: Cal's Reading Corner

HSIE teacher from Sydney, Australia.

One thought on “YA Contemporaries Perfect for Spring Time”

  1. I don’t have anything seasonal planned yet, but we’ll see! I did have to read a horror book for one of my classes, so I guess that relates to autumn! If only I read it in October when we celebrate Halloween! I’ve heard so many rants and raves about Erin Watts’ series! One day I will read it and form my own opinion! 😀


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