Month In Review

Books I read in April

This post could be called BOOKS I DIDN’T FINISH IN APRIL,  I had time off work too so no excuses, I seem to have more books started than books finished:

The Books I Finished

IMG_20190216_111300271.jpgGood OmensIMG_20190411_101807613.jpg

I haven’t got around to writing the reviews for the first two yet. But I enjoyed both of them and was probably focused more on these books in April and they were so good I didn’t want to read anything else. I started reading Catcher In The Rye in March and finished it in April, my previous post was my review.

Books I’ve Started

img_20190422_120041134.jpgWakenhyrst

Dragonfly in Amber is book two of the Outlander series, I love it most of the time I can’t put it down. It’s a library copy. Wakenhyrst is one of the Netgalley books I’ve had since last year that I need to catch up on (and I’ve requested two more with a backlog!)

The Raven's Head

I started reading this too. I was enjoying it but then I was reading A Darker Shade of Magic and I lost interest in this book. This is from my tbr I’ve had it for two years. I just keep finding books I’m enjoying more. This will feature in a post next week about books I haven’t finished yet so I’m not going to say too much here.

Books I Need To Finish :/

Little Creepers

I started this book in March and I have one story left. It really is a creepy book. I got a copy from the author in exchange for a review and I shouldn’t finished it weeks ago but I didn’t want it to end. I’ve also been reading it in work so I usually take longer to read it. Distractions

From Story Idea to Reader

I’ve had this free ebook from Rosemary J. Kind to review also. But I don’t often find the time to listen. I think if I had the physical book I might’ve finished it by now. According to Audible I have four hours left to listen. It’s a really good informative book, I just need to finish it to review.

I did have another book on Netgalley to read to. More on that in my next post.

If I have to review a book then there is more urgency to read it and I feel bad if I don’t review things quickly. I’ve got one more book to read and review and a review to write for a blog tour in May.

I’m meant to be catching up with my books but I just seem to find more, it’s one of those things you know. Bookworms never learn and complain often 🙂 I’ll catch-up. No more Netgalley requests.

Share links to your month in review books and let me know if you’ve enjoyed these.

5 thoughts on “Books I read in April”

  1. I’m glad I’m not the only one who has books they want to read, but don’t seem to get round to.

    One I’ve had a while and recently read is Lion: A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierly. I don’t usually read autobiographies but this was absolutely fascinating and made me very grateful for my own childhood. (It isn’t a grim read. In fact given what he went through it’s uplifting and positive.)

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