Month in Review, Review

April Reading

April month

Total books read this month: 12

New to me authors:

Sheila Connolly

Maisey Yates

Anne Glenconnor

Top Book for April

Okay I am addicted to these books. Have already pre-ordered the next one that comes out in December, plus a spin off book that comes out early 2022.

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Looking forward to reading in May

Review of Reading Goals 2021

GR Challenge: Nicely ahead.

TBR/Library portion : Three books off my actual TBR this month.  Two were from the library.

Main Reading Goal for May

  •  Read one of the books I mentioned in my Friday Post Sorting My TBR: April – Stay or Go
  • Pick five books on the read section of my bookshelf to put in the bag for the book fair.

Linking up with Nicole from FeedYourFiction Addiction.

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13 thoughts on “April Reading”

  1. I’ve been eyeing The Clover Girls as it’s set in my home state and at a Michigan beach–my happy place. I hope you enjoy it!

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  2. I’d like to read the Anna Lee Huber series–part of it is that I’m very taken with the ultra-classy covers!

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  3. What a great reading month and it makes me smile to see a cozy in your list! I love the ones you’ve shared! I’ve got one more in the Verity Kent and then will be caught up until the new one comes out in August. Happy May!

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  4. Wow, 12 books! That’s a great reading month!

    I like the titles of Don’t Make Me Turn this Life Around and When in Doubt, Add Butter – both very clever!

    Sounds like some good reading/book goals for May, too. We also have a book drop-off next week that I need to get ready for – I don’t think I have enough boxes!!

    Enjoy your books in May, too!

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  5. I love Sheila Connolly’s County Cork Mysteries and have read four of them so far. I love the recurring characters and the setting.

    State of Affairs looks very good! Enjoy your upcoming reads, and thanks for sharing.

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