Monthly Wrap Up

April Wrap Up

April!

In April I read 7 books for a total of 1,368 pages and an average of 46 pages per day. A little higher page count than last month and I’ll take it!

I really feel like it’s a borderline miracle that I completed any books. I’m very happy with any reading I manage at this point. Any blogging at this point is also a win. It’s a testament to the wonky passage of time lately that I named all my images for this post ‘March 2020’ rather than April.

Magical Beatdown vol 2 by Jenn Woodall

Ghost Hunters Adventure Club and the Secret of the Grand Chateau by Dr. Cecil H. H. Mills
First Sentence:
J.J. and Valentine Watts dismounted their motorcycle.

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren
First Sentence:
In the calm before the storm – in this case, the blessed quiet before the bridal suite is overrun by the wedding party – my twin sister stares critically down at a freshly panted shell-pink fingernail and says, “I bet you’re relieved I’m not a bridezilla.”

Enola Holmes and the Case of the Bizarre Bouquets by Serena Blasco 

The Mountain of Smoke by Jeffrey Alan Love  

Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal
First Sentence:
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a girl can go from pauper to princess or princess to pauper in the mere seconds it takes for her to accept a proposal.

Effin’ Birds by Aaron Reynolds
First Sentence:
Have you ever listened to the melodic chirping of birds and wondered what they were trying to communicate?

Non-Review Highlights:

Tips for Writing and Working from Home from Author, Jeff Wheeler

*cover images from Goodreads

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