Looking Ahead – April 2018

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I’m taking part in a monthly meme created by Tina over at Reading Between the Pages.   On the first day of each month she will post a Looking Ahead – This Month’s TBR List.  If you have a TBR list for the month feel free to link in. You are more than welcome to use her image or one of your own. Tina thinks this will be a fun way to meet new bloggers, branch out to different genres, and find some new must-read books. I agree!  Go check out her website and join in the fun.

 

March is over.  April is here and Spring begins.  New life, new wonder, new beauty and new books!!!!  I successfully completed my March TBR and thanks to two books being novellas, a couple stolen hours and the three more days in March compared to February, I was able to add in Black Arts, Tarts and Gypsy Carts and Mermaid Fins, Winds and Rolling Pins by Erin Johnson, Fatal Frost by Karen MacInereney and On Her Father’s Grave by Kendra Elliot.  If I’m lucky I may even be able to raise my Goodreads goal!

So now onto this new month.  I’ve got a review request, blog tour review reads, an Agatha Christie readathon, a First to Read approval and one just because.  I’ve also decided to limit requests for next month and catch up on the backlog of books I want to read just for fun.

 

 

 

Deadly Spirits by E. Michael Helms

Shot in the Dark by Cleo Coyle

Six Tinder Weeks by Bena Roberts

Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie

One Summer in Rome by Samantha Tonge

Daughters of the Night Sky by Aimie K. Runyan

 

What books do you plan to read this month?

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  1. I plan to read at least 2 weeks. Plan being the operative word cause I don’t know what my time is going to look like but 2 would definitely better than last month where I think I only read one book.

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  2. I finally am reading Rebel of the Sands as Book Reviews by Di has talked about that series so much I had to read it. I’m on hold for the eighth book in the Flavia de Luce series. I like that girl; she cracks me up especially when she gets all indignant when an adult treats her like a child.

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