Well hello April. I can tell you how mine started… with a rubber snake under my pillow! And three snickering little boys after I screamed. 🙈 Sigh. I’m still planning my retribution…
Well March was a busy month! I restarted teaching and, because I clearly don’t have enough to do, I also started an online course. The course has been super interesting, at least, and teaching has been going well. I’m noticing though that students seemed to have handled last semester being online a bit better. This semester, they’ve got the tech down better but there’s definitely an added layer of fatigue that wasn’t as pronounced last time around. I suspect it’s because there was an expectation of being back in the classroom to some extent.
In terms of reading, I got another 9 books in this month. Yay! I also got a little two-seater to add to my ‘reading area’. Now I just have to figure out how to set up the area! Lol. Maybe then I can get back to reading my physical books.
Here’s what I read in March.
The Cozy Mysteries were Freaky Seas, The Witch is Back, Weddings and Whodunits, Only the Strong and Murder at the Races (which is also a historical fiction). The romance stories were The Secret One and Noah. There were two Contemporary novels (family drama/ romance) in Family Secrets at Hedgehog Hollow and It Had to be You.
A whopping seven of these books came via my Kindle Unlimited subscription. I definitely got good use out of that investment this month! Sadly none of these books came from my Kindle backlog or my physical bookshelf. But two of them were from my NetGalley collection!
Keeping it light and sweet through April. I’m keeping up with some favourite cozy series, checking out a couple much adored romance stories and signed-up for blog tour. I should easily be able to get through this lot!
The Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett
A Hex For Danger by Esme Addison
Sparks and Landmarks by Trixie Silvertale
Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
Freaky Mage by Amanda. M. Lee
An Offer From a Gentleman by Julia M. Quinn
What about you? What are you looking forward to reading this month? Feel free to share links to your April reading lists in the comments.