April TBR

So, there are two books that I was reading in March that I didn’t get completed by the end of the month, therefore, my first goal for April is to complete these and then dive into a batch of new books. These are my reading plans for April:

April TBR

Buried by Graham Masterton (currently 83% complete)

Without a Doubt by Marcia Clark (currently 74% complete)

The Woman in Blue by Elly Griffiths

Illuminae by Annie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Dear County Agent Guy by Jerry Nelson (I received an advance reader copy from NetGalley – publication date is May 3, 2016)

Atonement by Ian McEwan

One of my reading goals for this year was to read one e-book a month. For a number of years, I was a big e-book reader, however, in the past year I have gone back to mostly paper.  There is just a special feeling of having paper in my hand when reading and after being on a computer a good part of the day, I enjoy being able to pick up paper rather than reading on a screen.  Back when I was reading a lot of e-books, I would purchase them whenever I saw a good sale on Kobo.  I have approximately 9 e-books currently waiting to be read and I just keep putting them off because I love paper so much, but I would like to get some of these completed.  I have The Nightingale in e-book and my advance reader copy of Dear County Agent is in e-book format so those are two for this month I hope to get through.

I also have been pretty negligent about getting my advance reader copies of books from NetGalley read before the publication date so that is another goal I want to work on over the next few months.

Happy reading everyone.


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