If March was all about Irish authors, I wanted April to be all about advanced copies.
I spent a lot of the month cleaning out my Netgalley shelf and trying to raise my frankly abysmall feedback ratio.
It worked, until all the Netgalley requests came flooding in of course.
This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
There are plenty of authors I know and love dearly, but of course there will always be a never ending list of those I want to discover, too.
Some of these are already on my bookshelveees, while some are those I’ve admired from somewhat afar for some time still.
Where do you think I should start? Are any of these also on your TBR stack?
The shortest month of the year somehow turned out to be one productive month in terms of how many books I read and how many I hauled.
Since there’s so many to list, time to get started. Of course, most of the books I read this month were romance books, in a surprise to not one person.
I’m continuing with my seasonal TBRs, and hoping my little rule I’ve set at the start of this year is going to spur me on to finishing the majority of these books.
I have tried to give myself a helping hand by picking some books I genuinely do already have my eye on. Let’s see if I actually read them this time.
New year, new books. I like January for setting out some plans of what I’ll read in the coming year, as well as finding out about the amazing books to come out in the year.
With a brand new year ahead, I wasted no time at all getting into some new reading. I’ve even got some of my reading challenge prompts already ticked off.