Monthly Wrap – April 2018

April Wrap Up

I can’t believe that the April Wrap Up is here! My Goodreads group challenge is keeping me on top of not only my TBR but also pushing me to read more. Also on top of that there were no DNF, so I consider the last month a good month!



Actually visually seeing what I read in April, it makes me want to high five myself! I laugh because it leans very heavily towards PNR, but there are also general non fiction and fantasy. I have only managed to write reviews for The Darkest Night, My Perfect Life at Cornish Cottage and To Discover a Divine. But I know this is because I was away on holiday, so the reading went up, while the reviews went down.

Currently Reading


I usually have a few books that I am always “currently reading”, these books are ones that I can easily pick up, read a few chapters then put back down. It can take me between 1-6 months to actually finish the book. It may seem silly, like why don’t you read it one go? Well, I find some genres really had to digest. So not having a timeline on when I should finish it, means a) I enjoy the book without any pressure & b) I eventually finish reading it without feeling stressed about it. The Year of Less was a bargain purchase thanks to the author putting it on sale for 99p! The story is beautiful, touching and brings home some very important points. Definitely going to review this bad boy when I am done.


Again I am going to leave this part out. Currently I am doing a reading challenge over on Goodreads, so this usually dictates what I might read next. But you never know what I might read next, a little suspense is good for the soul!



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