March Wrap-Up and April TBR

Hi everyone! I’m excited to wrap up March and look ahead to a great month of reading in April. March was hit or miss for reading. We fought some tough sickness at our house so I didn’t read or write as much as I had planned. But it was still a great month of reading. I love these posts because they give me the chance to reflect on my reading and to stay excited about future reading goals.

In March, I read several great books:

This month, my plans are big as always 🙂

For Book Group: 

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I Heard the Owl Call My Name by Margaret Craven // This Native American novel is a bestseller. Not my typical read but hoping to get into it.

For #LittleHouseRAL:

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On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Winder // We’re back to Laura’s story. Very excited to read this one!

For the Classics Club:

War and Peace, books 7 & 8 by Leo Tolstoy // I am almost half way through this masterpiece! I have to keep my momentum up or I get overwhelmed by the hugeness of this novel.

Heidi by Johanna Spryi // I am still working on this darling novel. Really enjoying the audiobook of it.

For Fun:

The Hesitant Heiress by Dawn Crandall // I am almost finished with this beautiful romance. Hoping it ends as I hope! 🙂

The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron // I didn’t get to this one last month but I am excited to read it this month!

Mr Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan // This has been on my TBR and almost at the top for months. I have it from the library, and I will read it!

Fablehaven: Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary by Brandon Mull // I remember loving this novel and can’t wait to read it!

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis // We didn’t quite finish this last month because of our sickness. We are determined this month!

Wow, that’s quite the list of books for this month! I better wrap this up and get reading 🙂 Happy reading this April!

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13 thoughts on “March Wrap-Up and April TBR

  1. Hi Jane,
    Please would you consider reviewing my book, Point Of No Return? Although my books are often called Crime Thrillers or Cozies my aim is to write traditional Mysteries set in contemporary, rural England.
    Point Of No Return by Diana J Febry
    Published by Wingsepress
    Rural detective mystery based in SW England.
    245 pages Blurb – The significance of the noose left hanging outside James Palmer’s barn is obvious to everyone in the village. When threats turn to violence DCI Peter Hatherall has to unmask a master of disguise determined to have their revenge.
    Amazon link – http://www.amazon.com/Point-No-Return-Diana-Febry-ebook/dp/B0139IXC5Y/
    I can provide a mobi copy.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Diana

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    1. Hi Diana. Thank you so much for your comment. I appreciate you thinking of me. I’m sorry it has taken me so long to respond. I have looked over your amazon link you included. Unfortunately, I do not think I can review your book at this time. I am not currently reading ARCs. And I do not usually read many mysteries/thrillers. So I do not feel as qualified to give your book the most well-rounded review. But please do ask again in the future! All the best, Jane

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