March Wrap-Up and April TBR

Welcome April and warmer weather!

Remember these posts? 😉 It’s been a while since I shared a wrap-up and TBR post. But I am feeling ambitious as the sun shines through my window. Plus, March was a great reading and blogging month for me so I want to share how I’ve gotten back into everything.

I finished 8 books in March.

I published 5 reviews in March.

Austenland by Shannon Hale
Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale
Enna Burning & River Secrets (double review) by Shannon Hale
Rifles for Watie (buddy review) by Harold Keith
London Tides by Carla Laureano

I also started a few books in March including a read aloud with my kids and my next Classics Club selection.

And I shared one book list as part of Top 10 Tuesday:

10 Best Read Aloud Early Chapter Books

April Goals

Hoping to finish these books:

For the Classics Club, I want to finish Hamlet and finish my next read. Hopefully I will be working on my third classic of April when it finishes. Gotta make that September 1st deadline!

For my Newbery Challenge, I just got Merci Suarez Changes Gears in the mail and plan to read it this month! Also hopefully getting an ebook of Dr Dolittle on Libby.

And a few on my TBR that I am excited to read for various reasons:

Blogging goals in April:

  • Post 5 reviews
  • Post 1-2 book lists

What are you reading and blogging about in April?

4 thoughts on “March Wrap-Up and April TBR

  1. So many books! I didn’t realize Hale had written so many other works (even though I read it in your other post—I was just super focused on the Austen :-D). I’ll be interested in hearing your thoughts on Dickens, I’m not a fan ingeneral.

    I don’t know what I’m going to read in April. The weather here has been really bad and I just haven’t been inspired. I’ll probably stick to shorter works I already own to just get something on the blog and then maybe I’ll look at some of the longer works I read to make a crack at in tandem, but who knows.

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    1. You can certainly go down a Shannon Hale rabbit hole and experience many lovely stories. It may be as good a time as any to gt sucked in, right?

      I seem to really enjoy Dickens endings. But I have a harder time enjoying the first half or so when everything is more disconnected. Hoping to write that review next week.

      Hope you feel inspired this month! I know the feeling of lacking motivation. Perhaps Shannon Hale can get you out of your slump? All the best!

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