Yes, I’m diving straight into letting you know my April Book Goals! It’s only been a day since I wrapped up last month’s reads with the March Books Recap, but I’m starting off my April with all the book goals a lady could want.
Ambitious? Moi? If you’d only seen how terrifyingly ambitious I got with my uni goals, back in the day; this is a walk in the park compared to that! So here goes…
What’s on the TBR List?
I have a few goodies in store for my April Book Goals, and the first three off the rank are all supplied to me by generous authors via Book Sirens!
- Smoke and Spells: Ryver Knight
- Felgrim: E. M. Duffield-Fuller
- Keeper of the Scales: Anne Mollova
I have also just received an e-ARC of the amazing Rae Else’s Umbra, which is the 3rd book in her The Dark Between series. To say I am excited for this ARC is an understatement. I’m practically bouncing off the walls!
You may or may not know this, but I honestly have a book fort in my bedroom. It’s no longer just a couple of separate book towers of TBRs, it’s an honest-to-goodness fort. So out of that fort, what else have I picked?
- Dragon Keeper: Robin Hobb
- Nottingham: Nathan Makaryk
- A Legacy of Storms and Starlight: Victoria J. Price
- The Last Voyage of Mrs Henry Parker: Joanna Nell
- Shards of Venus: Tjalara Draper
- Vengeance Blooms: Chloe Hodge
- Midnight Thief: Livia Blackburne
- Searching for Charlotte: Kate Forsyth & Belinda Murrell
- Dance of Thieves: Mary E. Pearson
Yes, I’m probably going to regret my ambitious April Book Goals. But what’s life without a challenge?
I only have two anticipated releases this month (as far as I know), and they are actually both books I have already reviewed! The Fabric of Chaos by Helen Scheuerer and The Cursed and the Broken by Chloe Hodge are releasing this month (on the 21st and 15th, respectively) and I cannot wait to hug their physical copies to my heart.
If you want to see my reviews for them these are their links:
The Fabric of Chaos: Helen Scheuerer
The Cursed and the Broken: Chloe Hodge
Do you set yourself monthly goals? Is it hard to keep up with them? Except for my uni days, I always read without setting targets. But with my growing book dragon ways, I think it’s time I started!
Happy reading, bookworms! Let’s see if I can smash my goals…