Well..April is over and what a strange month it’s been. Lockdown has taken over and this has actually meant I’ve been more productive! I started my own BookTube channel, got a lot more blogging done, wrote a bit of my book and as always read a lot! I also got longlisted in the Best Established Catetgory in the UKYABA’s which was such a shock and I may have cried due to the surprise. Thank you to everyone who nominated me! The shortlists are being announced on 4th May and I am nervous but excited!
Anyway, in April I managed to read 11 books! I know, I am shocked too! This is mainly due to me participating in the Easter Readathon hosted by Kate at ReadingThroughInfinity and just having more time on my hands. As I read more books than usual, I am going try and describe them in 3 words.
How was your April? How many books did you end up reading?
Books I Read in April
The Last Paper Crane by Kerry Drewery
Emotional. Historical. Enlightening. Full review here.
Pretty Funny by Rebecca Elliott
Hilarious. Feminist. Positive. Full review here.
Last Lesson by James Goodhand
Controversial. Shocking. Courage. Full review here.
The House of Hidden Wonders by Sharon Gosling
Enjoyable. Murky. Historical. Full review here.
Bloom by Nicola Skinner
Unique. Interesting. Funny.
The Day We Met The Queen by Onjali Rauf
Acceptance. Loyalty. Love.
Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo
Stunning. Diverse. Heartwrenching. Full review here.
Camp by Lev A.C. Rosen
Sex. Acceptance. Friendship.
A Heart So Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer
Beautiful. Outstanding. Amazing.
Dangerous Remedy by Kat Dunn
Revolution. Heist. Diversity. Full review here.
Asking For A Friend by Kate Mallinder
Summer. Friendships. Family.