April 2022 TBR

My reading plans this month are going to be a little different than usual. While this post is going to introduce the books I’ve already started and plan on finishing in April, tomorrow another post is going to go more in depth into my reading plans for the month.

The reason for that? I’m going to try a little mini reading challenge for myself. I enjoy reading challenges from time to time and I haven’t done one in a couple of months. So this post is going to be shorter than usual, but only because a follow up post will be coming out on April 2nd with a more detailed list of books and my goals for the month.

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**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, eBooks, AudioBooks, Kindle Unlimited, and Library books.**

Total books: 4 (ongoing)


Books to Read:

  1. Daughter of Thieves by Lichelle Slater (Sands of Wonder, Book 1) 414 pages
  2. New Moon Rising by Brandy Nacole (The Keepers of Knowledge, Book 3) 152 Pages
  3. Empire of Wild by Cherie Dimaline (Goodreads) 300 Pages
  4. Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moira Fowley-Doyle (Goodreads) 357 Pages

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February 2022 TBR

Goooood morning/after/evening/whatever time it is when you read this. As an effort to keep on track of things, which I’ve clearly been failing at already, I’m going to keep this post short and straight to the point.

I don’t have many plans this month aside from finishing my move, so without further ado here are the books I hope to get to in the month of February.

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**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, eBooks, AudioBooks, Kindle Unlimited, and Library books.**

As always, I expect to deviate from the TBR a bit, but here are the books I look forward to choosing from this month:

Total books: 7


Books to Read:

  1. This Fallen Prey by Kelley Armstrong ((Rockton, Book 3) 359 Pages
  2. Watcher in the Woods by Kelley Armstrong (Rockton, Book 4) 368 Pages
  3. The Guinevere Deception by Kiersten White (Camelot Rising, Book 1) 352 Pages
  4. For Steam and Country by Jon Del Arroz (Adventures of Baron Von Monocle, Book 1) 279 Pages
  5. Bluebeard and the Outlaw by Tara Grayce (A Villain’s Ever After, Book 3) 190 pages
  6. The Beast and the Enchantress by Camille Peters (A Villain’s Ever After, Book 1) 198 pages
  7. Lore by Alexandra Bracken (Goodreads) 480 pages

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January 2022 TBR

Hello again, friends! New year, new blog… right? (Okay, even I will admit that was lame.)

All (bad) jokes aside, I’m excited to get back to the grind. Here’s my first of many TBR posts of the 2022 year. This TBR post is a little different than my typical TBR posts. With the month already half over when this goes out, I’m going to include the stories that I’ve already read or have already started this month. While that might not be a crazy amount of stories, it differs from how I normally do things.

Sure I might have started some of these stories in December 2021, but the majority of these reads I started (and potentially finished already) in January 2022. That doesn’t mean I’ve read everything that’s going onto this list – far from it. I still expect to get a decent amount of reading done this month. This list includes 5 books that I’ve either started and haven’t finished yet, or reads that I want to start before the end of the month.

**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, eBooks, AudioBooks, Kindle Unlimited, and Library books. **

As always, I expect to deviate from the TBR a bit, but here are the books I look forward to choosing from this month:

Total books: 10

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2021 May TBR

April was a crazy month for me (reading wise, at least), so of course I’m just going to ramp up my reading for May. Why wouldn’t I make things harder on myself?

All jokes aside, I do have a lot more books on my TBR for this month that usual. In this post alone there is a high number of books that I would like to get to, even if I doubt I can realistically get to all of them by the end of the month. There are certainly books that I’ll need to prioritize in order to get review out on time for Book Tours. I also have another post coming out – later today, in fact – that contains even more books that I plan on reading this month. Like I have for the last two years, I plan on participating in the Asian Readathon that takes place in the month of May. While my TBR for this Readathon isn’t nearly as lofty, I hope to read a nice, wide selection of books for the Readathon. Which means adding even more books to my plans for the month.

**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, eBooks, AudioBooks, Kindle Unlimited, and Library books. **

As always, I expect to deviate from the TBR a bit, but here are the books I look forward to choosing from this month:

Total books: 18

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2021 April TBR

March wasn’t as productive reading wise as I’d hoped, but I was busy than normal the entire month which at least partially explains it. I also found myself in a little bit of a reading slump where I just wasn’t in the mood to read. Thankfully that’s passed and I’m already enjoying the stories that I’ve begun diving into this month.

Most of the stories that I plan on reading this month are tied to book tours that I’m luck to be a part of. I look forward to devouring these stories and letting you know my thoughts and feelings on them. While I’ve already read one of the stories on the list below, and started 2 others, there’s a lot that I have yet to get to. My plans this month include a mix of new reads and rereads. It’s been a while since I’ve read the rereads I plan on getting to, so I’m looking forward to that immensely.

**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, eBooks, AudioBooks, and Library books. **

As always, I expect to deviate from the TBR a bit, but here are the books I look forward to choosing from this month:

Total books: 17

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2021 March TBR

February was an insanely productive reading month (Wrap Up here), so I hope to be able to keep the momentum going in March. I’m finally over my months long reading slump, so here’s hoping that this month comes with some fantastic reads.

A bunch of the reads I plan on getting done this months are tied to book tours that I’m lucky to be a part of, so I’m certain that I’ll get to those before the end of the month. In fact, by the time this post comes out I’ll have already finished – and posted about – one of these reads.

**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, eBooks, AudioBooks, and Library books. **

As always, I expect to deviate from the TBR a bit, but here are the books I look forward to choosing from this month:

Total books: 9

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2021 February TBR

Now that I’m out of my reading slump, I can’t wait to dive into more books. To discover more worlds and maybe even revisits some beloved ones. My drive to read has been reawakened and I plan to get the most out of it while I can. 

**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, eBooks, AudioBooks, and Library books. **

As always, I expect to deviate from the TBR a bit, but here are the books I look forward to choosing from this month:

Total books: 8

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2020 June TBR

With the weather getting nicer, I look forward to being able to sit in my parents’ backyard and read in my spare time. After all, one of the few bright parts of being quarantined at my parents’ house is the ability to sit in the backyard while Yzma runs around like a crazy puppy. I don’t know about you, but one of my favourite early summer activities is sitting outside in the sun with a good book.

**For anyone who’s here for the first time, I’ve organized the books by Physical Books, AudioBooks, and eBooks. Oh, and Library books, too. **

As always, I expect to deviate from the TBR a bit, but here are the books I look forward to choosing from this month:

 


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2020 May TBR

Though I haven’t had the best track record of reading the books off of my TBRs, especially as of late, I still hope to read all of the follow books. While it’s true that I’ve been finding it harder than usual to get into a book with everything going around right now, I’m hoping to push through it and read these (hopefully fantastic) books.

I also hope to read some books for the 2020 Asia Readathon. I’ll be making another post in the next couple of days around the books I plan to read for this and highly recommend joining if you’re interested. This Readathon is to inspire people to read more books by Asian Authors and runs throughout all of May.

**For anyone who’s discovered my TBR system for the first time, I’ve organized the books on my TBR by Physical Books, AudioBooks, and eBooks. Oh, and Library books, too. **

 

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2020 April TBR

It’s taken me a little longer than usual to get this up, but I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to read this month. With everything that’s going on, I find myself having a harder time sitting down and just reading. Luckily, the weather is getting nicer and my parents have comfortable outdoor furniture. This month I plan on taking full advantage of that, reading in the backyard while Yzma runs around like the goof she is.

**For anyone who’s discovered my TBR system for the first time, I’ve organized the books on my TBR by Physical Books, AudioBooks, and eBooks. Oh, and Library books, too. **

 

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