2019 · TBR

April TBR and reading plan

It’s almost Easter time! 🐣

April is again going to be a busy month, but less busy than March with all its deadlines at work. April luckly has Easter holiday in it, which means at least two days extra off work. I’m not religious but Easter to me is snow, oranges, and sun, oh and crime novels! I won’t be doing any of those things but at least I get those two days off. I think I might take another day or so. I also heard a rumour that TomeTopple will happen in April and I really want to do that. I will make a seperate TBR for that, but let’s dive in a see what I want to read for April!

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Need to Finish Soon

The A to Z of Gender and Sexuality: From Ace to Ze by Morgan Potts – I started this one last month and it very interesting. There are so many terms I never knew! but it’s a big book and a reference book, so I think it will be a slow read. Hopefully, I can finish it this month though. I’m currently on Q and Queen as in Drag Queen.

Sapiens; A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari – I managed to read some in previous month but I didnt finish it. Im hoping to read more of it this month, but I dont think I will finish it.


Emily Eternal by M. G. Wheaton – I have already started this one and really enjoying it. It really sucks me in. It’s a dystopian novel told by an artificial conscious which makes it very fasinating and enjoyable. I’m almost done with this book already. It’s such a fast read and totally engrossing!

Breaking the Lore by Andy Redsmith – I enjoy Ben Aaronovitch’s books featuring a detective in London who has to deal with a lot of magical creatures who commit crimes, and he has to cover it up or provide a logical explanation. Breaking the Lore follows Detective Paris who finds a crucified fairy in his garden and has to solve the murder when he doesn’t even believe in magic. It sounds very similar to Arronovitch’s books and I hope it will be just as enjoyable. Though I have a feeling it is not set in London, or anywhere else in Europe…

Nocturna by Maya Motayne – This was on my most anticipated underhypder releases of 2019 and I’m very excited for it. I don’t know much about it but I do know it an Latin-inspired fantasy. And that is really all I know so far. I haven’t seen anything negative about it, nor have I seen much of it around the booksphere, to be honest.

You selected this one!

I asked you guys for help in selecting a book from a series to read or continue on in April. And thankfully your guys came through and voted. The winning book form that pool is:

Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo – I’m very exited to continue on this!

Have you read any of these? What did you think?

What’s on your April TBR?

Happy reading!

6 thoughts on “April TBR and reading plan

    1. Yeah! It’s easy to read too. But my main struggle is keeping hold of it before it gets returned to the library and I have to put it on hold again. And then when it comes back I’m busy with everything else. This book just has bad timing in it appearance 🤷‍♀️


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