My Bookish Month of April 2019

Hello and welcome to another monthly overview! Another month come and gone (well almost, anyway), another busy month, including reading and reviewing for next month’s blog tours. I have managed to say NO a bit more often, so I’m on fewer tours in the coming months and I’m looking forward to having fewer obligations and to reading whatever the hell I want whenever the hell I want 😁

Here’s what I’ve done this month, and some of what I’ll be posting next month:

What I read (full novels):

The Butcher’s Daughter, Jane E. James (review on the blog blitz next month)
House of Skin, Jonathan Janz (review on the tour next month)
Turbulent Wake, Paul E. Hardisty (review on the tour next month)
The Doll Factory, Elizabeth Macneal (review to follow later this week)
Searching for Sylvia, Joanna Stephen-Ward (review to follow tomorrow) The Last Stage, Louise Voss (review to follow next month)
The Devil Aspect, Craig Russell
The Evidence Against You, Gillian McAllister
Close to the Edge, Tony Faber
Worst Case Scenario, Helen Fitzgerald (review on the tour next month)
Wilderness, B.E. Jones (review on the tour next month)
The Courier, Kjell Ola Dahl

What I read (graphic novels):

Gothic Tales of Haunted Love, Hope Nicholson

What I listened to:

On My Life, Angela Clarke (look for BiteSizeSaturday!)
My Lovely Wife, Samantha Downing (look for BiteSizeSaturday!)
Watcher in the Woods (Rockton, #4), Kelley Armstrong
Fault Lines, Doug Johnstone

What I read earlier but reviewed this month:

A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World, C.A. Fletcher
Nobody’s Wife, Laura Pearson
Maria in the Moon, Louise Beech
The Beautiful Side of the Moon, Leye Adenle
Tainted Love, T.S. Hunter
Inborn, Thomas Enger
Crow’s Cottage, John Bowen
The Killer in Me, Olivia Kiernan
The Dangerous Kind, Deborah O’Connor
The Passengers, John Marrs
After the Green Withered, Kristin Ward

This month I also stacked my shelves with the contents of my second Fairyloot box, I shared some music on the Mondays (Long Road to Ruin, One of Us, Tainted Love, Bohemian Rhapsody), I shared an excerpt of Hungry Moon by Ramsey Campbell and I put Kelley Armstrong’s Rockton series in the spotlight.

Wow! Every month I make this list I’m astonished! I probably read less than some of you, but I’m rather proud of myself, and I’m even prouder when I look at everything I’ve posted (not so much in terms of the quality of the reviews, more the fact that I’ve actually written reviews and people have actually read them). I’m really enjoying this blogging shenanigans! As for a book of the month… I’ve read so many great ones in so many genres, I can’t bring myself to choose. Hope you’ve had a good month too and here’s to a new month of happy reading!

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