April Book Haul

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April-HaulRemember last month when I promised not to buy any new books in April? Yeah … about that. I definitely failed. Although, I can say that I didn’t buy as many books as I did in March. So that’s progress, right? We’ll see if I can do better in May. I already bought my book club books for the month, so there shouldn’t be anything that I have to buy.

My goal for May is to not buy any books at all (unless they’re gifts for someone else). That way, I’m not adding to my TBR pile and perhaps I’ll actually get some of these read in a decent time frame. We’re almost a week into the May and so far I’ve managed to resist, though I nearly cried when I realized one of my favorite library sales happens this month … maybe I could make an exception?

Books Purchased:

April-ARCsARCs, Finished Copies, and other miscellaneous free books:

eBooks

I only purchased one eBook this month, but did receive approval for a couple eARCs

  • We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (purchased) – I haven’t seen the TED Talk, but since I’ve been reading a lot of feminist literature lately, this caught my interest.
  • The Sudden Appearance of Hope by Claire North (eARC) – I am so excited about this ARC! I loved her first two novels (which aren’t really her first two, just the first two published under this name) and so far I’m really enjoying this one as well.
  • The Invisible Library  by Genevieve Cogman (eARC) – This sounded really interesting, and it’s described as Doctor Who with librarian spies. How could I resist?

 

One thought on “April Book Haul

    Amanda said:
    May 6, 2016 at 1:59 pm

    We Should All Be Feminists is fantastic! I am so excited for the Nightshade Lounge too!

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