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Miraculously, I was able to follow my March TBR last month, and of course that sense of accomplishment has me pumped and motivated to do the same for April. I learned that if I don’t over plan my TBR, I’m far more likely to be successful with following it, so I’m going to keep following that as a general rule.
Tell Me Lies – Carola Lovering
This is a reread for me but for some reason, I couldn’t stop thinking about it recently and just had to dive back in. If you haven’t read this… I’d definitely change that immediately. It will seriously enrage you but it’s also so… realistic and relatable that it kind of hurts? I reviewed it here if you’re interested.
Dreamland – Sarah Dessen
Yes, this is another reread. This happens to be one of my favorite books and I get the urge to read it again at least once a year. If you haven’t already noticed, I’m definitely in a rereading mood.
List of 13 – E.A. Comiskey
I was sent an electronic copy of this from the author for a review, and since it’s supposed to be wrapped up in mythology, I’m super interested in tackling it.
Wild and Crooked – Leah Thomas
I am obsessed with this cover. I received the ARC from NetGalley and even though I’ve got a ton of time before the publish date, I’m really excited to read it and am not willing to wait until the Summer.
Past Perfect Life – Elizabeth Eulberg
This is another ARC from NetGalley that I’m too pumped to wait for. I’ve been very scarce with my NG reads so far in 2019 and figured I’d try to get some done. Hopefully, these two will be great.
Well, once again, it seems like a small list, but at least it’s manageable! These 5 are ones that I know I need to go ahead and read in April, but I’m leaving the rest of my time open for mood reading.
What is on your TBR this month? (: