April 2018 Reading Tracker

Here’s my planned to read list:

Books Read:

  1. Beneath the Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire
  2. Noteworthy by Riley Redgate
  3. Bad Girls With Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten
  4. Heart of Iron by Ashley Poston
  5. Scarlett Hart: Monster Hunter by Marcus Sedgwick, illustrated by Thomas Taylor
  6. Noteworthy by Riley Redgate
  7. Bad Girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten
  8. The City on the Other Side by Mairghread Scott, illustrated by Robin Robinson
  9. Cucumber Quest: The Doughnut Kingdom by Gigi D. G.
  10. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom by Gigi D. G.
  11. Defy the Worlds by Claudia Gray
  12. Star-Touched Stories by Roshani Chokshi
  13. Emergency Contact by Mary H. K. Choi
  14. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
  15. Be Prepared by Vera Brosgol
  16. The Wicked King by Holly Black

Books Bought:

  1. Circe by Madeline Miller
  2. The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert
  3. Royals by Rachel Hawkins
  4. Tithe by Holly Blak (I sort of don’t want to count these because I had to spend store credit anyway but okay)

ARCs Received:

  1. Royals by Rachel Hawkins (Vine)
  2. Give Me Some Truth by Eric Gansworth (not requested, Scholastic)
  3. All Summer Long by Hope Larson (requested, First:Second)
  4. My So-Called Bollywood Life by Nisha Sharma (Vine)

So I read a lot this month including THE WICKED KING (SO GOOD OMG) and a new surprise favorite Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi. But I kind of failed at my planned reading. I’m hoping to knock out the lingering titles (Our Dark Duet, Votes for Women, I Capture the Castle, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, Now a Major Motion Picture) next month but I think for some it’s officially make or break time. In other words, if I’m not reading them now I may not read them ever.

I also might have to admit that my dual goal to read more nonfiction AND more adult books may have been too ambitious. I’m doing great with adult titles but nonfiction has been a struggle and I might have to admit that it’s okay to let that go for now.

You can also see what I read in March.

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