#TBR April 2020

I started typing up a wrap-up for March 2020, and well, it just didn’t happen. Long story short, I (temporarily) DNF’ed Little Fires Everywhere… not because I probably won’t enjoy it at some point. I just simply could not get my brain to care with all the COVID-19 shit going on. (And yes, shit is the most appropriate word. I just can’t even. I’ve basically disconnected from media and social media, deciding I’m in control of what I’m letting in and I’m exercising that power to the full extent.)

I read two books last month I didn’t originally plan on. Both were enjoyable enough to get my brain to latch onto, even amidst the shit.

In Five Years
Rebecca Serle
What You Wish For (ARC)
Katherine Center

The rest of the books I read in March, along with my ratings/reviews for each, can be found on this GoodReads shelf. (P.S. I’m still reading Outlander. My God, it’s long, but it’s damn good.)

April TBR

Now, for what you really came to read in this post. (Obviously, I’m working on finishing up Outlander.) Since it’s already 1/3 of the way through April, and I still have 10 hours of Outlander to go, this may be ambitious, but who knows. Escapism is my life right now!

The City of Brass
S.A. Chakraborty
Separation Anxiety
Laura Zigman
This Is Not How It Ends
Rochelle B. Weinstein
Rushing in
Lexi Ryan
Neal Shusterman
Bones Don’t Lie
Melinda Leigh
Christina Lauren

That’s it! I hope you’re coping well and staying healthy, my book loving friends. Spread hope, not fear!

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