April 2019 #TBR – a plan

(as is my usual custom I have linked the cover graphic to Goodreads so that you might learn more about the book)

I read twelve novels in March, so I thought I’d attempt to read eleven April. Here are my choices for this month:

an older NetGalley title

an older Edelweiss title

my own hardcover book which I’m reading for my A-Z of those I own challenge

A new Edelweiss title which had a 21 day time limit

an old NetGalley title

a book I’m reading for a Blackbird Digital Books tour

a new NetGalley title

my own ebook which I’m reading for my Marsons Of The Month challenge

a really old NetGalley title

a title I received directly from Bonnier Zaffre

a fairly recent Edelweiss title with time limit attached

Wish me luck!  I’m going to need it.  It should be interesting reading a ‘REAL’ book again. The last 200+ books I’ve read on my Kindle… But I just had to bite the bullet. I pledged my A-Z Challenge way, way back in December of 2017 and I’m only reading the A book now… Sad, I know.

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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22 Responses to April 2019 #TBR – a plan

  1. carhicks says:

    There are some really interesting books on this TBR. I will have to check them out. There are only two on here that are also on my TBR. As far as the A to Z challenge for me, I am reading “P” but have already read Q and R. I was reading P in Florida and left the book by the pool and it disappeared, so I had to start a new one when I got home. Good luck with your list. I looks doable to me.

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    • I know that reading a real book will present a challenge in itself. Due to insomnia, I read a lot in the wee hours. I won’t be able to do that with a real book because I share a bed with a very light sleeper.

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  2. Tracy Thomas says:

    That’s a fantastic TBR

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  3. bibliobeth says:

    Good luck! Can’t wait to hear what you think of The Binding. It’s still on my TBR at the moment. 😊

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  4. Sandra says:

    You’re going to be busy! You’ve also reminded me that I’ve been stalled on my own A-Z challenge for I don’t know how long. I must check out where I’ve got to! (Possibly C – so not much beyond you!)

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  5. Alexandra says:

    Ha! I just scheduled my own version of my April TBR for Thursday. I like doing lists, I love lists, but I don’t always stick to them. 😉

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  6. You have a challenge in front of you, but you’re up to it.

    Happy reading, Lynne!

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  7. I loved The Things We Keep! Good luck and happy reading!

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  8. Christine Lynn Terrell says:

    A great bunch, Lynne. A lot of the older stuff deserves readers too. I am pleased that WordPress has FINALLY got it fixed, and now your blog comes right to my email where it is so simple to find you.

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  9. bwreviews says:

    I want to read The Binding so badly!

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  10. Good luck! I hope you enjoy Distress Signals, I loved it.

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  11. I’ve heard good things about The Binding! I’ll watch for your review. Good luck with your TBR

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