Fictionophile’s APRIL 2023 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

APRIL by the numbers:

Total books read: 10
Published in 2023: 9
Backlist titles: 1
Five star reads: 4
Debut novels: 3
Books that are part of a series: 2
Goodreads challenge: 41/120 (34%)
GR NetGalley challenge: 22/80 (28%)
GR Edelweiss challenge: 11/20 (55%)

In April, my armchair travels took me to

England (4 times)

U.S.A. (3 times)

Australia (twice)

Wales (once)

In this past month I’ve read TEN titles.

I enjoyed every one of them, some more than others of course.

Homecoming” by Kate Morton

Death Under A Little Skyby Stig Abell

I feel very lucky to have access to so many wonderful books and hope that you have lots of great reading in your future. ♥

And remember….

I have several short stories I’ve saved up for May reading.

Do you intend to read any short stories in May?

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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9 Responses to Fictionophile’s APRIL 2023 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

  1. Looks like a fab bookish month Lynne. I hope May is just as good!


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  3. Snapdragon says:

    There are a lot of short stories I would like to read. I could try to squeeze in an anthology for May.
    Have a great May reading month.

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    • I have several anthologies on my TBR but also have 3 blog tours and umpteen review commitments. I fear I’ll just be reading individual short stories between novels. Thanks for getting in touch.


  4. Emma says:

    I am still trying to get to the Birthday Girl. I fancy the Kate Morton too.

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  5. Carol says:

    I need to move Homecoming up my tbr! One great short story I read recently is Signal Moon by Kate Quinn! It found it free on Amazon Prime (I think). It’s reminiscent of Rose Code. I think you’d like it! My fav short story is Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan.

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