I hope everything is going well for all of you readers. It is wonderfully overcast here today, which makes me happy. However, my windshield wiper blades are currently broken, so I hope it doesn’t rain too much before I can get that fixed! As promised, here is the list of what I
plan hope to read in April.
📚 Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
Genre: Short story cycle? Epic? Historical Fiction on one page and sci-fi later? I still don’t know if it is even possible to classify this book.
📚 Listen, Slowly by Thanha Lai
Genre: Contemporary Middle-Grade
📚 The Persistence of Vision by Lisa Gery
Genre: Historical Fiction, Romance
I am already about halfway through this book, and although it has some difficult parts I am really into the story so far.
The Persistence of Vision on Goodreads
📚 Live Without You by Sarah Grace Grzy
Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance
I can hardly wait to read this!
📚 It’s Not What You Think by Jefferson Bethke
Genre: Non-fiction, Christian Living
It’s Not What You Think on Goodreads
📚 Last Girl Standing by Marjory Kaptanoglu
Genre: Contemporary, Mystery, possibly Sci-Fi
I’m honestly not completely sure about this one, but I have accepted a review request for it and it does sound interesting, so we’ll see! I am optimistic and hopeful that it will be enjoyable.
Last Girl Standing on Goodreads
📚 Finding Christmas Joy by Amanda Tero
Genre: Is Christmas its own genre? + Contemporary Christian Fiction, short story
It’s time for another Christmas story! I would like to read a full-length Christmas book, but if I do not have time, this short story will work towards my goal of reading one Christmas story per quarter just as well.
Finding Christmas Joy on Goodreads
Seven books. I would really like to add more to this list, but I don’t expect to have time to read more than these! Anyways, this is more of a suggestion or guideline for myself rather than a requirement, so if I decide to read something that is not on this list, it is just fine. The point is to keep me on track to reaching my goals for the whole year, not to turn something fun into a chore.
Have you read any of these books? What do you think you might read this month?
Let’s talk about it in the comments!
Until the next chapter,
This looks like a great lineup for the month. Listen, Slowly has been on my list for a while now. Looking forward to reading your reviews!
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