Good morning, Readers! I hope you’re all doing well and staying safe. The chaotic state of the world constantly re-emphasizes the importance of having inner peace. I hope that, now more than ever, you know where to find that.
We’re already a little over a week into April, so I do consider this post a little late, but I have my April TBR list and monthly goals today! I’m really looking forward to the list of books I made for this month. They are not exactly what I expected to be reading, and don’t apply towards my yearly goals as I would usually hope, but I believe this list to be the best for the circumstances.
📚 The Fall of Candy Corn by Debbie Viguié
📚 The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
📚 The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery – If I can find a copy, that is! The Maidens of Green Gables are having a read-along. I’ve wanted to read The Blue Castle for a while now, and this would seem to be the perfect opportunity! Except that I don’t have a way to get a copy without the library; even all of the digital copies are checked out! I’m still hoping, though!
📚 Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger (audiobook)
📚 A book set on a continent I haven’t yet read from this year (Africa, Asia, Australia, Antarctica, or South America)
📚 Re-read Disruptive Witness by Alan Noble – I had already finished this but hadn’t taken it back to the library yet when we closed, so since I have it for a while longer, I might as well re-read it!)
📚 I’m working on a reading plan to read the entire New Testament of the Bible this month. So far, I’m (barely) on track!
Other April Goals:
- Post 3+ book reviews
- Knit, sew, and crochet things to give away
- Plant vegetables!!!
- Stay ahead of the game with emails, ARCs, & other blogging things while spending so much time at home
- Be an encourager
- Look for opportunities to bless others
- Outline display and decoration ideas for Summer Reading
Do you have any goals for this month? Any shows, movies, podcasts, or games you intend to go through?
I hope April is as enjoyable and peaceful for you as is possible.
Until the next chapter,