April has to have been one of the strangest months of my life; I don’t think the situation we’re now in would have ever crossed anyone’s minds. In the UK we’ve just completed our first full month in lock-down, and we still don’t know when we’re likely to get some element of normality back. But I’m hoping that by June we will have some form of freedom.
April has been quite a busy month on the blog though however, so I have had that to keep me going. I have managed to keep on top of my reading challenge. I have now so far read 54 books out of 160.
I have also managed to make some more progress on my own writing, and I have written over sixty thousand words for the next draft of my book.
I took part in nine blog tours this month, and I have listed the links below in case you missed any.
I also managed to catch up on several books that have been on my TBR pile for far too long. I’m hoping to make more of a dent in my TBR pile this month. But these are some of the books I managed to catch up on that have been screaming at me for attention.
I have a busy month ahead for May as well. I have seven blog tours coming up, Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald on Monday, 4th May. Ground Rules by Richard Whittle and Killing Mind by Angela Marsons on Thursday, 14th May. The Creak on the Stairs by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir on the Friday, 15th May, Dead Wrong by Noelle Holten on Sunday 17th May, Winter Rising by Alex Callister on Wednesday 20th May and He Started It by Samantha Downing on Monday, 25th May.
That’s all from me for this month. Let me know in the comments if you’ve read any of the above titles and what you thought, let me know what you’re reading at the moment as well. Right now I’m currently reading Lethal White by Robert Galbraith.