April 2020 Blog and Reading Wrap-Up

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Finished Reading in April 2020

It may not look like it from my April Wrap-Up At a Glance here, but last month was tough for reading. I kept starting books and putting them back down because I simply couldn’t get into anything. Doing the Stay Home Reading Rush and the Social Distancing Reading Bingo have both given me some structure in my reading schedule. But as I got closer to the end of the month, that kind of fell off because I felt like I just didn’t know what to pick up next. Sounds like a problem for me to fix this month…

Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic by Michael McCreary

Opinion: Liked it
Format: Audiobook (Library)
Review coming: Not determined

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Cover of Other Words For Home by Jasmine Warga

Other Words For Home by Jasmine Warga

Opinion: Loved it!
Format: eBook (Library)
Review coming: May 10th

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Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg

Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg

Opinion: Loved it
Format: Paperback
Review coming: Not determined

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Cover of Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez

Woven In Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez

Opinion: Loved it
Format: Audiobook
Review coming: Not Determined

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Cover of Knit One, Girl Two by Shira Glassman

Knit One, Girl Two by Shira Glassman

Opinion: Liked it
Format: eBook
Review coming: No review

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Cover of Beautiful On The Outside by Adam Rippon

Beautiful on the Outside by Adam Rippon

Opinion: Liked it
Format: Hardcover
Review coming: No review

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Blog Wrap-Up of April 2020

I’m back to blogging folks! And boy do I have a ton of reviews, shouting, and tags to catch up on. Since I really came back near the end of the month, there isn’t too much to list, but here’s a recap of the posts published in April.

Anticipated Releases April 2020

Most Anticipated Releases of April 2020

It’s getting harder to keep track of what’s coming out when now that release dates are getting shuffled around, but I found four books whose April releases I was really excited for. Trying to get my hands on a copy of each soon!

#StayHomeReadingRush: What I’m Reading!

An emergency Reading Rush to get my reading (and hopefully) my schedule back on track? Sign me up! Here’s what I’ll (fingers crossed) be reading during these four days.

Stay Home Reading Rush Wrap-Up

Stay Home Reading Rush Wrap-Up

Well, it certainly wasn’t as bad as I expected it to go… I didn’t complete the Stay Home Reading Rush, but I did pretty darn well. Come see what I managed to finish in four days.

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – April 22nd, 2020

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. To participate, just answer the following questions: The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?

Seven Reasons You Should Read Her Royal Highness

7 Reasons You Should Read Her Royal Highness

Her Royal Highness is everything you’d want and more in a royal YA romance with an f/f pairing. I’ve narrowed it down to seven main reasons why you should put it on your TBR!

January, February, and March 2020 Wrap-Up: Catching up on what I read during my multi-month hiatus and a peek as what's to come

January, February, & March 2020 Reading Wrap-Up

I’ve been gone from blogging for a while, but I’ve been reading a ton! Now that I’m back, I thought I’d catch you all up on what I’ve been reading in 2020.

Personal Wrap-Up of April 2020

April was such a weird month for reading. I picked up so many books and lost focus after the first chapter or two. When this happens, it’s always an “it’s not you, it’s me” problem, so this isn’t the month to judge any of the books I marked as “currently reading” then quietly put back on the TBR. Hopefully I figure out how to kick this soon.

Another month of quarantine, too! My state (Pennsylvania) is lessening restrictions in certain counties, and even though mine isn’t one of them,  I’m scared for how that’s going to go. I’m scared for how the whole country is handling this right now, but I’m trying not to put too much energy into it.

How did your April go? Has time lost all it’s meaning yet, or is that just me?

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