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April Reading List

Never thought of doing one of these before but there’s no time like the present right.

So I’m not sure whether to have an ambitious month or take it easy as I have the children for two weeks while it’s Easter Holidays and the schools are closed.

Anyway here it goes:

This Could Change Everything

This Could Change Everything by Jill Mansell.

This is actually my current read and I thought I was almost finished with it. However, Goodreads says I’m 58% finished but I’m hoping it’ll be done either today or tomorrow. It’s not been a bad read and it’s one of those feel-good stories where you hope for the best for everyone at the end of the day. A little bit different to ACOTAR.

Happy: Finding joy in every day and letting go of perfectHappy: Finding joy in every day and letting go of perfect by Fearne Cotton

This is more of a Self Help book which I have had a few people tell me about. It’s about a woman’s battle with depression while still trying to go about her daily life and being on TV. It also comes with advice on the taboo subject of mental health and gives information on the little things that might help to keep the black cloud away. Flicking through the book I have noticed there are some pages for the reader to fill in and be completely be honest with themselves.

The Sun Is Also a Star

The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

In all honesty, it was the cover that has appealed to me and has done everytime I have been into the bookshop so I have finally caved and I purchased it last week along with four other books that the hubby doesn’t know about.

The character of Natasha appeals to me because I am one for facts and figures (I think it’s because I’m an INTP) and Daniel seems like the complete polar opposite. But you know what they say opposites attract and to be honest from reading the synopsis it seems like they fall in love rather quickly and I’m not a love at first sights kind of person.

Everything, Everything

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

Once again it was the cover that caught my eye of this book and then I noticed it was by the same author of The Sun is Also a Star. Once I read the synopsis I thought I have to read this book. This sounds amazing. Already I want to know what it would be like to be in Madeline’s shoes and how awful it must be for her to never be able to see the world unless it was outside of your bedroom window with only two people who you are able to see. What a relief she must feel when Olly moves in next door. Like The Sun is Also a Star this seems like a love at first sight kind of scenario but I’m sure it’ll make for a good read after seeing the star rating other people have given it.

Now there are two more books that I wish to ready but

  1. I don’t know if I’ll get round to them
  2. both are the first books in a series and I really really don’t know which to start first because if I start the series I will read all of them before I go onto something else and these books are:

It’s so hard to choose which series to read next. I so want to read them both but I’m not going to read them at the same time. I already have four on my currently reading list and I don’t want to confuse myself even more.

Whats on your April reading list? Do you know which one of the two series I should read first? 

Just noticed as I was about to post this how bright and cheery my books are for this month. Spring has sprung for me 🌼

2 thoughts on “April Reading List”

    1. I’m hopefully going to have my books read this month ready for the weekend. I’ll take a look at yours 🙂

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