Since I took a hiatus in March, I never made a wrap-up post for that month, so this shall be a combined affair. However, things have gotten extremely busy at work – we’re in the home stretch with only 4 weeks left – so my reading and blogging has necessarily been placed on the back-burner. Paying job’s gotta come first, you know? But here’s my two-month wrap-up post nonetheless.
BOOKS READ IN MARCH/APRIL:
The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall
Burning Kingdoms (Internment Chronicles #2) by Lauren DeStefano
My True Love Gave to Me [edited] by Stephanie Perkins
CURRENTLY READING/LISTENING TO:
OTHER NEWS AND/OR POSTS OF INTEREST:
Because there are two month’s of posts to wade through, I’m going to do this in bullet point fashion to keep things concise.
Top Ten Tuesday:
- All-Time Favorites from the Past 3 Years
- Top Ten Books for Readers Who Like Historical YA with a Paranormal Twist
- Top Ten Characters I’d Like to Check In With
- Top Ten Inspiring Quotes from Books
Waiting on Wednesday:
- A Night Divided by Jennifer A. Nielsen
- The Stars Never Rise by Rachel Vincent
- Valiant by Sarah McGuire
- The Secrets We Keep by Trisha Leaver
- Dance of Fire (Dance of Shadows #2) by Yelena Black
I also shared post #10 and #11 of my Week in Bookstagrams feature, my February and March Book Haul posts, and my TBR list for the Trees of Reverie Read-a-Thon.
You can also read my March State of Me post HERE and my April version HERE.
ANTICIPATING IN MAY:
Other Things I’m Anticipating: The end of the school year! Even though I adore my class – my kiddos are really fantastic overall – I am SO ready for summer break! Only 19 days left!
Hello, May! ♥
We all love summer breaks!! <3
I didn’t know Cress was out!
Weirdly, A Court of Thorns and Roses is already out here in Australia. I thought it was supposed to be out May 7 but *shrugs* that’s okay. I bought it the other day at Kmart (for$10!) because I saw it and I just NEEDED it even though I already have an ARC. But the cover was so PRETTY!
I’ve seen folks in the US with the book already, too. I have it preordered, though, and haven’t yet received mine. I have plenty to read in the meantime, though, so I’m not too fussed. It’ll get here eventually!