So, after sharing my March 2021 Book Wrap-Up yesterday, I figured it was only fair to take a look at some of the books I'm hoping to read in April & May.
This is the first year I've really tried setting myself a TBR, because of the whole mood reader thing, but so far, so good. I've actually read everything that was on my Jan & Feb TBR, plus a couple of extra books in March, so I'm really pleased with myself and marginally optimistic that I can stick to it!
So, let's take a look at my TBR for the next couple of months.
As always, click the buttons beneath each book to add to your Goodreads or Storygraph TBR.
Spring is officially here in the UK and we've had some truly gorgeous sunshine over the past week, although the forecast looks like snow this week - go figure!?!
March was definitely my best reading month of the year so far. I've loved everything I've read this month, including my very first 5-star read of 2021!
So, here's a quick wrap-up of what I read in March. As always, click on the book title for the full review (if available).
Happy March! When did that happen?!
I honestly can't remember the last time I did a book wrap-up, I just know that it hasn't been this year and in between bingeing Wandavision and Love, Victor over the last month, my blog has been a bit neglected.
So, today I'm playing catch-up with a 2-in-1 blog covering the books I've read in Jan & Feb this year.
I'm not going to lie, aside from one or two books, my reading year has been a bit disappointing so far BUT I have some fantastic books lined up for my March and April TBR and I have everything crossed that they're going to be amazing.
So, let's take a look at what I've read so far this year. As always, click on the book title for the full review (if available).
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How's your weekend going?
I've decided to take a little break from the usual Sunday book tag this week to do a post on some of my most anticipated reads of 2021!
I honestly cannot wait until these books are released and I hope they give you a little TBR inspiration as well.
Have you finished any books already this year?
I'm not doing too badly at the moment despite being back at work and homeschooling full time.
I've read one and started another so I'm on track for my reading goal and I'm loving the books so far!
I don't usually set myself a TBR because I'm a mood reader by nature, but there are some really awesome books I'm hoping to read in January/February this year and I wanted to quickly share them with you.
Just click on an image to add the book to your Goodreads TBR:
Well, this is it. The end of a pretty awful year is just a few hours away and I'm sure most of us are glad to see the back of it.
But 2020 hasn't been all bad.
I'm grateful this year to have gotten back into blogging, launched the Turn The Page podcast and read some incredible books.
So, to finish things off, here's a quick roundup of my nine, 5-star reads of 2020!
It's almost time for the Turn The Page Christmas Special!
With things being so different year and many of us still isolated away from friends and family, Sophie and I have decided to throw a very special Bookish Christmas party episode of the Turn The Page podcast!
Running tomorrow, Tuesday 22nd December, this episode will be packed with:
As always, we'll also be reviewing our book club selection which was, The Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith and we'll follow that up with a Twitter chat on Tuesday 29th December at 7pm (UK Time).
We'll also be revealing our Winter Book Club Selection which is a historical, fairytale set in Russia!
On top of all of that, we'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who's listened to the podcast so far! We're absolutely chuffed that the podcast has had over 100 listens already and so, to say thank you, we're going to be hosting a giveaway.
Full details of how to enter will be given in the podcast and in our blog on episode release day (Tuesday 22nd December) so don't miss that for your chance to win a book(s) of your choice (worth up to £20!)
The giveaway will be running internationally (to everywhere that Book Depository ships to)!
So again, a huge thank you to everyone who's supported the podcast so far, we cannot wait to share our Christmas special with you tomorrow!
You can find details on how to listen to the podcast here!
Do you have any books you're trying to finish up this year? What about books you want to carry into the new year?
I'm really looking forward to the upcoming holidays, and the break from work which I'm hoping will help me cram as many books as possible into what's left of 2021!
Some of the books I want to read are the ones on my ARC shelf right now, so I thought it'd be fun to share my ARC shelf with you!
I'm not going to lie, some of these books have been on my ARC shelf for quite a while, so I've enlisted Sophie to help work through these as well!
Just click on an image to add the book to your TBR:
I recently saw a post on Twitter by one of my favourite UK YA authors, Simon James Green, about championing UK YA books.
So, inspired by this, I wanted to share a quick list of some of my favourite UK YA books and authors. I hope this list helps you add a few more books to your TBR!
Click the links to check out my review (if there is one) or to visit Goodreads.
If I've missed any, let me know in the comments!
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