April Reading List

April was a crackerjack month, with 12 books read. I’m thinking the secret to hitting my 100 book goal is more YA novels that are so super easy to read. But still totally count; it’s not like I’m putting Pinkalicious on the list. But in the interest of perhaps a wee bit of personal growth, I am going to try and add in some non-fiction selections. I have tons of parenting and other books on my to read list, but I never get to them because cheap thrillers are more fun. They also keep me up reading until 2 am, so from now on I’m going to only let myself read the non-fiction stuff in bed so I’ll go to sleep at a reasonable hour. Which means I have to read the good stuff during the day, which of course means I have to cut back on other activities like cleaning. But hey, we all have to make sacrifices sometimes.  

What I read in April:
‘Til Death Do Us Part- Katie White
Vampire Academy- Richelle Mead 
Deadly Heat- Richard Castle
Once Upon A Lie- Maggie Barbieri
Frostbite- Richelle Mead

Shadow Kiss- Richelle Mead

Blood Promise- Richelle Mead

Sprit Bound- Richelle Mead

Last Sacrifice- Richelle Mead

Mickey Outside – David Lender

Fear Nothing- Lisa Gardner

The Black Prism- Brent Weeks

About Kate Johnson

stay at home mother with four beautiful children - Isabelle(8), Jackson (6), Sophie (5) and Beatrice (2). Devoted television watcher and reader; wannabe novelist and fashionista.
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4 Responses to April Reading List

  1. Jodilynn says:

    Very interesting NF I just read:
    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.

    Also, really really good fiction I am reading at the moment: Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger. SOOO good.

  2. lonek8 says:

    Thanks for the suggestions!

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