Eden’s April TBR

I was going to do a March wrap up today and then quickly realized that I didn’t come close to living up to my March TBR goals.

Outside of our discussion books, I read two books. TWO. BOOKS.

I literally made a challenge for me to to read five books in five days while on spring break and I managed to only read two (part of this was because I found myself sleeping more than reading/living but it was still a failure none the less).

Now, I know I talk a big game every month. I always seem to start the month saying, “Oh yeah, I’m going to read so many books. It’s going to be crazy,” and guess who never lives up to it? That’s right, me.

So here’s a TBR for April. I’ll probably change it halfway through the month because I seem to do that every month but at least I’m setting goals, right?


I’m not waiting any longer to dive into this book. I keep telling myself that I need to read it when I have more free time so I’m not picking it up and putting it down (because lets be real, I would prefer to sit down and just throw myself entirely into the world), but I have been aching to read ACOL for months now.


I got The Edge of Everything in my LitJoy Crate last month (I think?) and I am really interested in seeing what it’s about. I haven’t seen the most forgiving of reviews for it, but I’ll give it a chance and see what comes of it.


I recently started reading Riders but I’m struggling to get into it. I’m hoping to sit down for a few hours this weekend and really give it a go with this novel because I’ve heard amazing things about it.

I’m going to leave it with those three. Like I said before, I’m positive I’ll be adding to my TBR, but right now, I’m so frustrated with my schedule that I need to think on a small scale to get myself reading more again.

What’s your April TBR looking like? Have you read any of these books? What did you think?


3 thoughts on “Eden’s April TBR

  1. I always fail with TBRs as well because I change moods so quickly when it comes to books. For April though, I plan on reading Clockwork Prince and Clockwork Princess, and I have One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter by Scaachi Koul and Startup by Doree Shafrir coming from Book of the Month Club. A modest list, but I think it will be a rewarding one.

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