Happy Friday bookish people! Today I am bringing you my April TBR which includes what books I will be reading for the prompts of the Easter readathon I am co-hosting this month.
Once again, my TBR game gave me a lot of rolls so there are quite a few books to read this month, I am hoping that my reading will improve this month.
So, onto my TBR!
- Flower – first book you look at: Small Favours by Erin A Craig – I read her first book, House of Salt and Sorrows and really enjoyed it so I am looking forward to this one
- Chocolate – Plot twist: Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas – this is a book that I have been putting off but I am looking forward to reading it
- Cake – Multiple POV: Daughters of Night by Laura Shepard-Robinson – I think this book has multiple points of view but also, it is a haunting, dark victorian mystery so it sounds right up my alley
- Bunny – a short read: Rose by Holly Webb – I read this book when I was younger but I love this story
- The sun – a non-book, self care prompt: I am not sure what I will do for this, probably watch some bookish videos and have a warm bath
- Moon – a mystery: Lily by Rose Tremain – I am so excited to read this book
- Carrot – a title starts with a c: The City Beautiful by Aden Polydoros
- The Mapmakers by Tamzen Merchant – I loved the hatmakers so I am very excited to continue this series
- Down comes the night by Alison Saft – I love Victorian, gothic themed novels
- Nine Lives by Peter Swanson – I love his books and the premise of this book sounds really good
- Queenslayer by Sebastien de Castell – I am two books away from finishing this series so I would love to read this one soon
- An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir – this is another book that has been on my TBR for a long time
- The Five: the untold story of the victims of Jack the ripper – I love anything about the jack the ripper mystery and I think it is great to see the women he killed as women
- A Marvelous Light by Freya Marske – I got this in my Illumicrate box and it sounds very interesting
- Cecily by Anne Garthwaite – I am looking forward to reading historical fiction again
- Only A Monster by Vanessa Len – this sounds very dark and fantastical
- Assassins Apprentice by Robin Hobb – I am excited to start reading the Hobb books
- Bringing down the duke by Evie Dunmore – this will be interesting to try and read another genre outside of my comfort zone
- An enchantment of ravens by Margaret Rogerson – the cover is beautiful and I love this author’s writing
- Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody – this book looks like it has a morally grey male lead that I think i will like
- House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J Maas – carrying on over from March TBR
That’s it for my April TBR!