Thursday, April 30, 2020

Reading Reflections: April 2020

I am quite pleased with how much I read this month. I am also quite pleased that I managed to write a couple of reviews this month as well, and there are a couple of more that are written and scheduled in the next couple of weeks. 

I also my first 5/5 read for the year and a couple that were very close to reaching that zenith.

My Italian Bulldozer by Alexander McCall Smith 4/5
The Lost Love Song by Minnie Darke 5/5 (Australian Author)
Rosie's Travelling Tea Shop by Rebecca Raisin 4/5 (Australian Author)
Talk of the Town by Rachael Johns 4/5 (Australian Author)
Poison Study by Maria V Snyder 4.5/5 (reread)
Ambulance Girls Under Fire by Deborah Burrows 4/5 (Australian Author)
The Rise of Magicks by Nora Roberts 4/5 (audiobook)
Jilted by Rachael Johns 4/5 (Australian Author)

The reviews that I have coming soon are for Rosie's Travelling Tea Shop and Poison Study.

This month I have a couple of more library books left to read, I'm reading a non fiction book (unusual) and a review book (haven't had any of those for a while).

How was your April reading?


  1. You had a good month! Look forward to your review of Poison Study, suspect it will make me read it. I read seven books in April and am quite content with that.

    1. The review will be up in a week or so I think.

  2. Lots of great reads, I hoe the next month is as goog

  3. Love McCall Smith, he is such a great writer! Happy May, stay safe!

    1. He's certainly a good comfort read author fredamans!

  4. Wow, you had a great reading month with lots of great reads. Love it when that happens! Hopefully lots of great reads in May too!