Saturday, April 1, 2017

*Platypire Read-A-Thon* April

Photo Courtesy of Platypire Maribel
It's April, which means it's time for me to update my read-a-thon list. I'm mostly caught up on review writing, although I do hope to get completely caught up this month (there may be a few reviews that can't be posted until a later date however, but if I can have them written and ready to go, that will be a good thing.) Because I'm mostly caught up with writing reviews, I'm hoping to get more books read this month than I did in March. We shall see if I succeed. 

R - Read
C - Currently Reading
T - To Be Read
NR - Needs Reviewed

Read

Needs Reviewed

NR - Something Wonderful by M. Clarke
NR - Bond to Break by Ginna Moran (Proofread)
NR - If This Was a Movie by Ginna Moran (Proofread)
NR - Mary Ting Proofread (Not yet listed on Goodreads)
NR - Alexandrea Weis Proofread (Not yet listed on Goodreads)
NR - Bicycle Thieves by Mary di Michele (March)
NR - Duck and Hippo in the Rainstorm by Jonathan London (March)

NR - Suicide Squad Most Wanted: Katana by Mike W. Barr (March)

Currently Reading

C - The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd (2015)
C - The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (2015)
C - The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin (2016)
C - Sweetwater: The Kihn by Rivi Jacks (2015)
C - Give Me Your Answer True by Suanne Laqueur (2015)
C - The Voyage by Tammie Painter (2015)
C - The Road Home by Kathleen Shoop (2015)
C - Troll by Ashley C. Harris (2015)
C - The Sanctum of Souls by R.K. Pavia (2015)
C - The Travelers by Chris Pavone (2015)
C - Back of Beyond by Neeny Boucher (2016)
C - The Things We Wish Were True by Marybeth Mayhew Whalen (2016)
C - Letter's From Paris by Juliette Blackwell (2016)
C - An Exaltation of Larks by Suanne Laqueur (2016)
C - River of Ink by Paul M.M. Cooper (Jan)
C - The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco (Jan)
C - Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor (2016)
C - My Sister's Grave by Robert Dugoni (Feb)
C - Everything Belongs to Us by Yoojin Grace Wuertz (Feb)
C - Eleanor Roosevelt: The War Years by Blanche Wiesen Cook (Feb)
C - Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (March)
C - Ginna Moran Proofread (March)
C - The Space Between the Stars by Anne Corlett

To Be Read

T - The Devil's Prayer by Luke Gracias (Feb)
T - Courage to Soar by Simone Biles (March)
T - In Such Good Company by Carol Burnett (March)
T - Mary Ting Proofread (April)
T - Alexandrea Weis Proofread (April) 
T - Jillian Ashe Proofread (April)
T - The Idea of You by Amanda Prowse (April) 
T - The Radium Girls by Kate Moore (April)


I'm only adding five new books for my intentions for the month, and like the past few months, my real intentions are to knock out the books that I've already started first (although I've done an abysmal job of that so far.) And three of the five books added are books that I will be reading start to finish no ifs, ands, or buts about it, so there is that. But with any luck at all, my currently reading list will be shorter at the end of the month.

How many books do you think I'll actually finish in April? - Katie 

4 comments:

  1. I think you need to stop reading, catch up on the reviews, bank the ones that aren't listed yet, take a deep breath, then dive back in. You would enjoy reading the new books more with a satisfying sense of completion from being done with the others. Just my suggestion ;)

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    1. I am mostly caught up on reviews right now, all things considered. And it doesn't really bother me having a billion and a half books started. I pretend that it helps keep my memory sharp keeping all the different story lines straight. (Also, when I get proofreading jobs in, I have to stop what I'm reading to get to work.) - Katie

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  2. How does your head not explode????
    I feel bad for cheating on books when I've got 3 going, and look at you you book whore! LOL

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    1. I have a very good memory where the written word is concerned, either because I trained it to be that way by reading a dozen books one chapter at a time during summer vacation while I was in middle and high school, or just because that's the way it's wired. I'm not sure which it is, but I have no problem keeping plots straight for several books at a time. - Katie

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