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My April TBR

I’ll be posting my Monthly Wrap-up post for March tomorrow but, for now, I wanted to let you know what books I’ll be reading next month.

I’ve actually managed to read almost all of the books I planned to read in April a month early so, compared to my last TBR posts (which you can read here and here), it’ll probably be a short one.

The Ends of the Earth by Abbie Greaves

I requested this one on NetGalley what feels like a lifetime ago and I’m looking forward to it.

Though this isn’t Greaves’ first novel, I haven’t read her previous book so I’m going into this one pretty blind. I don’t have a clue where this one will go but I’m excited to give it a read.

The Roadtrip by Beth O’Leary

Everyone and their dog has read at least one of O’Leary’s books so I was very surprised when I was accepted to read her latest book, The Roadtrip, on NetGalley.

I’ve read The Flatshare and have The Switch on my Kindle waiting to be read so I’m definitely no stranger to O’Leary’s writing. I think a bit of escapism is much needed so I’m looking forward to a road trip…without having to move from the couch 😂.

Invisible by Lindsay Woodward

I’ve never read any of Woodward’s books but, when I saw this listed as one of Rachel’s Random Resources blog tours, I signed up immediately.

You only have to read my book reviews to know I’m mad for romance/rom-com books and the premise of this one definitely intrigued me.

Unbreak Your Heart by Katie Marsh

The publishers, Hodder & Stoughton, invited me to read this one via NetGalley as I’ve enjoyed similar novels, and I’m looking forward to it.

I’ve never read any of Marsh’s books but something about this one appealed to me (maybe my penchant for books that are just a little bit depressing?).

So that’s it, my April TBR. What books will you be reading in April? Do you plan each month’s reading or are you more spontaneous? Let’s chat all about it 💬.

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