Sunday Post: #4 and An (Overly Ambitious) April TBR


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So like always my week was pretty uneventful. I had a paranormal investigation last night and it was a really intersting night so that was cool! Then this morning I went to a platform markets with the family and had the most amazing iced chai latte and waffles with strawberries and Nutella and I almost cried when I finished them. Then I came home and had a nap because I’m old and had about three hours sleep last night. I then depressingly watched my football team lose their game. So that wasn’t fun.

Today I also did some impromptu reading and read two classic short stories: A Haunted House by Virgina Woolf and The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin. I also read Amulet, Vol 2 and cried. I’ll have some reviews up soon!

I’m a bit behind on my feed/followed blogs too because my medication was upped and it’s made me super sleepy. I’m trying to catch up though!


I completely understand that this is extremely overly ambitious especially considering I NEVER stick to a plan, but this is a sort of rough idea of what I would like to try and read this month. I definitely won’t be reading all of them, but I’m hoping to get through some of them at least!

April TBR

The Winner’s Curse got bumped up on my list because I’ve been seeing it everywhere and because it’s been sitting on my bookshelf for well over a year. The LabyrinthiansDeath House and Asleep are review books that I need to  have read by the end of the month. The Labyrinthians archive date is the 19th, so I don’t actually know if I’ll be able to get to that one. Oops. I am currently reading The Dream Thieves (35%), A Court of Thorns and Roses (50%) and Death House (49%) so hopefully I’ll have those finished soon. This doesn’t include any classics or graphic novels because I always wing those.


MARCH 27: Weekly Wrap Up: #1

MARCH 28: 3 Days, 3 Quotes – Day 3

MARCH 29: The Secret Life of a Book Blogger Tag
Top Ten Tuesday: #3

MARCH 30: Myself in 5 Characters Book Tag

MARCH 31: Review: A Fierce and Subtle Poison by Samantha Mabry

APRIL 1: March Wrap Up
#FemmeFriday Book Tag

APRIL 2: Stacking the Shelves: #4
Awards ???

I never have any kind of posting schedule so I’m not sure what’ll be coming up next week. It’ll be a surprise … for both of us 😉 Hopefully I can get some more reviews up since I’m seriously bad at those. I was thinking about talking about my true crime collection maybe? It’s not like massive or anything. I think I only have about 14 books, but still it’s something I’m really interested in so we’ll see!

I hope you all had a fabulous week and that the week ahead is even better. Be sure to link me to your Wrap Up/April TBR/Sunday Posts if you have one!

30 thoughts on “Sunday Post: #4 and An (Overly Ambitious) April TBR

  1. I’ve heard some fantastic things about Passenger, and I’m curious to see what you think about Rebel of the Sands and My Sister Rosa!
    Have fun reading. x


  2. Oh your April TBR has several books I have been meaning to read! The Winner’s circle books have been on my kindle just waiting! So has book one of the Raven Cycle, but I just can’t seem to get into it! Court of Thorns and Roses and Red Queen? Yep, sitting on my kindle. Perhaps I need more hours in the day…
    Samantha @The Book Disciple


  3. It is so cool that you do paranormal investigations. I love the idea, but I’m too much of a baby, no matter how much I love spoopy things. I like visiting creepy haunted places, but I wouldn’t do well overnight. ♡♡


  4. Wow you have such an amazing TBR list for April. I really loved Passenger, Rebel of the Sands, Cinder, ACoTaR, Throne of Glass and The Winner’s Curse so I really hope you love them as well! Cinder is part of my all-time favourite series, and Passenger is in the running for my favourite read of 2016. I can’t wait to see your reviews for all of these books 😀


  5. Hahaha have fun with your 17 books 😂 I’m planning on reread ACOTAR and The Raven Cycle books this month as well! Have a great time ☺️


  6. I love that you do paranormal investigations! I did one a couple years ago in an old cemetery (professionally guided and legal and all that jazz). It was the coolest experience ever! I find that stuff incredibly fascinating. Those waffles also sound amazing. Nutella is my jam.

    Your TBR has so many great choices! The books that you have to review sound so cool just based on their titles. (Not only do I sometimes judge books based on their covers, but also their titles. lol)


    1. Thank you! I love it so much, like even if we don’t get anything just learning the history and being in these places that have been around for so long is incredible. I’ve yet to do an actual investigation in a cemetery, but it sounds like it’d be so good. Haha, yes!!

      Thank you! Haha, I totally do that too.

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      1. The cemetery we were in was where the filmed the newest Nightmare on Elm Street movie, so that was pretty cool. It’s also super old and I think dates back to the Civil War?

        By yeah, I’m totally the same way! I love learning the history. I want to go on all these tours that take you to obscure places in. Being from Chicago, basic history is drilled into us.

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