The lovely Aimal at Bookshelves and Paperbacks, who bought us the wonderful Diversity Spotlight Thursday weekly meme, is back again to help a blogger out with her April Arc-Ish Readathon. The premise is simple: grab your physical or e-ARCs, your favourite snacks, and devour at your own pace said ARCs and snacks.
The readathon is from 12:01 AM (your time) on April 1st to April 30th, 11:59 PM (your time).
Here is why I need this in my life…
I am a self professed NetGalley addict. Ya’ll probably have been around my blog enough to know that have of what I review has come into my hands by some lovely publishers approving my requests and, because I need all the books all the time, I have a tendency to request waaaaaaaaay too many things. #currentlydrowningindembooks
I have also been really lucky to receive some wonderful ARCs from some publishers here in NZ recently and so my TBR has skyrocketed at a rapid pace.
Let me just check my ARC privilege over in the corner for a second and dive into the books I hope to make it through this month. I’ve made what I know is quite an ambitious TBR for me but I really want to give myself options incase my reading mood changes.
- The Evaporation of Sofi Snow by Mary Weber (6th June 2017)
- The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord (1st June 2017)
- But Then I Came Back by Estelle Laurie (4th April 2017)
- Firstborn by Tosca Lee (2nd May 2017)
- Blood and Ink by Stephen Davies (19th September 2017)
- Strawberry Summer by Melissa Brayden (18th April 2017)
- The Changeover by Margaret Mahy (11th April 2017)
Each book I finish this month that is due to be released shortly will receive a full review while others will receive teasers until closer to their release date. I also have some none readathon related books I’ll be reviewing In April as well so keep your eye out for those too.
Will you be participating? Let me know what books you are hoping to get through in April.