- Genre: Historical Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy
- Publisher: Becomeshakespeare.com
- Release Date: March 9, 2017
- Pages: 462
- My Rating: 3 stars
Hey everyone! Today, I bring to you a very fun tag. Thanks to Galaxy Locks for tagging me to do it. Do check out her blog!
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Welcome to Lauren Carr’s Audiobook-a-palooza Blog Tour! To celebrate the release of Lauren Carr’s mysteries in audiobook format, we have 14 books from her three series on tour!
To follow the tour and to read reviews, please visit Lauren Carr’s page on iRead Book Tours.
In terms of reading, May was a good month. In the beginning, I was reading very slowly but towards the end my summer holidays started and then I was reading like crazy.
I managed to complete 8 books out of which 4 were sent to me for review. Also, 6 books were paperbacks and 2 were ebooks.
A major part of the books I own are classics, and a huge portion of that part is unread.
I say that classical literature is one my favorite genres. That is mainly because I have enjoyed almost every classic I have read so far. I love the long stories, the complex plots and the beautiful writing. However, I cant deny the fact that classics take much more time and effort to read than other books. Because of this, I always lag behind on reading them.
Today I want to share with you all some classic books that are sitting on my shelf unread.
I said in my first book haul post that I don’t do monthly book hauls because I don’t collect a lot of books in a month
That changed last month.
I accumulated a total of 14 books in April. That in itself is more than the books I collected in the whole of 2016. Six of these books I have already talked about in my used books haul post in the middle of April. I’m going to tell you a little bit about the rest of them.
Hey everyone! I’ve never done a monthly TBR post before because I know I will end up not following it. However, this month there are 4 books that I’m definitely going to read so I thought I would share them with you.
April was an okayish month for me in terms of reading. The first two weeks I wasn’t reading much and my school started after that so it got quite busy. The good thing is that I managed to read 6 books and that, good collection too. Two books had been on my TBR list for a long time, two were review books and the remaining two were audiobooks, one of which was a classic. I’m not going to tell all of my thoughts on these books as I plan to do reviews of most of them. Continue reading “April 2017 Wrap-Up”