April in Review

April in Review

(Read: 3 / Reviewed: 3)

Another busy month with the new house, and whilst all the redecorating needed to be done, it was just stupidly tiring. If I see another paintbrush I’m going to scream! The good thing is, most of it’s finished now, so hopefully my energy will return and I can do more enjoyable things!

Read

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The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen – My review for this book can be found here! I think I was one of the few that didn’t outright adore it, but sometimes that’s just how it is. I enjoyed it in some respects, certainly, and I’m very grateful to have received it from the author!

The Rift by R. J. Clark – I really didn’t expect to be reading this one. Having added it to my shelf all the way back in 2011, I was contacted by the author in request to review it. Whilst not having time to write it yet, it’ll be my first review in May.

Needful Things by Stephen King – It took me over a month to read this, being nearly a thousand pages long, and during that time I had to take breaks and jump into other books – not because it was bad, but because long novels in general are exhausting to me. I certainly didn’t want to end up in a slump!

Reviewed

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The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn (BEST READ)

The Ritual by Adam Nevill (2016 Review) (BEST READ)

Violet Eyes by John Everson

Storm Glass by Maria V. Snyder (2016 Review)

The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen

Broken Heart by Tammy Faith (2016 Review) (WORST READ)

The Scent of Shadows by Vicki Pettersson (2016 Review)

I also published a different sort of post this month, and that was Book Appreciation: The Beginning where I delve into the past.

On Friday (4th May), I’ll be heading off for the week, visiting family. There will be no blog posts that week, but I will have Twitter access. With the weather on the up and up, I just want to take advantage!

I hope you (yes, you, the wonderful individual reading this), is well, and I wish you another great month! Here’s to May!

Red xx

 

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