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!
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!
The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn (BEST READ)
The Ritual by Adam Nevill (2016 Review) (BEST READ)
Broken Heart by Tammy Faith (2016 Review) (WORST READ)
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!