April in Review


Month in Review is a feature in which we wrap up what went on each month in terms of our blog, reading and other things in our life. Feel free to leave a link in the comments to your own monthly wrap up post so we can stop by.

on the blog…





Dewey’s Readathon Challenge: A Book and a Snack O.W.L.S TBR 2019

more personally…



Life: Well April started off great with a week off for Spring Break, I had a busy end of the month with getting sick and having Bookfair start. I’m also trying to get my library in order for the end of the year, we are getting new furniture over the summer and rearranging a bit so I’ll have to pack books when school ends. Going to be nuts but hopefully it will be improve the feel of our library.

Reading: 23 books this month! Pretty good for a busy one. I had a lot of time to read that first week when I was off for Spring Break.

  1. The Giver by Lois Lowry
  2. Searching for Dragons (The Enchanted Forest Chronicles #2) by Patricia Wrede
  3. Monument 14 (Monument 14, #1) by Emmy Laybourne
  4. Check, Please!: #Hockey, Vol. 1 by Ngozi Ukazu
  5. Mother Knows Best: A Tale of the Old Witch by Serena Valentino
  6. Godsgrave (The Nevernight Chronicle, #2) by Jay Kristoff
  7. The Fourth Horseman by Kate Thompson
  8. The Simple Art of Flying by Cory Leonardo
  9. The Chaos of Stars by Kiersten White
  10. A Fierce and Subtle Poison by Samantha Mabry
  11. A Reaper at the Gates (An Ember in the Ashes, #3) by Sabaa Tahir
  12. A Perfect Blood (The Hollows, #10) by Kim Harrison
  13. Caterpillar Summer by Gillian McDunn
  14. Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee
  15. American Gods (American Gods #1) by Neil Gaiman
  16. Empire of Night (Age of Legends, #2) by Kelley Armstrong
  17. The Illustrated Fairytale Princess Collection by Shiei
  18. Nightmares! (Nightmares!, #1) by Jason Segel
  19. Juni Taisen: Zodiac War Vol. 1 by Akira Akatsuki
  20. Juni Taisen: Zodiac War (manga), Vol. 2 by Akira Akatsuki
  21. Edens Zero, Vol. 1 by Hiro Mashima
  22. Dr. Stone, Vol. 1 (Dr.Stone, #1) by Riichiro Inagaki
  23. Dr.STONE 2 (Dr. Stone, #2) by Riichiro Inagaki

Challenges: Check out my 2019 Challenges

Audiobook Challenge: 6 books read (25/50+)

Reading Assignment Challenge Author Love: 1 book read (1 each month)

Reading Assignment Challenge Professor Genre: 3 books read (3 each month)

Reading Assignment Challenge Professor Mix it Up:  3 books read (3 each month)

Bookish Resolutions (50 books I own): 12 books read (42/50)

Bookish Resolutions (10 ebooks): 0 books read (0/10)

Connect Five Books Challenge: 0 connections ( 10 books read/ 2 connections)

Tackle My TBR Reading Challenge: 13 books read (47/61+)

Looking Forward:  Going to be busy this month, so I’m expecting to see a drop in reading, but I’m excited for the end of the school year.

Life: So work was insane this month, I have been crazy busy and I am soon going to be moved to another department 🙂 On a more negative note the house thing did not work out so we are having to just upgrade to a bigger apartment at our complex. But it’s okay, I am just ready to be settled for a while. Also I got married!!! 🙂 I also met a bunch of new people and made friends so I have been busy hanging out with them. Life has actually been going pretty well other than the failed house thing but I guess even that has a silver lining.


Reading: I read 21 books this month and I managed to complete all of the O.W.L.S. 🙂

  1. Wicca by Haramony Nice 
  2. The Witches Goddess by Steve and Janet Farrer
  3. A Crown for Cold Silver by Alex Marshall
  4. The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi 
  5. Dark Magick by Cate Tiernan
  6. A Question of Holmes by Brittany Cavallaro
  7. To Walk a Pagan by Alaric Albertsson 
  8. Bloom into You Vol 4 by Nio Nakatani 
  9. Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss 
  10. The Witches Book of Self-Care by Arin Murphy-Hiscock 
  11. Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston 
  12. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins 
  13. Star and Hedgehog by Nayuta Nago 
  14. Papa I love you by Kazuhiko Mishima
  15. Mayonaka no Oyatsu by Neko Kanda 
  16. The Queens of Innis Lear by Tessa Gratton 
  17. Brother x Brother Vol 1 by Hirotaka Kisaragi 
  18. Brother x Brother Vol 2 by Hirotaka Kisaragi 
  19. Brother x Brother Vol 3 by Hirotaka Kisaragi 
  20. Brother x Brother vol 4 by Hirotaka Kisaragi 
  21. Tell me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum 

Looking Forward: I am looking forward to my birthday, I will be turning 23. I am also pretty excited about some plans that I have 🙂 I am not looking forward to having to pack and figure out new furniture and things but it will be alright.

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2 responses to “April in Review

  1. Danielle Hammelef

    New furniture for the library will definitely be awesome once everything is in place. Good luck with the packing and unpacking in the fall. You guys read so many books, and I see a few I’ve read too. Congrats on getting married!

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