Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Month in Review: April 2012

Here are my reading stats for April!
  • Books read:  13
Books I read (reviewed ones have * and link to review; books not yet reviewed will be linked up once review is posted.)
  1. Raising Wild Ginger by Tara Woolpy
  2. Paradise Valley* by Robyn Carr
  3. The Sumerton Women* by DL Bogdan
  4. The Girl Who Chased the Moon* by Sarah Addison Allen
  5. The Undomestic Goddess* by Sophie Kinsella
  6. Alex Cross's Trial* by James Patterson
  7. The Hot Flash Club* by Nancy Thayer
  8. The Shoemaker's Wife by Adriana Trigiani
  9. The Flower Reader* by Elizabeth Loupas
  10. The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen
  11. What Doesn't Kill You by Iris Johansen
  12. Barefoot Season by Susan Mallery
  13. One for the Money by Janet Evanovich

Favorite Book of April:   
  • The Shoemaker's Wife by Adriana Trigiani

2012 Challenge Update:
  •  100+ Reading Challenge -- Books Read: 44/100
  •  Support Your Local Library Challenge -- Books Read: 22/37
  •  Off the Shelf Reading Challenge -- Books Read: 8/30
  •  E-Book Reading Challenge -- Books Read: 8/20 
  •  Historical Fiction Reading Challenge -- Books read: 5/15
  •  First in a Series Challenge -- Series started: 4/6 + 3
  •  Finish the Series Challenge -- Series completed: 0/3 + 1
  •  Cruising Thru the Cozies Reading Challenge -- Books Read: 6/13+
  •  Audio Book Challenge -- Books Listened To: 8/25 
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4 comments

  1. You had a fantastic April! I've read glowing reviews for The Shoemaker's Wife. I have not read anything by this author, but I'm tempted to start with this one. Hopefully May is just as good, or even better!

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    1. Thanks Shonda...I loved The Shoemaker's Wife - such an amazing story! I've read quite a few books by Adriana Trigiani - so far they've all been good. My favorites, besides The Shoemaker's Wife is Lucia, Lucia and also the two Valentine books - Very Valentine and Brava Valentine.

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  2. Great reading month for you! I am looking forward to The Shoemaker's Wife.

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    1. Thanks Nise...I loved The Shoemaker's Wife...such an amazing story!!!

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