What’s on my TBR: April 2019 – 30 Days of April #3

To put it lightly I failed March’s TBR Jar picks bigtime, because I had so many other great books that got approved on NetGalley and I just.. chose to read those instead. So for April, arguably the best month of the year, I’ve chosen the books off my shelf that I just cannot wait to read any longer. Bookshelf Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman This book was on everyone’s reading list last year, and I am so late to jump on. I can wait no longer, and getting myself a fix of Eleanor and her highly praised story. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton Another highly regarded books in the bookstagram community. Also recommended by a friend. Last month I finished the Opposite of Always, another time travel young adult novel and absolutely loved it. I hope this one lives up to the hype. Very excited. Blacklands – Belinda Bauer Just because I love her and miss reading her books. According to the great wide web, it is one of her best works yet, so I am waiting no more to dive in! The Corset – Laura Purchell One of the highly anticipated books for me following The Silent Companions. I loved her first book, and look forward to finding out how different this one is, if at all. NetGalley As it stands I have two books on my NetGalley shelf, too.                   Whether I will get around to them this month, only time will tell. So that’s what April’s books have in store. Ditching the helpful book jar picks, and just do me. It is my birthday month after all and I should be able to do what I want, right? What’s on your list this month? Any books above you’re read already? Let me know in the comments! PS! See you tomorrow with another April-athon post 🙂 Related