April has been one of the fastest months for me, but also one of the slowest. I’ve done very little, although it’s been nice to have old friends back in my life (even if they have then left me for London). I’ve been reading and renewed my love for both Pokémon and The Sims. I have failed epically when it comes to curbing my spending, but have been extremely successful in making myself happy. I’ve not really read a bad book this month and I’m happy with that.
Can’t Stop Listening
Ophelia – The Lumineers
7 Years – Lukas Graham
Gimme Chocolate – Babymetal (this is not a song for everyone but it’s so strangely catchy)
Crazy For You // We Were Liars // Half Lost // The Great Zoo of China // The Invisible Library // The Masked City
Falling Into Bed With A Duke // Ten Ways To Be Adored When Landing a Lord // Truthwitch // Off The Hook // Blood Bound // Learning to Live
Metaphors & Moonlight // Do You Prefer Male Or Female Protagonists? // What Age Protagonist Do You Prefer? // Revamping & Reposting Book Reviews
The Quiet People // How Do You Choose Your Monthly TBR?
It Starts At Midnight // Pickiness Of Endings: Can I Ever Be Pleased?
All About Books // Monthly TBRs: Why And How They Work For Me
Cornerfolds // Do You Finish Series You Don’t Love?
Broc’s Bookcase // To Re-Read or To Not To Re-Read?
Boats Against The Current // YA Heroines: Likes and Dislikes
Quite A Novel Idea // Too Busy To Read? Try These Tips
Of Dragons And Hearts // Supernatural Love Interests
The Honest Book Club // Who Do We Comment For?
Girl In The Pages // The Science of Swooning // The Blog Balancing Act: On Working Full Time And Keeping Up With Your Blog
The Book Smugglers // Sunil Patel – I Read A Bunch Of Romance Novels And You Should Too
The Daily Prophecy // Feeling Uninspired
Feed Your Fiction Addiction // The Series Dilemma – Let’s Discuss
Paper Fury // How Do You Know If Your Blog Post Is ‘Inspired’ or ‘Copying’ // Why You Should Start A Book Blog
And there is my April. What have you been reading book-wise and on the blogosphere?