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April TBR 2023

Hello readers! Its almost April and that means it’s time for a TBR post. I am not doing a big TBR as I know I’ll be busy this month, but I have a few that I hope to get to.

I know so many people read for escapism, but I have a hard time reading when I am stressed or super busy. Being in another reality makes it harder to come back to mine at times.

I did get this one on Libby this month, but I had it skip over me. Once it comes back to me, I can’t pass it up again!

This one follows Jade, a Vietnamese-American girl who goes to visit her dad in his hauted house in Vietnam.

I think I’m in the mood for something spooky and this could help me to get out of my reading slump, too.

I’m also hoping to dive back into my reread of the Night Huntress series as the newest book is coming out in late April.

I was hoping to be caught up before the book comes out, but I honestly don’t know if I will make it at this point. I’m really going to try!

Honestly, I’m not sure why, but I’ve been thinking about continuing the Robert Langdon series for a while now. I have all the books, but haven’t read once in about 3 or 4 years.

I LOVED the two previous books and I really hope to dive into this and read the rest of the series, too!

Fence is a series I’ve been neglecting for a while! I think I haven’t read it since January.

It follows a teen named Nicholas. He gets this scholarship to a boarding school, but can only keep it if he makes it onto the fencing team. The other boys at this school are not like him. He isn’t rich and doesn’t have a ton of training or experience with fencing.

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