April TBR Picks Revealed! I am so excited for this month’s reads. Yes, I know I say that probably every month, but this month I have TWO picks I have been waiting months for on the list. I got early copies and am BEYOND excited to share them with you.
First, I up is Go the Distance by Jen Calonita. It is a Disney twisted tale based on Hercules! Jen was on my Book Hour talking all about her twist tale Conceal, Don’t Feel based on Disney’s Frozen a few months ago. I LOVED that book and was so excited to meet/chat with her on my YouTube Channel. When she told me months ago Go the Distance was set to release this month, I could not wait to get a copy. Seriously, I had a countdown on my phone. I am so excited to see the twist of what if Meg had to become a Greek god?
Next is What’s Not to Love by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka. These authors were also on Book Hour chatting about Time of Our Lives. They write YA romance, and I LOVE how fast-paced their writing is in their novels. When I heard about What’s Not to Love, it also joined my book release countdown on my phone. I was beyond thrilled, and I mean, this cover? It’s beyond adorable! I cannot wait to dive into this book!
The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner is freaking everywhere on my IG explorer! Everyone is talking about this book, and I cannot wait to see why! It isn’t too long, and the synopsis sounds so intriguing. This is a book I will definitely give you my thoughts on!
Chain of Iron by Cassandra Clare has been on my radar since I finished Chain of Gold. It brings back Cordelia and James. I have been dying to find out what comes of those two’s relationship and Matthew!
Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan is another historical fiction that I have peeked at. I am on the first chapter, and the writing is so gripping there was no way I couldn’t include this book. I have been on the hunt for a historical that brings in a titanic feel and I have feeling this is it.
Which book on my April TBR are you most excited to see?
I have YA fantasy, YA romance, women’s fiction, and historical. Let me know which book I should start with!