April TBR!

Good evening, everyone!

I know I’ve been extremely far behind my writing schedule lately as things have not been going too well with me managing my time during these past few days. I’d like to apologize on behalf of that. But hey, I’m finally back! Writing yet another entry once again for a liberate sake of productivity.

Speaking of which, I’ve come to realize that I have not been putting on my best skills towards writing lately. I have my last several posts to not prove otherwise. But I can assure you, that that won’t keep me from doing the thing I’m most certainly passionate about whatsoever, for things like these require process. For now, I will still accumulate effort that follows anticipation of becoming the better writer me in the near-coming future.

So enough dilly-dally, yeah? Allow me to share this month’s ambitious TBR.

Caraval by Stephanie Garber – I got this from a very special friend for my birthday earlier this month. By all means, I’m super grateful to have finally received this. I have heard a tremendous amount of great things coming from booktube upon this book, about it being similar to “The Night Circus” but also exceedingly different with its own individual plot. By that being said, this book has been receiving quite the hype lately, so I’m super excited of diving into it. I will be posting a review about it once I’ve come to an end towards reading it, and will link them here as soon as I finish. Let’s not hope it would disappoint!


Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff – So I actually started picking this up way back in January, and was probably like 50 pages in? I don’t know why I haven’t continued on reading this story, guess I just hadn’t found the right mood yet on doing so. Anyway, I have of course heard such incredible, incredible things being said about this book as it is proven to be told in a creatively done format. I flipped through the pages of this book and have seen images, transcripts from interviews, letters, files, and many other interesting stuff that I have yet to discover as soon I finally get myself to start diving in once again. Here’s to another one of a kind well-written book in advance!


Gemina by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff – The sequel towards this (possible) trilogy will soon of course follow, as I know I would be dying to read this one as soon I reached the end of the other. Super stoked for reading. And yes, you guys should totally be expecting my (hopefully) critical-content-packed review on this one as soon as I’m done devouring it. Links coming soon!


Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – This book has been staying on my shelf for months and still, I feel super guilty for not picking it up sooner. I have heard a great deal of complimentary reviews saying that this book is unlike many other ones out there. It’s fair enough that I’m already 50 pages in, but would still like to re-read it from the beginning to refresh the story up a little bit with a more drawn and focused mind. So there’s that.


There goes my TBR for this month. I feel the need of stepping up towards not only my writing, but my reading game as well this year, for I have been such a slug lately when it comes to doing so. So, wish me luck?

Feel free to share your TBR links down below if you happen to also have one! Or just mention the books that you plan on finishing this April as I would love to know and hear all about it. I’m sorry if I haven’t been the most active person during these past few days. I’ll try my absolute best to get back on track again soon.

Although, thank you so much for your time taken towards reading this post. Hope you enjoyed reading it briefly, for I also enjoyed writing it as well.

from your goal-oriented bibliophile,


*featured image courtesy to – asintokillabookworm.tumblr.com 


2 thoughts on “April TBR!

  1. Redhead says:

    You’ve picked some wonderful books for April! I’ve heard really good things about Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. Have fun with your reading. 🙂


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