April 2017 Wrap-Up

Hi Everyone! It’s time to wrap the month up again. It’s so fast and this month, I am behind on writing 3 reviews. Actually, I am behind on a lot of things. I hope you will bear with me. I am behind on visiting your blog and commenting. I am behind on tags and awards. I am behind on snapchat. I wish to know how to make those mini clips with the dog face but haven’t been able to figure it out yet. So if anyone know, do share! haha.. But, I don’t want to be Debbie Downer, so it’s best to celebrate achievements instead of failures!

My April reading is very diverse and I’m liking it. I’m trying to venture out to different books. I love reading YA contemporary, fantasy & thrillers. The hardest reading this month was the memoir. I wanted to know more about wine and the book has some amazing facts but it’s still a tough read. The self-help book is actually an easy read! I really enjoyed it because the author is a comedian and he writes it with humor. My favorite advice from him, “Everyone makes mistakes and you shouldn’t be supershitty to people because of it.” I am learning to deal with it both ways, making the mistake and forgiving myself and forgiving others for their mistakes. I also love the Children’s Books for my son. I’m trying hard to share some of my time for him even though I personally want to get lost into my stories haha.. I do have a higher appreciation for Children’s Picture Books. The stories taught us something and the illustrations are a plus!

Okay Kevin Review by James Dillon. I rated it 5 stars! – Children’s Book

It’s Not Like It’s a Secret Review by Misa Sugiura. I rated it 5 stars! – Young Adult Contemporary Fiction

Mr. Postmouse Takes a Trip Review by Marianne Dubuc. I rated it 5 stars! – Children’s Book.

Thunder Underground Review by Jane Yolen. I rated it 5 stars! – Children’s Poetry

Such A Good Girl Review by Amanda K. Morgan. I rated it 4.5 stars! – Young Adult Contemporary Fiction

Wait For The Rain Review by Maria Murnane. I rated it 4.5 stars! – Women’s Fiction

Gone Without a Trace Review by Mary Torjussen. I rated it 4.5 stars! – Psychological Thriller

The Hate U Give Review by Angie Thomas – Buddy Read with Debbie @ DebbiesLibrary. I rated it 5 stars! – Young Adult Contemporary Fiction

Cork Dork Review by Bianca Bosker. I rated it 5 stars! – Memoir

Lego: Nexo Knights – Macy and the King’s Tournament Review by Rebecca L. Schmidt. I rated it 5 stars! – Children’s Book

Bat Count: A Citizen Science Story Review by Anna Forrester. I rated it 5 stars! – Children’s Book

Thirteen Reasons Why Review by Jay Asher – Buddy Read with Debbie @ DebbiesLibrary. I rated it 5 stars! – Young Adult Realistic Fiction

Last Breath Review by Robert Bryndza. I rated it 4 stars! – Mystery/Thriller

Adulthood Review by Andy Boyle – I rated it 5 stars! – Self-Help Book

I hosted my first ever Giveaway. It was for US only and many of you couldn’t enter. A winner has been chosen! I will host an international one coming soon 🙂

Gone Without a Trace – GIVEAWAY!!

The 3 books that I’m behind on writing reviews for are Children’s Books. The reviews and book pictures will be posted in May. That’s my April reading month everyone! I hope yours was as good as mine! 🙂 I also started on Grit by Gillian French, but after 30% I couldn’t finished it.


19 thoughts on “April 2017 Wrap-Up

  1. Melissa @ BookNerdMomo says:

    I know what you mean about being behind on everything. That is me right now. I took a few days break from blogging and come back and am now so behind. 😣 There just needs to be more time for all of us to get caught up lol. Either way, it looks like you have a fantastic reading month Jasmine! Lots of great reads. I so need to read THUG already, I feel like I’m the only one who hasn’t. 🙈 Hopefully soon! I hope you have a fantastic May! 💕

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  2. amber @ onlytruemagic says:

    Amazing wrap-up, Jasmine! These are some amazing accomplishments in your wrap-up and I can’t wait to read some of the reviews you posted. I’m really interested in It’s Not Like It’s a Secret for sure. Best of luck to you in May!

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  3. Reading Tounwind says:

    It looks like you had a great April for reading! I love that you are reading other generes that you don’t normal read I really need to branch out. I can’t wait to read The Hate U Give I have heard a lot of great things about it! Have a great May!

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  4. raistlin0903 says:

    Haha, no worries: I know exactly how you feel. I am running behind on quite a few things myself as well. Time is always a factor, and unfortunately you only have 24 hours in a day (although it sometimes feels like less lol 😂). That is a lot of books that you have read in april. Very cool, and like the diversity of them all.
    Goodluck on catching up on things, and as I said earlier, don’t worry, I am sure I speak for most of the people that follow you that we all don’t mind waiting, as your posts are always very cool 😊Some things are just worth the wait 😀

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