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Monday, May 2, 2011

Many Books in a Year: April

I'm still counting. If you are new to Many Books in a Year you can find an explanation here. basically I'm counting the books I've read. I wanted to know how many I get through.
April was an interesting month. I turned 24 at the beginning of the month and I had a boat load of exams to study for. But I still managed to get through a good amount of books.  In April I read I read 5 books total, listened to one audio book, started and didn't finish two (I really hate when that happens).  Which brings me to 29 books total.

1) Lover Unleashed by JR Ward
2)Wondrous Strange by Lesley Livingston (Audio Book-My Thoughts coming soon)
3)Identical by Ellen Hopkins (My Thoughts)
4)White Cat by Holly Black (My Thoughts)
5)Nightshade by Andrea Cremer (My Thoughts)
6)Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater (My Thoughts coming soon)

Did Not Finish
7) Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney (My Thoughts)
8) Prophecy of the Sister by Michelle Zink

*A little update on my book buying ban--> I failed twice this month. I was at costco and found Something Borrowed for SUPER cheap so I bought it. I also bough Linger because I wanted it. So yeah. But I have read two of the books from my list of 20 that I need to read before I buy another book (the others are from the library or borrowed from friends). I am still on my ban, and I am cracking down. I am hoping to get the remaining 18 read by July. But we'll see.

**Also, if you haven't already. Make sure to enter my giveaway. All you have to do is tell me what you're most favourite books has been this year, and you could win TWO books.


  1. Good luck with your ban! I would try one but I just rather not make promises I can't keep. I'm weak when it comes to books like other women are when it comes to clothes or shoes.

  2. Book buying bans are difficult! 29 books is great. Good job!


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