It’s a Wrap • So Long, April

Welp. Another month done. The bright side? Another month closer to summertime and… Christmas. (Don’t hurt me!) But, you know, the drill. Enjoy the moment!! Live in the present!! It’s been a busy month for both of us, but still filled with plenty of highlights:

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Shopping List Musts:

April Must Buy List

Estelle: 99 Days by Katie Cotugno // The One That Got Away by Bethany Chase
Magan: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas // The Program by Suzanne Young

What to Click:

Summing It All Up:

Buy It:

The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne
99 Days by Katie Cotugno
First There Was Forever by Juliana Romano
The One That Got Away by Bethany Chase
Kissing Ted Callahan by Amy Spalding

Worth It:

Allegiant by Veronica Roth
The Truth About Jack by Jody Gehrman
All the Rage by Courtney Summers
Every Last Promise by Kristin Halbrook

Borrow It:

Positively Beautiful by Wendy Mills

Mini Reviews:

Moonshine, Knitting and Sleuthing in these 3 YAs
An Artist, a Puffin, and Cowboy in 3 romance titles!

Monthly Features:

Little Kids: Bedtime Stories
Dive Into Diversity: Magan explores step-families
Pub Date: First and Fresh

Free Writing:

BEA Part of It: My Budget-Friendly NYC Day
Magan chats with author Paula Stokes
Baseball and Book pairings
Estelle chats with author Juliana Romano

Don’t Forget:

Link up your April Dive Into Diversity posts here and stay tuned for our upcoming discussion post/linky on MAY 12th!

Tell us what you loved this April!
What should we be adding to our summer beach bags?

4 thoughts on “It’s a Wrap • So Long, April

  1. Lucy says:

    You did have an awesome April! I always enjoy your book recs and I’m happy to see we liked several of the same books this month. I need to get to First there Was Forever and ACOTAR stat 🙂
    Here’s to a great May!

  2. Emma @ Miss Print says:

    Great roundup ladies!

    Also looking forward to seeing your thoughts on The Program–I had a very different reaction to it (but I was also reading it for a very specific purpose which it did not fill).

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