My April TBR

Hey y'all!As of yesterday, I'm officially scheduled until the end of May! How cool is that? I have all my BEA help posts and all planned - not written, because I'm not that organized - but I definitely have an idea of what I'll be able to realistically post. Lacrosse will likely end next week, depending on how we do in regionals, and after the ACT (and prom) on the 18th, I'm upping my posting quantity to 3-4 times a week per my blog goals.As y'all who've been reading Words Like Silver lately know, I struggled with a reading slump in the early spring. Luckily, a few good reads yanked me out of it - like Sinner and Even in Paradise - and I decided that I should definitely make some more reading goals so I wouldn't drift around aimlessly looking for another good read.Sometimes when I'm struggling with reading - which is always a shocker, because that never happens - I have to have some structure. I decided it might be a good idea to make a reading plan of sorts for April, something to give me a little guidance for what I should pick up next. What do y'all think?I decided to divide my to-be-read list (which is forever-growing - this is barely a fraction of a fraction) into three categories: books I've read before but want to read again, books I've never read, and books I've started but haven't had the chance to finish.

MyAPRILTBR-2The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin | GoodreadsThe 13th Reality by James Dasher | GoodreadsSekret by Lindsay Smith | GoodreadsBefore I Fall by Lauren Oliver | GoodreadsJellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta | GoodreadsThe Retribution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin | GoodreadsBone Gap by Laura Ruby | GoodreadsFranny & Zooey by J.D. Salinger | GoodreadsWhen My Heart Was Wicked by Tricia Stirling | GoodreadsGoodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead | GoodreadsRed Queen by Victoria Aveyard | GoodreadsFor Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway | GoodreadsKalahari by Jessica Khoury | GoodreadsThe Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler | Goodreads

Perfectly enough, that also satisfies my be-passable-at-graphic-design blog goal. (Seriously, I want to get good at it.) The books on the list are a few spring releases, a few rereads, and even one or two series conclusions. Since it's in black-and-white, or grey-and-blue, maybe I won't wimp out on that one.I'm marking myself down for fourteen books for the rest of the month - it's the 11th as I'm writing this so it should be doable. I'd like to do stats at the end of the month, hopefully when I do a May TBR. And the May TBR will definitely take BookExpo America into account!

What do y'all think of my book list? Have y'all read any of them?

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