Reading Recap April 2019

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April was one busy month! It was another month where I listened to several audiobooks while I was at work, so this list is a mix of books I physically read along with ones I listened to.

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Butterfly Palace audiobook cover artTidewater Inn audiobook cover artRosemary Cottage         By:         Colleen Coble         Narrated by:         Devon O'Day     Length: 9 hrs and 13 mins     188 ratings     Overall 4.5The Resistance audiobook cover artTearing the Veil audiobook cover artCharging the Darkness audiobook cover art

The Knight in Battered ArmorLost Roses

Which book was my favorite for the month? I have to go with The Memory House by Rachel Hauck! My review will be shared in just a few short days as part of a tour with CelebrateLit 🙂

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What was YOUR favorite book you read this month? Have you read any of the books above as well? Any on your TBR list? Share in the comments below! 🙂

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9 thoughts on “Reading Recap April 2019

  1. I’m going to listen to The Memory House in May. It will be a nice break from my usual murder mysteries…

    Rachel Hauck gave such a wonderful testimony at CFRR that resonated with readers AND Authors.

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      1. That’s cool. Part of the fun of meeting the author is that it just feels a bit more personal when you read their work!

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  2. We had one book in common that we both read this month. The Governess of Penwythe Hall. I’ve been wanting to read Kari Trumbo’s Deep Longing of the Soul. It’s on my kindle! You’ve read lots of great books this month!

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    1. I didn’t realize I’d made it through that many until it came time to add them all together for the post! Depending on the length of the book I could listen to an audiobook in a night at work so I had plenty of time to get to several of them! 🙂

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