The Year in Books :: April 2015

It’s that time again!  As part of Laura’s The Year in Books project over at Circle of Pine Trees I am going to share with you what I have been reading and what’s on my reading horizons for next month.

March seemed to be a slightly slower month – not just in terms of reading, but everything seems to have slowed down for me lately.  (I am sure that mindless internet browsing is partly, if not solely, to blame – so I have a little experiment to share with you later this week.)

I managed to read one book in March;

Oliver Twist


I am afraid to say that I found it quite hard going, and I actually much preferred the musical (is that even allowed!? I am going with HELL YES!)

I found myself picking the book up, getting a page or two read and then feeling bored and distracted and putting it down again.  Not great.  But I am not going to beat myself up about it too much.  Some books just don’t click do they?  So let’s move on…

What does April have in store?

I’m not overly sure again to be honest – I seem to have gone back into a slight reading slump of sorts again – but that could be down to my magpie eyes and brain not letting me truly settle on any task at hand at the moment.

I am going to try and read The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield for Book Club this coming month;

The Celestine Prophecy

I am trying to leave it as long as possible to read so I can at least try and retain some information about it for discussion on the night!  And of course I am continuing on with my journey through Middle Earth and The Lord of the Rings too.

What are your reading plans for April – are you joining in with Laura’s Year in Books too?

Organdie. x



3 thoughts on “The Year in Books :: April 2015

  1. Thanks for sharing! I look forward to reading your thoughts on the Celestine Prophecy. It’s been a few years, but I loved it. Either way, if you’re ever interested in some other awesome book reviews and musings, be sure to follow! Thanks!

    • Thanks for stopping by! I am just starting to look through The Celestine Prophecy, I’m sure I will have something to say about it in April!

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