April 2014 on Lipsyy Lost & Found

Welcome to my April round-up. I had a bit of a reading slump towards the end of the month but all in all it was a good month. I pretty much loved every book I read, and Easter happened which meant a few extra days off work. I spent a lot of that being hungover but y’know…I had a good time. Too good some might say.

Total Posts: 27

New WP Followers: 27 (it’s all about the number 27 apparently!)

Books Read & Reviewed (6):

  • The False Prince by Jennifer A. Neilsen, 3/5 (Review)
  • The Selection Stories by Kiera Cass, 4/5 (Review)
  • Dark Eden by Chris Beckett, 4/5 (Review)
  • Cutlass by Ashley Nixon, 4/5 (Review)
  • Frostbite by Richelle Mead, 4/5 (Review)
  • The Medea Complex by Rachel Roberts, 4/5 (Review)

Read, not yet reviewed (2):
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
Insurgent by Veronica Roth (See guest posts for review)

Friday Features:

Guest Posts:

Most Viewed Posts:

      1. Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish (but not books) Wishlist (View Post)
      2. Top Ten Tuesday: Books You Should Read if You Like… (View Post)
      3. Divergent, The Movie: A Rant (View Post)

    Books Purchased/ ARCs Received:
    I had a few issues with Netgalley this month, (see my rant here) so I tried reeeeallly hard not to request many books. I only requested The Unicorn Thief which I’m currently reading.

    And, I have so many things on in the next few months I have to be really careful with money…but I still managed the Pre-order The One (OBVS) and I also bought Burial Rites.

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    *BOOK (AND COVER) OF THE MONTH*

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    *MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS MONTH*

    Do you even have to ask?

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    Author: lipsyy

    Creative Writing graduate. A Northerner in London. I probably love books a bit too much. Also enjoy vampires, unicorns, man love, tennis & can't get enough of trashy teen novels. I find myself thinking 'What Would Buffy Do?' way too frequently. HIYA!

6 thoughts on “April 2014 on Lipsyy Lost & Found”

    1. Sadly not well. I just haven’t been able to get into it, and I’m not even sure I care about the unicorns. NEVER have I said such a thing before! 😦

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