Today I am just posting this short announcement of another challenge I will be participating in: A Very Arcish Readathon hosted by Bookshelves & Paperbacks. The goal of this challenge/readathon is to read as many ARC (advance read copy) novels as we can during the month of April. I am so pleased to be joining in. People can join in and talk about their progress by using the hashtag #AVAReadathon. This readathon is perfect for me because I return back from my vacation in April and can get a jump start on my piles of ARC books (not real piles, digital piles). But instead of just announcing my attention, I wanted to share with you my to read list!
My ARC Readathon List
Now I want to say that some of these have already been released by now, because I am just that far behind. But they are still through an ARC program, so I’ve included them anyway! I also need to get my Netgalley approval rating back above 80%. I did some read now books before I went on holiday because I was worried they would be archived while I was away…that didn’t help.
Fifth Petal by Brunonia Barry (First to Read)
- Kokoro by Keith Yatsuhashi (Netgalley)
- The Book of Air by Joe Treasure (Publisher)
- The Magician’s Lie by Greer Macallister (Netgalley)
- The Shadow Crucible by Tamora Lakomy (Author)
- A Crown of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi (Netgalley)
- Life in High Def by Kimberly Cooper Griffin (Netgalley)
- Outremer by D.N Carter (Publisher)
- Last Lament by James William Brown (First to Read)
- The Broken Bridge by Philip Pullman (Netgalley)
As you can see almost my whole month consists of ARC but that is because I am so utterly behind. I hope to read some more than this, but this is what I have to read (based on my current schedule).
What are you reading in April?
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