I have four lovely print books that I want to read this month. I haven't read print books in a while and I know I'm going to love the feeling of having a physical book in my hands.
1) Jakob's Colours by Lindsay Hawdon
I relieved this as an ARC from Hodder & Stoughton and I'm really looking forward to reading it. It's out of my comfort zone slightly as it's a historical novel and I haven't actually delved into that genre much. However I am willing to give new things a try and I'm hoping that I enjoy it as much as I think I will.
2) Conspiracy of Blood and Smoke by Anne Blackman
This is another ARC that I received but this time from Headline Review. This is another historical novel and just by reading the blurb it sounds exciting, interesting and thrilling which is what I want. Fingers crossed I love it.
3) Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories by R.J. Palacio
This was originally on February's TBR list, but sadly I didn't get the time to read it which was a shame. I've already read Wonder and I loved it! From what I gather from this book is that it's set during the time of Wonder but from the perspective of three minor characters, which is a pretty interesting concept.
4) Girl Online on Tour by Zoe Sugg
This was also in my February TBR list, but alas I never got around to reading it. I read Girl Online last year and it was pretty good, despite finding out that it was partly ghostwritten. I liked the story behind it and I'm looking forward to finding out more in this sequel.
I also have a couple of E-Books that I want to get around to reading on my Kindle this month. I have been trying to sway more towards print books at this moment in time, but sometimes I can't help but go back to my Kindle as it's so convenient.
1) Finding Hope by Colleen Nelson
I received this as a digital ARC a few months back, but haven't got around to reading it yet. I love the idea behind this seemingly short book. From what I can tell it is going to be dealing with issues that I haven't read about in any book before so I'm looking forward to seeing how the author brings them across.
2) Flawed by Cecelia Ahern
This is another digital ARC that I have received. I have never read any books by Cecelia Ahern before so what better way to start that off then by reading her first ever Young Adult novel. Just by reading the synopsis it sounds like it's going be right up my street. It'll also be good to see how an author who usually deals with chick lit and romance deals with young adult fiction.
So there we go. I'm hoping to get through all of these this month, and as always will be doing honest and fair reviews on all of them.
Have a good month!