Tsundoku Bingo Spring 2018

It’s time for the Spring Tsundoku Bingo. If you joined in for the Winter Tsundoku Bingo, I hope you had fun and were able to knock some of those books of your TBR pile. I would love to see you read and for what category. Please feel free to share, so that I may add some more books to my reading list.

You don’t need a blog to join in the reading fun. If you plan on doing the challenge just say so in the comments.

The Rules:

♦ There will be a new bingo board every quarter: April/May/June

♦ You know how bingo works – get 5 across, horizontal, or diagonal or if you want just work your way through the board during the quarter. The FREE SPACE bookworm is your opportunity to choose any book you want to read.

♦ Sorry, you can’t use the same book for multiple squares

♦ And yes the books you read for Tsundoku bingo can overlap with other reading challenges

WHO’S IN?

April Wrap Up & May TBR

This year is all about knocking books off that ever-growing TBR pile. At least, in theory. It does, however, appear that I’m not doing a very good job. I keep acquiring more books and not reading what I already own; although my acquisitions have gone down considerably.

Back in March I hit a major reading slump and didn’t even come close to reading the books I wanted to. Having said that April fared much better, but there were a couple of books on my April TBR I didn’t read. Continue reading

[ARC Chat] Macbeth by Jo Nesbo

Title: Macbeth (Hogarth Shakespeare)
Author: Jo Nesbo
Format: eARC
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Crime Fiction
Publisher: Hogarth (Crown Publishing)
Release Date: April 10, 2018

[Read | Skim] [Buy | Borrow]

Disclaimer: I received this ARC from Netgalley free in return for providing my honest and unbiased review.

Two Sentence Summary: Not sure I really need to do this, since it’s based off of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, but here goes. Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday – From Page to Screen

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is a FREEBIE and I’ve decided to go with books made into movies.

I don’t typically watch books adapted into movies, however there are a few that catch my attention. Here are a few Pages-to-Screen that have caught my eye. Some movies I’ve seen prior to having read the book, which in my world is a no no. Continue reading