April Wrap Up & May TBR

I bet you guys had an easy and smooth April.

Mine was coupled with deadlines and exams which I still have two more to call it a semester. It was a busy one but luckily I took time off from everything and delved into some travel adventure with my bestie. This was a great experience for the two of us and we are planning to have more similar rewarding getaways going forth.

This month I haven’t done a lot of reading ( I had mentioned this before) but I didn’t expect it to be this bad. However, I look forward to get back on track once am done with my exams.

This month I’ve read two books and had to put one aside which I’m definitely revisiting in May.

Here goes the list of books I read in the month of April;

Choose Yourself by James Altucher

Bruchko by Bruce Olson 

Just those two. Now I bet you understand why I say it’s been a hectic month huh?

During my Easter vacation, I tried immersing myself in Zukiswa Wanner’s London Cape Town Joburg book but I just couldn’t get along with it. Not that it’s boring. No. If anything I bet it’s an awesome book with the 60 pages I read and I’m looking forward to get back to it come May after the exams. I simply wanted to explore my country’s rich heritage because trust you me Lamu Town is so breathtaking you wouldn’t want to commit to anything else if not exploring each and every corner of the Island.

To avoid reading less in the month of May, I have formulated a list already which I MUST stick to and see to it’s achievement.

May TBR list 

London Cape Town Joburg by Zukiswa Wanner

A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer

Some Kind of Black by Diran Adebayo 

…., and a little additions from my book club recommendations. I’ve been having this books with me for the longest time and I think it’s only fair if I read them already.

Have you read any of the books in my TBR? What did you think of it?

Here’s to wishing you a lovely new month….,




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