What are you reading? My April reading list

Have you been keeping up with your reading? Thus far this year, I’ve had my nose in far more books than I read last year, and I’m starting to max out at 7 books a month. Now this means, I’ll read about 52 more books this year than I did last year, which is great!

One of my resolutions was to take more time developing myself and my expertise, SO with that being said here are a few of my reading list recommendations for April.

Cheryl Strayed‘s Wild and Tiny Beautiful Things are at the top of my reading list for April. I’ve been increasingly obsessed with her work and neither of these books have failed to hold my interest.

It’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be by Paul Arden

After You by Jojo Moyes

I was rather pissed when I found out about this 2nd book being released. I can blame myself for not staying up to date on her writings, however, I was bombarded by the hardcover of this book in the book store and I was overwhelmed with feelings. A sequel to Me Before You (If you haven’t read it, what the hell are you thinking?) I can’t wait to cuddle up on the couch on a Saturday and read this book.


What’s on your reading list? 

#SummerReadingClub: 5 Reads to occupy the summer

It’s officially summer time, and for me that means reading poolside! (insert 1,000 darker shades here) Once I get organized, I typically free up so much of my time that I get to fall deeper into the fabulous world of books! Here’s my top 5 list of books I plan to read this summer:

1. Project Girl by Janet McDonald

via amazon.com

2. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

3. #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso

4. Not Your Mother’s Rules: The New Secrets of Dating by Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider

5. The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes

I’ve been itching to crack open The Girl on the Train, so i’m sure that’ll be my starting point. What’s on your summer “to read list”? Leave some comments with recommendations of what you’ve read/are reading!

xx- Lo