April Wrap Up

April has definitely been a great month for books. There have been so many amazing books released during this month I couldn't keep up! And, as I was taking part in #PaperbackMonth, I have finally focused in my beautiful paperbacks and have made a little dent on my tbr pile. Here's a little wrap up of what I've been doing and reading this month:

What I read:
5 Stars:
The Day We Disappeared by Lucy Robinson
The Lie by C.L. Taylor
Sealed with a Kiss by Rachael Lucas
Ivy Lane by Cathy Bramley 
The Liar by Nora Roberts
Secrets of the Singer Girls by Kate Thompson
4 Stars:
Clash of Iron by Angus Watson
Bedside Manners by Phoebe Fox
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
3 Stars: 
Behind the Scenes by Sophie Childs
Pretty Thing by Jennifer Nadel
To be reviewed:
Wellies and Westies by Cressida McLaughlin
Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

What I cooked:

What I was up to:
April was a really fun month. We had a lot of free time during Easter so we did lots of family activity with our little nieces and went to a couple of barbecues with friends. 
During the month we went to the theatre twice, to see a magician that I love and to see a play in an old convent which was amazing.
For Sant Jordi's Day I just wandered around the beautiful city centre of Barcelona and got some books signed by the authors. 
I also had time to paint a little bit. The result is this cute Hedwig, ready for Hogwarts.

What I blogged about: 
I always enjoy taking part in Top Ten Tuesdays because, one, I love making lists, and two, it's a great way to talk about old books, especial authors or characters. Here are the ones I did this month: 
Finally, I am currently taking part in HarperImpulse Fortnight, supporting and sharing the love for the authors and books of this lovely publisher. So this week I welcomed the author D.R. Graham on my blog to talk Rodeo. Read her guest post here and stay tuned for more fun!

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