April 2018 Dares

April 2018 Dares

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14 thoughts on “April 2018 Dares

  1. I read all of The Lady of the Vineyard, Blackthorn Winter by Kathryn Reiss, and Once Upon a Kiss by Robin Palmer. And part of Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch, How to be Brave by E. Katherine Kottaras, and Geekerella by Ashley Poston, all in like 13 days. XD.
    And oooooh a reading challenge would be fun! 😉
    And oh, I tagged you for the 20 Questions Book Tag on my blog if you want to see. 🙂

  2. Hi there! Aww, thanks! It will be great to have you are … we’re gonna have giveaways and such, so I hope it will be fun even for people who aren’t blogging about it. 🙂

  3. Ooh can’t wait to see your blog being published! I’m pretty new to your blog so I won’t sign up for the tour coz I wanna see how a book launch works for now.

  4. Yay! I’m so glad we’ll get to have you! 😀

    LOL, well, I’m trying to at least half-finish a novel I wrote about 30K of last summer. 😛 So … I’m not a lot better! I don’t have notes, though … just winging it! *is going to die*

    Sounds fun! What books did you read? I might do some sort of reading challenge this summer …

    Well, it’s ALMOSt a novella, so you can count it. 😉 I count all short stories as a full-length book just ’cause otherwise I would fail the Goodreads challenge! 😛 😉

  5. Yes I’m excited for At Her Fingertips! I signed up for your blog tour! 🙂
    And I’m doing Nano, but I had like no prep beforehand so I am just finishing my project that I didn’t finish in November so I can use my notes and outline I already had ready because I’m lazy. 😛
    And I feel like I’ve read a lot this month because I did a challenge the first week of the month where I had to read 1,000 pages in a matter of days which I never usually do and it was really fun.
    And now my Goodreads goal says I’m two books ahead but now I think that I might not actually be that ahead because one was a short story (It was yours actually, The Lady of the Vineyard.) 🙂 and one was one I DNF’d but I counted it anyway because I did actually read some of it. But now I feel like that was cheating? XD Idk.

  6. Sorry! Hopefully you’ll be able to get through it quickly and easily. Though thank goodness for Easter breaks! 😀

    Yeah, I get that. Best of luck with church choir! That’s lots of fun. I always wanted to be a part of a church choir, but I can’t sing to save my life. 😉

  7. So I can definitely relate to the whole feeling you were getting with yourself. I’m hoping to relax a bit during this next week (my Easter break!!) and get a lot of stuff done. Then maybe I can stop pressuring myself to do more as my finals (PATs. Scary.) approach. 😂
    Yeah, I’m really tired too. I don’t think I really mention this on my blog, but I’m in my Church’s choir, and there was a looooooooooot of singing to do on Thursday and Friday. (I love doing the singing, but then the past 2 days are just always… tiring? And all solemn and stuff. So it seems to wear me out more.)

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