I had a great reading month in April, reading a total of 8 books. It was an even split between fiction and nonfiction.
My Favorite Nonfiction: Walking With God Through Pain and Suffering by Tim Keller
My Favorite Fiction: A Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry Thomas
Three of the books were audiobooks, two were paperbacks, and three were e-books.
So far, I've read 24 books this year. This is a pretty good pace for me. Long gone are the days I read 200+ books a year. I'm usually happy if I get close to 75. I didn't set a reading goal for this year, but I have been making an effort to put down my phone and pick up my Kindle.
How about you? What's the best book you read in April? What are you reading now?