Shiver me Timbers! – April BookBum Club Challenge!

Ahoy there me mateys!  A while back, I joined me first ever online book club sponsored by Zuky @ BookBum and hosted on both her blog and Goodreads. The reason I was excited about this club is because there are themes for the month but no set reading list.  Now I be a major mood reader and so the lack of required reading appeals to me.  I participated for the first time in March and enjoyed meself so much that I knew I had to continue.  So why a challenge?

Well me hearties, the theme for this month be “short and sweet” or otherwise “read a book that’s under 200 pages!”  It just so happens that I had looted four short books that I was hoping to read this month (mood depending).  Some be eArcs.  Some be books that have been patiently waiting their turn.  So what better thing to do then to challenge meself to read all of them for the book club and complete some other goals at the same time.  So the challenge begins!  Tonight I start the first read, all systems red, and will attempt to post four book reviews for BookBum Club during the rest of this week and finishing on last day of the month!  Nothing like waiting until the last minute.  Do join me everyday for an update on me progress!  Arrrrr!!!!

Always remember:

Q: How did the pirate acquire his ship so cheaply?

A: It be on sail!

Hardy har har!!

x The Captain

Previous BookBum Club Monthly Reviews

March 2018 – “And the award goes to – pick a book that has won an award!”

13 thoughts on “Shiver me Timbers! – April BookBum Club Challenge!

  1. ONLINE BOOK CLUB! I couldn’t be more excited for you! I totally understand how it can be challenging to participate in a book club when you’re a passionate mood reader. I’m glad you found a space which fits your needs. I look forward to seeing how your challenge goes. Good luck, Cap’n!

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    1. I adore this book club. The upcoming month’s read it for non-British and American authors. I downloaded a whole bunch of translations on world book day on Amazon so I will pick one or two of those. I be excited.
      x The Captain

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      1. I appreciate the early posting of the theme, as well. That’s convenient for planning out potential reads. As someone who uses my library quite a bit, planning is important! We don’t have many copies of most books, so I need to be diligent. I hope that your World Book Day books hit the spot!

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