It's April! Wow, how did that happen? It's another busy month here at The Romance Dish and an even busier month for me offline. Hence, the five-day delay in posting April's Coming Attractions. Things in the PJ household are a bit topsy-turvy at the moment. I've been in my condo nine years now. That seems to be the point where I start opening myself to new adventures and - yep - here we go again. In the past three weeks I've decided to move closer to family, signed a sales contract on my condo, traveled to Florida for two weeks to scope things out, and am now back in North Carolina, busy packing and preparing for a closing and a move back to Florida the beginning of May. You know those hamsters running run non-stop on their wheels? That's going to be me for the month of April. And most likely half of May. So you may not see me commenting as much as I typically do. Don't worry. I'm still here working on reviews and other posts for you but the rest of the time my head will probably be in boxes, drawers, and cabinets. I'm guessing this will be my last move. Of course, I said that nine years ago so who knows? LOL! Anyway, that's enough about me. Here's what's on the Dish schedule for the month of April.
The month launched with a review of A Moment of Faith by Martin Svaneborg on Friday, April 1. Read PJ's review here.
Tuesday, April 5 brought a review of A Family Affair, a new standalone women's fiction novel by Robyn Carr. Read PJ's review here.
Stop by Wednesday, April 6 to learn about Sunflower Season, a historical romance anthology featuring more than 70 authors which will benefit humanitarian organizations in Ukraine.
Don't miss Thursday, June 7 when we celebrate the upcoming100th published novel of Jess Michaels. Jess will join us with a guest post commemorating this amazing achievement.
Friday, April 8 brings a review of What a Day, an anthology of short stories by Southern authors.
I'll be sharing my thoughts about Delores Fossen's Summer at Stallion Ridge, the third book in her Last Ride, Texas series, on Saturday, April 9.
Reviewer Nancy joins us Monday, April 11 with a review of Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon.
We're heading to the beach with a tour review of Summer at the Cape by RaeAnne Thayne on Thursday, April 14.
Diana Quincy continues to shine with the third book in her Clandestine Affairs historical romance series. Join me for a review of The Marquess Makes His Move on Friday, April 15.
Lorraine Heath takes readers to WWII Texas with Girls of Flight City. Stop by Monday, April 18 for a review of this new historical fiction novel. *Moved to May.
On Wednesday, April 20, I'll be shining the spotlight on Hope Holloway's new Shellseeker Beach series. Stop by to read my thoughts about Sanibel Dreams and Sanibel Treasures.
Hellie returns on Thursday, April 21 with a review of romcom Birds of California by Katie Catugno.
Sheila Roberts takes readers back to Moonlight Harbor with the sixth book in that series. Drop by Friday, April 22 to read my thoughts about Sand Dollar Lane.
Tuesday, April 26 brings a review of Rules for Engaging the Earl, book two in Janna MacGregor's The Widow Rules series.
We wrap up the month on Thursday, April 28 with Santa's review of Wedding Season by Michelle Major.
What are you looking forward to this rainy month of April?
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