Sneak Peek

What’s to come? – April 2019

So, this is a slow week, and I was supposed to write a review, but I just can’t be arsed to do it right now, so decided I’ll bring back the Sneak Peek instead. It’s been a while I had these monthly posts, but life was quite hectic and in the end I usually ended up with totally different reading schedules, lol. Well, I’m not going to pretend that I’ll stick to this list, though I most probably will this time around.

Book titles are linked to their Goodreads pages!


Books I plan to read in April


Audiobooks I plan to listen to in April


Books I plan to review in addition to the ones above

  • Lamb by Christopher Moore (I’m so sorry I still haven’t got around to do this…)
  • I’m still debating whether I will do a review of the Harry Potter books


Other bookish plans

SPFBO Interviews

My SPFBO interviews will go on, there are still a few finalists left I haven’t made an interview with yet. Probably 2 will come your way, but let their identity be secret just yet 😉

The Questioning

Seeing as it was pretty popular, I’m bring The Questioning back! But rest assured, I won’t dump as much on you all as I did during the past two weeks. I only plan one Author Edition and Blogger Edition a month, so it won’t get boring.

A Secret Project

I’ve been asked to take part in a project, but as it’s not public yet, I can’t talk about it much. All I can say is keep your eyes open as news soon will come your way 😉


Other plans

April will be a busy month, at least the second half. Easter my least favorite holiday is on its way – the only good thing is the 4 days long weeken. But for my sufferings I can rejoice, when one of my favorite bands, Poets of the Fall comes to Budapest on April 25th. I already have my VIP ticket and a half promise to make an interview with them! I need to contact their management again to see if they are able to do it, but when I first asked, they were pretty positive about it. After than, I’ll be off for a 3 day long weekend not far from the city. I booked and apartmant in a small town right next to the Danube, with a view to the river. It’ll be heaven. And a little calm before the storm which is my cousin’s wedding on the first saturday of May. Btw, he is the same cousin I’ve lost in the wood – if you are not familiar with the story, read my answers to Devin Madson’s questions.

And if all these stress wouldn’t be enough – the Secret Project, the possible interview – I’m waiting to hear back from a company where I applied to a job. It would be a small miracle if they invited me for an interview, but I keep my fingers crossed, and try not to have high hopes.

Well, I think that’s it. Follow me if you like either on twitter, facebook, or instagram (I don’t have much content on that platform yet)!

Timy, also known as Queen Terrible Timy hails from a magical land called Hungary, born and raised in its capital city, Budapest. Books have been her refuge and best friends ever since she can remember along with music. She might be a tiny bit addicted to the latter. Timy is the owner and editor of Queen's Book Asylum. In her free time (hah!) she likes to create things, collect panda stuff, go to concerts, travel, and take the literary world one book at a time.


    • Timy

      Mwhahaha, nice try! Details will come next week so you don’t have to wait long 😉 I’ll be shouting about it on social media so you’ll know about it, no worries 😀

      Thanks! 🙂 I’m reeeeeeally hoping I’ll get an interview at this one place. If not, well, then I’ll just have to make my own path 🙂

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