Yeah. We are at the end of May. How the heck did that happen?
This month hasn’t been much better than last month if I am honest. I’m still poorly sick. Normally, I am pretty good at hiding my medical condition but even I have to admit that I look like ass at the moment. Sad times.
Still, I have read some great books this month. Let me tell you what they are
- Discover the Art of Bullet Journaling by CS Zahn (Non Fiction Short)
- Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman (Hardback Copy)
- My Life as a Bench by Jaq Hazell (NetGalley Review Copy)
- The Queen of the Night by Alexander Chee (NetGalley Review Copy)
- The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven (Paperback Copy)
- The Square Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood (NetGalley Review Copy)
- 84 Ribbons by Paddy Egers (NetGalley Review Copy)
- Love Hurts by Malorie Blackman (NetGalley Review Copy)
- To Rise Again at a Decent Hour by Joshua Ferris (NetGalley Review Copy)
- The Girl by Michelle Morgan (NetGalley Review Copy)
- The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse (NetGalley Review Copy)
- In Praise of Women’s Bodies by Gloria Steinem (Essay)
- Gloria Steinem: Women of Wonder by Lynn Gilbert (Non Fiction)
- Ink by Alice Broadway (Paperback Copy)
- Shelf Love by Ben Dolnick (Essay Collection)
- Rio Grande, Wisconsin by JoAnn Novak (Short Story)
- A Berlin Love Song by Sarah Matthias (Paperback Copy)
- Entyvio Tablet by James Lee Anderson (Non Fiction)
- The Real Life Mary Poppins – The Life and Times of P. L. Travers by Paul Brody (Non Fiction)
- Spilt Milk by D. K. Cassidy (Short Story Collection)
- The Big F by Maggie Ann Martin (Paperback Copy)
- Your Eighties by Sarah Lewis (Non Fiction)
- The Hot Guy by Mel Campbell and Anthony Morris (NetGalley Review Copy)
Not as many books read this month as last month but still a hefty few. I have managed to gain another % in my NetGalley rating. I am now 39% and I have worked out I have to read and review 9 NetGalley books to increase by 1% – make of that what you will of my NetGalley TBR pile.
I’m currently reading My Best Friends Exorcism by Grady Hendrix which is pretty good and hopefully I will have that finished soon.
Sorry this is only short today folks but I am really feeling a bit gross. Before I go though, the covers below are of the books that I particularly enjoyed this month. I would most definitely recommend them.