Does anyone else feel like May dragged on forever or was that just me? With everything I had going on, you’d think it would have sped past, but I feel like that actually made it slower.
Past Month’s Reading:
That being said, I managed another 8 books this month! At this rate, I am slightly behind my goal of 100 books in 2019, but I will come pretty darn close!
- P is for Pearl by Eliza Henry Jones (YA contemporary – 4 stars – review) (read April, reviewed May)
- The Things That Will Not Stand by Michael Gerard Bauer (YA contemporary – 3.5 stars – review)
- Lucid by Kristy Fairlamb (YA paranornal – 3 stars – review)
- Enchantee by Gita Trelease (YA historical fantasy – 3 stars – review)
- His Name Was Walter by Emily Rodda (YA fantasy – 4 stars – review)
- Emily the Strange: The Lost Days by Rob Reger (YA fantasy – 3 stars – not planning to review)
- The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone by Jaclyn Moriarty (MG fantasy – 3 stars – review)
- The Red Labyrinth by Meredith Tate (YA dystopia/fantasy – 4 stars – review)
- The Toymakers by Robert Dinsdale (magical realism – 4 stars – review forthcoming)
I have a BookTube Channel where I talk about Australian books. I only got one video posted this month, though I intend to get a bit more on top of it in the coming weeks.
Favourite Bookish Photo:
Hey look, I used a prop! This was a beautiful, bittersweet book. I’ve read a few dud historical fantasies this year so I was really glad to find one that worked for me.
You can see all my bookish photos (plus some RL as well) on my Instagram.
Physical book: I have just started Lenny’s Book of Everything by Karen Foxlee. I am prepared to have a lot of feels over this one.
Ebook: Nothing at the moment, though I have a few upcoming ARCs that I’ll be starting soon.
Audio book: I am about a third of the way through The Diviners by Libba Bray, which involves the paranormal and an string of occult/ritual murders, and it’s set in 1920s New York City. It’s great!
Planning to read next:
I’m going to pick up Get The Girls Out by Lucy Bloom. I’ve been to one of Lucy Bloom’s talks and she is very inspiring, so I’m looking forward to reading her memoir.
What are you reading? 🙂