Happy May everyone!
I had a really had a great month of reading in April. I hope you did, too! Here’s my May TBR list!
1) Schindler’s List by Thomas Keneally: This book was voted for My Book Bucket List – May 2018 Book a couple of weeks ago. It’s one that has been sitting on my TBR list for quite some time, so I’m excited to dive right in.
2) The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw: I actually planned to have read this one last month, but time just slipped, so it’s back on this list!
3) Send Down the Rain by Charles Martin: A few months ago, I read The Mountain Between Us, and though it wasn’t my favorite, I liked the overall writing style of Charles Martin. When I saw he had a new book coming out, I thought I’d give it a chance.
4) Drowning by Margaret McHeyzer: The cover drew me in, and then when I read the description, I found my interest piqued even more so!
My Own Choosing:
5) The True Story of Hansel and Gretel by Louise Murphy: I started this one last month, but wasn’t able to finish it, so I’m aiming to finish it this month. This one is for the in-person book club I’m part of.
6) Opaque by Cālix Leigh-Reign: This one was part of a Book of the Day program that I participate in at OnlineBookClub.org and there’s just something about it that I feel drawn to read it. (It was also a free book at the time, lol)
7) Split Adam by Cālix Leigh-Reign: Being second in the same series from the above book, I thought I would give it a try, as well! It was also part of the same Book of the Day program and it was free at the time, too.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and A Clash of Kings: These two books, which are both part of my all-time favorite series, are ongoing reads for me and are both re-reads. For Harry Potter, I am following a podcast, Harry Potter and the Sacred Text, as they read and discuss chapter by chapter. A Clash of Kings, I am also doing something similar, where I read and listen to a discussion of what I read; each episode of the Davos’ Fingers podcast focuses on four to five chapters of the book. This method helps me to dive even deeper into each text, and I absolutely love it!
Thank you for reading!
Here’s to another great month of reading!