I’m quite excited about some of the books I read in May, friends!
This reading month felt a little bizarre. It started off pretty strong and then I hit a bit of a rough patch where I wasn’t enjoying the books I was picking up much at all. However, it ended on another strong note, so that made up for it! By the time Memorial Day weekend came around, I knew I’d be finishing out the month with thirteen reads in total. I’d say that’s pretty good, considering it’s been one of the busiest months I’ve had so far this year and my mental health hasn’t been the greatest because of all the stress.
I’m trying to use Audible a bit less this year, so I got myself three library cards and I’m listening to audiobooks on Libby like it’s my job. However, that is definitely messing with my TBR-planning to some degree, since I’m never 100% sure when the audiobook I’ve requested will become available for me to borrow. That being said, I wound up listening to a few books I hadn’t planned, as well as some that I planned to read later on down the line. I’m certainly not upset by it as it’s good to have some mood-reading in there even though I’m typically a major reading planner.
I can look back at what I read in May and easily note that Six Crimson Cranes and Ready Player Two were my favorites of the month. It was also fun to reread both Legendary and Radiant Shadows! Keep reading to see what else I enjoyed – and what I didn’t love so much.