May was a bit of an interesting reading month for me. I started out with these really good intentions to read a lot of fantasy books and then I kind of started to feel somewhat burnt out on it, and hit a book I didn’t really want to continue with it. I was talking to my friend Cheyenne, and mentioned wanting to throw my TBR out the window and just read whatever I wanted. She encouraged me to do what was best for my reading, and so I did. That’s not to say I didn’t read any fantasy this month, because I did get to a couple which was nice. I think because of this I will probably be a bit more loosey goosey on my TBR in June, which will be more forgiving to me as I move into the end of the school year.
Archives for May 2019
I am a bit embarrassed about how big my May haul is. I promise that I didn’t really do all that much book shopping this month except for one or two things, but so many things that I had ordered in previous month came in and so it makes it look like I went absolutely crazy with my shopping. So I guess, technically, I did go crazy in the past months. Just know that I was actually pretty reasonable this month, it’s just that all of my previous crazy ended up coming to my mail box in various shipments this month. Pretend that I’ve inserted the See No Evil Monkey emoji here, because I’m definitely a little bit embarrassed.
**Disclaimer: I received a free copy of Please Send Help for review purposes from NetGalley. Thank you to the publishers for this opportunity.
Please Send Help by Alison Raskin and Gaby Dunn is the follow up novel to I Hate Everyone But You. It takes place three or four years after the initial story, and continues to tell us Gen and Ava’s story. Gen and Ava are best friends and have been since high school. They went to different colleges and so their friendship became long distance and both books are told through text messages and emails. The first is their first year of separation, and Please Send Help is the story of them being fresh out of college and working their first jobs. The girls are older and wiser, sort of, and navigating the world of adulthood.
***Disclaimer: I received a free early access copy of Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston from NetGalley through St. Martin’s Press for review purposes. Thank you so much for opportunity.
Politics? Royalty? Enemies to friends? Forbidden romance? Well, that’s one of the ways to gain my attention.
I’ve decided to do something a little different with my reading plans in May. I’ve just come off of April where I completed two different readathons, during which I read some books which have been sitting on my TBR for a rather long time. It felt really good to check those off of my list, so I decided to dedicate May to knocking some of the books I have been putting off, off my list. However, I decided I am going to focus a little bit on fantasy books in particular.