Thursday, June 01, 2017

Month in Review: May 2017



Goodbye May...Hello June!!! As this post goes live, I will be in NYC at BookExpo. This is the 3rd time I've attended, though I skipped a year - I did  not attend last year when it was in Chicago. I have a list of books I'm hoping to pick up, authors I'm hoping to see and publishers/publicists I'm hoping to meet with, plus I'm hoping to get some sight-seeing in while in the city for the week. I'll be putting a post together once I get back as well as tweeting and posting some bookish pics to my Instagram account (if you want to follow me there, I can be found at @k2reader).


Here are my reading stats for May!  
  • Books read: 17
 
Books I read:

  1. The Girl Who Lied -- Sue Fortin
  2. Goodnight From London -- Jennifer Robson
  3. Into the Water -- Paula Hawkins (audio book)
  4. Here's to Us -- Elin Hilderbrand (audio book)
  5. The Marriage Bureau -- Penrose Halson
  6. A Simple Favor -- Darcey Bell (audio book)
  7. It Happens All the Time -- Amy Hatvany (audio book)
  8. Tell Me No Lies -- Lisa Hall
  9. It's Always the Husband -- Michele Campbell
  10. Little Deaths -- Emma Flint (audio book)
  11. Before the Rain Falls -- Camilla Di Maio (audio book)
  12. The Perfect Stranger -- Megan Miranda (e-book)
  13. Allie and Bea -- Catherine Ryan Hyde (audio book)
  14. In This Moment -- Karma Brown (e-book)
  15. Sister Sister -- Sue Fortin
  16. Not A Sound -- Heather Gudenkauf 
  17. Secrets in Summer -- Nancy Thayer
  
Favorite Books of May:
 
  • Into the Water by Paula Hawkins
  • In This Moment by Karma Brown

2017 Reading Challenge Update:
 
  • You Read How Many Books? Reading Challenge -- Books Read: 75/150
  • Library Reading Challenge -- Books Borrowed: 7/24
  • #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks Reading Challenge -- Books Read: 4/15
  • New Authors Reading Challenge -- New Authors Read: 31/45
  • E-books Reading Challenge -- E-books Read: 17/25
  • Audio Books Reading Challenge -- Books Listened to: 37/50

*Kathyrn over at The Book Date has created a Month in Review meme for those who put together these monthly posts. From now on, I'll be linking my post up each month...Thanks Kathryn for putting this meme together!!!





SHARE:

2 comments

  1. I've been really curious about Into the Water. The blurb grabs me more than Girl on the Train which I never could get into so I think I might have to give Paula Hawkins another try.

    ReplyDelete
  2. It sounds like May was a great reading month! I've been interested in the new Paula Hawkins. I hope you're having a lovely time at the book convention. Happy June!

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for leaving a comment! I love interacting with other book lovers and appreciate any thoughts or feedback! If you read a book after seeing my review, please let me know. Come back and leave me a link to your review so I can read it. Thank you!!!

Blogger Template Created by pipdig