I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I…
AM SOOOO NOT SORRY! I’m obsessed, what can I say!?
Well…besides HELLO! And welcome to another Loved and Loathed.
Holy penguin beaks, guys–May went by SOOPAH fast, did it not? I feel like I blinked and POOF! Gone. Done. Over with. What even IS that?!
I read 12!? books in May. They are:
–Daisy and the Front Man (Backstage Pass #3), by Rebekah L. Purdy
–Anya and the Shy Guy (Backstage Pass #4), by Suze Winegardner
–Camp Midnight, by Stephen T. Seagle
–Valentina, by S.E. Lynes
–The Cilantro in Apple Pie, by Kimberley Nadine Knights
–The Boy with Words, by C.E. Wilson (technically 2 books in one volume)
–Somebody Stop Ivy Pocket, by Caleb Krisp
–This Old Heart of Mine, by A.J. Compton
–Memories of Ash (The Sunbolt Chronicles #2), by Intisar Khanani
–Tail & Trouble, by Victor Catano
–Grey (The Romany Outcasts #1), by Christi J. Whitney
–Shadow (The Romany Outcasts #2), by Christi J. Whitney
Let’s just dive straight into this thing, shall we?
TBR Challenge Update:
I am going to TRY to read at least 5 books I already own each month. In May, I read:
Absolutely none because…ARCs! And review requests! And blog tours! And…absolute madness, I tell you! MADNESS!
I’m going to try to read at least 1 debut author every month (maybe more!) In May, I read:
I’m trying to read more diverse books. I don’t have a specific goal in mind for each month–I’m hoping for at least two, but we’ll see what happens! This also isn’t excluding any other books set for the month that also fit the challenge! In May, I read:
Anya and the Shy Guy (Backstage Pass #4), by Suze Winegardner
Valentina, by S.E. Lynes
The Cilantro in Apple Pie, by Kimberley Nadine Knights
This Old Heart of Mine, by A.J. Compton
Memories of Ash (The Sunbolt Chronicles #2), by Intisar Khanani
Grey (The Romany Outcasts #1), by Christi J. Whitney
Shadow (The Romany Outcasts #2), by Christi J. Whitney
Loved (5 Penguins):
Other things I loved in May:
Loathed (1 Penguins):
None this month! My streak continues!
What awesome books did YOU read last month? How are you all doing on any yearly challenges you set for yourself? Feel free to comment, or link me to your monthly wrap-ups below!
Until next time, happy book-ing!