Thought it would be nice to show the covers of all the highs and lows of my May reading. 🙂
It’s was a cornucopia of interesting characters. If I had to pick a favorite from the bunch, I’d have to go with THE FALSE PRINCE. I was really taken from the first line. That’s not to say that it was all downhill from there. As you know from my previous posts, there were UPs as well as DOWNs. haha
Overall, it was a good experience and I can’t wait to do it again. I’m so eager, in fact, that I’m jumping right into another reading challenge this June. THE 48 HOUR BOOK CHALLENGE will keep me occupied. Of course, I’ll keep reading regardless of when and have so many titles on my TBR pile to choose from.
Thanks again to Deb for hosting #middlegrademay. It was great. I’m looking forward to the dynamic duo of you and Akoss for next year. My only regret is that we have to wait eleven more months for another dose.
Happy reading, MG Lovers!
Put like this all I can say is woah!
It was a lot of fun reading your reviews and meeting you too.
I can’t wait for next year. 🙂
Great meeting you, too! Why wait for next year? I’m still reading! Can’t wait to read what else you’ve got on deck. After all, I read THE PECULIAR because of your input on it. Saw the tweet, had a look, dove in. What better way to learn more about the great stories out there.
Ditto to everything Akoss just said! And I love your round-up post of covers. See you at the 48 Hour Challenge!
Looking forward to it, Deb. I’m reserving some Middle Grade reads for that weekend. 🙂
Glad you’ll be joining us next weekend. I Hope you’ve got a few middle grade books left in your TBR!
A few? LOL I barely made a dent in the TBR list with the ones in May. I say list now because I have more ebooks than physical ones nowadays. Does save on space. 😉 Among the digital, I actually have a physical book I’ll be flipping through. I won a signed copy of F.T. Bradley’s DOUBLE VISION and I’ve been waiting to sink my teeth into it. It’s perfect timing, too, because I’m taking a workshop with her in the coming weeks so I get to appreciate her writing style as well as her wisdom in the genre.