May Wrap-Up

How has it got to the end of May already! It has been a good reading month for me; I haven’t read all the books I’d intended, but I did read some that weren’t on my radar so it evens out. I did get some lovely new garden furniture today so I’ll be able to sit outside and read over half term. Just the small matter of report writing to sort! I’ve signed up to take part in the 20 Books of Summer Challenge, but I’ve been a little more realistic and signed by for 10 books as I haven’t been able to complete reviews for 20 books for the last two years.

Books I’ve read:

I’ve read 15 books this month: 10 physical copies, 2 e-books and audiobooks.

NetGalley:

My Feedback Ratio is currently at 91%. I have only requested one book this month, The House on the Edge, although I am very tempted by Julia and the Shark by Kiran Millwood Hargrave and illustrated by Tom de Freston.

Books sent by publishers:

I have been lucky enough to have been sent these books by publishers this month.

Books I’ve bought:

I have bought 13 books this month, and have managed to read one so far!

How has your month been? Have you read any of these?

3 thoughts on “May Wrap-Up

  1. Oh no! You’ve made me want to request Julia and the Shark now too! I’m going to try and resist and wait for the physical copy…!
    You’ve got some treats lined up in those unread ones – hope the reports aren’t too onerous and you get some reading in the sunshine too!

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    1. I’ll definitely want a physical copy of Julia and the Shark – it looks like it will be a gorgeous hardback – and illustrated. It’s not like we don’t have enough books to keep us going over the summer already! 😂.

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