Wow! I can’t believe it’s been a month since I posted my April reading update. There’s a lot going on these days.
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May was a weird month. It’s been cold and somewhat rainy here in the Inland Northwest and I think this contributed to my mood. Combine that with world events, and I found myself in a writing funk, which is why I’ve been pretty quiet on the blog all month.
That said, summer is almost here, the weather is warming up, and I am here. for. it. So, without further ado, here’s what I read this month:
- White Nights (Shetland Island #2) by Ann Cleeves
- A Game of Fear (Ian Rutledge #24) by Charles Todd
- The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress by Ariel Lawton
- Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney
- A Natural History of Dragons (Lady Trent #1) by Marie Brennan
- Nantucket Nights by Elin Hilderbrand
- The Judge’s List (Whistler #2) by John Grisham
- A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins
- Our House by Louise Candlish
As you’ve probably noticed, most of my recreational reading is fiction. I also try to have one non-fiction book going, even if I only read a few pages each day. I finished one non-fiction book in May: How To Thrive As A Pastor’s Wife by Christine Hoover.
You can find these titles in my bookshop.org shop. Just find the list titled “May 2022 Reads.”
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