Mid-Month: May 2011
May 14, 2011 § Leave a comment
The beginning of May, what with the end of the semester and all, has been something of a slow month for reading so far.
In the last two weeks I’ve read only five books:
– I started Kresley Cole’s Immortal After Dark series with A Hunger Like No Other. Loved it.
– The finally read the second part of a two book story, Flashback by Jill Shalvis. I liked it, though I was definitely thrown off center by certain parts of the book.
– I continued Lora Leigh’s Elite Ops series with the second book, Maverick. Another great installment in the series.
– I also continued Sheryl Wood’s Chesapeake Shores series with Moonlight Cove, a book that I anticipated when I finished Driftwood Cottage. Definitely was not disappointed.
– I finally finished Dead Reckoning, the eleventh Sookie Stackhouse novel! I’m happy to say that I’m still loving the series.
I’ve been working on a ton of reviews, so those will start to come up soon, if you’re interested.
As for upcoming reads/reviews, I’ve got a few top priorities. Among them, all those library books I’ve had sitting next to my bed for weeks. I’ve got a review copy of The Meowmorphosis by Franz Kafka and Coleridge Cook, which I didn’t receive until after I started finals so I’m planning on getting that read and reviewed this weekend. I’ve got my review for the Lost in Shangri-La [by Mitchell Zuckoff] TLC Book Tour coming up this Thursday, the 19th. Lastly, for immediate book plans, my mom asks me everyday if I’ve finished Bill of Wrongs by Molly Ivins yet. I haven’t, but this week is the week.
That’s a pretty short and sweet post. Here’s to hoping the rest of May will be a little more full reading and reviewing wise.
How’s May been for you?