Looking back on this past–unseasonably hot–month, I was never without reading material. Between print, eBooks, and audiobooks I managed to chalk up a total of eight books read. Considering that I started a new job this month, I think eight is a respectable amount of reading.
I am not the world’s fastest reader, so I like to divide my reading among a variety of formats. For example, audiobooks allow me to sneak in reading while completing chores and commuting, while eBooks are portable and easy to read while lying in bed.
Below are all of the books that I read this past month. You can check out my 2018 Goodreads challenge if you are interested in learning more about these titles.
Books I Read in May:
Borrowed Crime, Laurie Cass (Bookmobile Cat Mystery #3)
Dot Journalling: A Practical Guide, Rachel Wilkerson Miller
Prose and Cons, Amanda Flower (A Magical Bookshop Mystery #2)
Carnegie’s Maid, Marie Benedict
Eclair and Present Danger, Laura Bradford (Emergency Dessert Squad Mystery #1)
Pouncing on Murder, Laurie Cass (Bookmobile Cat Mystery #4)
Going Down, Elsie Sax (Five Wishes Series #1)
Bran New Death, Victoria Hamilton (Merry Muffin Mysteries #1)
Well, that’s a short and sweet wrap up!