May Wrap Up

I don’t know about you guys but I was not sad to say goodbye to May and start fresh with June. May was super rough for me, I took a hiatus from blogging when my dear Grandma went into hospice care and she passed away a couple of weeks ago. It’s been very hard but I so appreciate all of the support in this amazing bookish community! All of that said, I only read 21 books which may be my worst month since I started blogging. My two year blogiversary is this month so make sure you’re following me not only here but on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook as well because I’ll have some fun giveaways!

How was your month? Any favorites? I read quite a few amazing summer books that I highly recommend, links to my reviews below.

A Woman Scorned: Thrilling, Twisty and Intense.

Limelight: Savvy, Modern and Sparkling.

Good Neighbors: Intelligent, Steady and Interesting.

The Craftsman: Chilling, Intricate and Dark.

How to Walk Away: Beautiful, Sincere and Powerful.

Don’t Believe It : Multilayered, Skillful and Gripping.

The Girl I Used to Be: Clever, Chilling and Creepy.

Bring Me Back: I struggled with parts of this one.

The Sugarhouse Blues: Charming, Authentic and Captivating

Dying Truth: Exciting, Brilliant and Riveting.

The Good Twin: Dramatic, Fun and Mischievous

The Death of Mrs. Westaway: Ominous, Unsettling and Creepy.

The Old You: Unnerving, Innovative and Ingenious.

The Ever After was solid, I did have minor issues.

The Perfect Couple: Juicy, Secretive and Fun.

When Life Gives You Luluemons: Delicious, Scandalous and Witty.

After Nightfall: Compulsive, Astonishing and Suspenseful.

Ain’t She a Peach: Humorous, Sassy and Cheeky.

Lady Be Good: Glamorous, Glitzy and Sweet.

The Captives: Intelligent, Enthralling and Keen.

A Blood Thing: Calculated, Tense and Vengeful.

6 thoughts on “May Wrap Up

  1. noveldeelights says:

    I’ve been thinking about you so much. 💕

    Considering everything, 21 books isn’t at all bad. Some really great ones in there too. I still haven’t even finished my review for The Craftsman. Can’t find the words to describe it’s sheer awesomeness.

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    • novelgossip says:

      You’re the sweetest! That’s what I kinda figured I basically didn’t read a thing for a whole week so it’s not awful but I’m SO behind. And yes, wasn’t it amazing? I love her books so much

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