Things were good in May reading-wise. I read more than I did on average over the previous three months, which surprised me. April was my worst reading month since January 2016. Usually I manage at least six books per month but in April, I was down to four. Then came May, and I bounced back, tripling the amount I read.
Lots of books hit the shelves this week, spanning across all the genres. Even historical fiction’s expanding with two novels. Thriller and horror lovers also have more than the usually two to three books to choose from. Also notable: there are many more books from UK publishers to choose from than usual. Which ones do you intend to pick up?
The past week’s been busier than I thought it would be, what with a trip to Penang, work, and then being hit by motion sickness. In any case, I’m back on track, and on top of this week’s YA releases. Not too many new books out, but Cassandra Clare’s always a notable author, as is James Patterson. Personally, I’m looking forward to snagging a copy of In a Perfect World by Trish Doller.