Monday, June 22, 2009

May Reads in Review

For the month of May I read 25 books. Two were rereads and one was a nonfiction book. My absolute favorites are in bold. The ones with stars are going on my top 10 for the year. I liked most of what I read though. The only book I do not recommend is Ruby Unscripted. The nonfiction book was The Lost City of Z by David Grann and I thought it was okay. Here is the link to my review of it:

Overall a good month. This month (June) I am particpating in a 30 books in 30 days reading challenge hosted by Shauna at Readings and Ruminations. I am right on track for it. Hopefully I can keep my momentum going and finish. :)

113. According to Their Deeds by Paul Robertson
114. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (reread)
115. Blood Bayou by Karen Young
116. Saving Sailor by Renee Riva (reread)
117. Taking Tuscany by Renee Riva
118. Nothing But Trouble by Susan May Warren
119. Always Watching by Brandilyn and Amberly Sanders
120. Twice Upon a Time by Lois Richer
121. Perfect Target by Stephanie Newton
122. Memory's Gate by Paul McCusker
*123. The Moment Between by Nicole Baart
124. Beloved Counterfeit by Kathleen Y'Barbo
125. Deceptive Promises by Amber Miller
126. Ruby Unscripted by Cindy Coloma
127. Ulterior Motives by Mark Andrew Olsen
128. Gold of Kings by Davis Bunn
129. Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman
130. Reunion by Therese Fowler
131. Protecting Her Children by Debby Giusti
132. The Lost City of Z by David Grann (NF)
133. The Night Watch Man by Mark Mynheir
134. A Ring and a Promise by Lois Richer
135. City of the Dead by T. L. Higley
*136. Stealing Home by Allison Pittman
137. Breathe by Lisa T. Bergren
138. Saints in Limbo by River Jordan


Ruth said...

Did you post a formal review of Ruby Unscripted? I haven't gotten around to reading that one yet but I'm getting a little paranoid since I've read multiple reviews that basically couldn't stand it. Just wondering if you'd done a formal review that I can't recall... (Bad Ruth! LOL!)

Bookfool said...

Once again, I'm in awe. I've got several of those books on my stacks (Lost City of Z, City of the Dead, Gold of Kings). I don't think I'm going to live long enough to read everything I own.

I haven't read a Karen Young book in a long time. Do you know she used to live in the Jackson area? I don't know where she is, now, since I haven't picked up one of her books in a while. She's a good speaker and very sweet.

Anna said...

Wow, you're an amazingly fast reader! Those are some great stats for one month. Congrats!

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Tiffany Amber Stockton said...

Wow, 25 books in one month. There was a time when I read that much. Now, writing books of my own, working from home and caring for a newborn baby girl has me rather busy. :)

I'm honored that one of my books made it to your list for May. Thanks for selecting it and listing it here. Every little bit of promotion helps.

Best wishes on the 30 books in 30 days for June. Day 23 today and hope you're at book #23. Keep up the great work!

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