Happy Wednesday Bookish Babes! I know we’re already halfway through May but I still wanted to put up my May TBR. I promise next month will be much better with consistent posts on the blog and Instagram, I’m almost done with moving madness in the midst of double family vacations this month!

Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

I was so excited when I heard there was going to be a series about the Los Angeles Shadowhunters institute, you know I had to pick this up! Has anyone read this yet, what did you think about it?

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

My husband got me this for Christmas and I’m finally going to read it in May! This sounds so interesting and I can’t wait to dive into the world it holds.

How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran

This was the April pick for Emma Watson’s book club. I’ve never heard of this author before so I don’t really know much going in to this. Check back in for my May Wrap Up and thoughts on this book.

The Young Elites by Marie Lu

One of my reading goals this year is to pick 1 book each month from the Addicted to YA book club picks on Goodreads. The Rose Society (which is book 2 in this series) was my pick from the January 2016 selections, but I’ll need to read this one first!

You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero

I absolutely cannot remember how this ended up on my to read list, but I’m so excited to read it! Who doesn’t want to be told they’re a badass throughout a whole book?

The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

My husband and I picked out this audio book for a road trip to Arkansas this month. I’ve listed to two other audio books by Gaiman and I really enjoy that he narrates his own work.

In a few weeks I’ll be posting about what I actually ended up reading May, stay tuned!

What are you reading in May?





2 thoughts on “May TBR

  1. Lady Midnight was amazing! If you love the MI stories then you will really like this one as well. Clare is consistent in the way that she writes (which I love). The story is fresh and new bringing in new characters (and some we have met before). Anyway, you’ll like it 🙂
    I just finished reading Pride and Prejudice (I feel late in the game). I feel it was easy to read after watching the movie as the book doesn’t give a lot of imagery… And just this week I finished Me Before You by Jojo Moyes (which comes out in theatres next month). It is a fantastic feel-good love story that made me cry. A must read if you like mushiness.


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