We’re almost halfway through the year. May was a very busy month – There were a couple of dance shows at the beginning of the month and it was time to the reading habit was redux post intensive rehearsals and stage performances. The super hot and sultry month, however, didn’t see too many books completed. I’m lagging behind on my regional book goals, and settled for some lighter reads in keeping with the season. Many books still have to be reviewed, but upcoming travels will keep them on hold for a while. Here’s an analysis of the books I read in May – three fiction, three non-fiction, and one novel set around true events and characters, along with two short stories. There were two paperbacks and the rest were read on Kindle, considering I had to move around quite a bit.
1) Mind Swapping Madness – Tom E. Moffatt
2) A Monster Calls – Patrick Ness
3) Love Among The Bookshelves – Ruskin Bond (Review coming up)
4) Bump, Bike and Baby – Moire O’Sullivan (Review coming up)
5) The Mango Season – Amulya Malladi
6) Over To You – Roald Dahl
7) Hallucinating Foucault – Patricia Duncker (Review coming up)
1) The Tumor – John Grisham
2) Laurie – Stephen King
I’m attaching the links of the books read from January through April, in case anyone would like to browse through more titles/authors.