May Wrap-up

May was a busy month for me. I had my end of semester exams from 9th to 20th and so most of my time in May was spent revising. However I still managed to read the following 6 books:

The Other Widow by Susan H. Crawford

The Silent Wife by A.S.A Harrison

The Girl in the ice by Robert Bryndza

After She Fell by Mary- Jane Riley

Don’t you Cry by May Kubica. You can read my review here.

Her Daughter’s Dream by Francine Rivers

I haven’t yet posted the other reviews but I hope to do so over the month of June. I also hope to take a little break from the psychological thrillers and read something a bit lighter.

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Some of the books on my June TBR list include;

Desert Flower by Waris Dirie

Five Days by Douglas Kennedy

The Choice by Nicholas Sparks

I hope you enjoyed your month of May. Happy Reading.

Top Ten Tuesday: Beach Reads

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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week, bloggers get a topic which entails giving a list of ten things based on the topic.

I like today’s subject. However, while other people around the world are getting ready for summer, we are getting ready for our version of winter(although we really don’t have seasons here ). July is usually the coldest month in Kenya. Nevertheless, these are the books that I have lined up to read over the next few months while everyone else enjoys the sun.

 

I have been reading psychological thrillers over the past few months so my next reads will be something different but hopefully fun.

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I have been away on exam/annual leave and I just got back to the office today and on my desk was a books gift package. This is one of the books that I received. I am super excited about it since I have wanted to read it for a long time.

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I have had these books on my TBR for ages now. I hope to read them in the next few months.

Have you read any of these books? Don’t be shy, share your TTT links in the comment section. I look forward to finding out what you have planned for summer.