So I thought it was time I started actually doing these. Thanks to the lovely Catriona I have started to be economical with blog tours. I love them and won’t have a bad word about them but when reading becomes a chore that’s when you have to stop and take stock.
In reading more for me I have managed to read some true beauties during May from a number of my favourite authors and some new ones along the way.
Paige Toon has a way of getting right inside my soul here’s my review of her latest novel Five Years From Now
May also saw the long awaited second novel from Darren O’Sullivan his debut Our Little Secret was one of my favourites from last year and my oh my Close Your Eyes was a whole different ball game. I’m definitely a fan and Darren can’t write quick enough for me.
In case you missed it my Close Your Eyes Review
May saw the final part of Holly Hepburn’s latest series that I truly loved. One day I will make it into one of these novels.
There were a few blog tours for me in May and here they are….
Tubing – RedDoor Books truly do amaze me with every book they publish and this is a crazy one. I am hoping to do a Q&A with the author soon so if any of you have any questions do leave them below.
Rachel Burton This one I haven’t managed to read yet as I double booked myself but it sure does look like a beauty. I will get round to it.
The Weekend Spa Break I loved The Event so when I was asked to be on the blog tour for this novella I jumped at the chance. I’m so chuffed that part two isn’t the end either.
One Summer in Rome I loved the New Beginnings Coffee Club and when another Samantha Tonge novel came up I jumped to it. I will also be involved in something else for Sam very soon.
My Sweet Friend This is the second novella I have read by Helene and another I loved.
The Wedding Date The first Zara novel but no means the last I will read.
I finally read a Helen Rolfe novella and I can’t wait to read more. Valentines Day
So that’s my May wrap up. Considering I don’t always feel like I read a lot these days I think I done pretty well. I know there’s a number of shorts in there too. As I say right now I’m walking into work for a few hours listening to Heidi Swain’s Sunshine and Sweet Peas in Nightingale Square. I still have Rosie on the go and tomorrow I will be reading the last part of Victoria Walters Random Acts Of Kindness- watch this space as I have a fantastic guest post from the lady in question that will be up tomorrow for the final publication day.