Seriously, is it the last day of May already? I guess summer is really here and I am guessing it will go by just as fast as the previous three months have gone. Hang on for the ride!
Today, I'm reading Beach Trip by Cathy Holton. I'm participating in a TLC Blog Tour for this one coming up the end of June. So far I'm enjoying it quite well.
Speaking of blog tours, this week I'll be hosting Paul Harris on my blog and his book The Secret Keeper. Be sure stop by on June 4th to see what I thought about his exciting book. I'll also be starting a new blog feature along with the review. Very exciting!
And now for my monthly recap. The month was really slow for me reading-wise, but I made up for it this past week. Here's what I read in May:
Blue Noon by Scott Westerfeld: The adventures of our Midnighter kids continue when the "blue" hour starts happening at random times in the day.
The Secret Keeper by Paul Harris: Danny, who had been a war corrospondant in Sierra Leone, returns four years later after recieiving a destressing letter from his friend. (Full review coming this week.)
My Fair Godmother by Janette Rallison: Savannah messes up her wish to her not-quite-fairy godmother and gets sent on a crazy adventure.
Fablehaven: The Rise of the Evening Star by Brandon Mull: Kendra and Seth's adventures continue after they get tricked by a member of the Evening Star society.
Wings by Aprilynne Pike: Laurel moves to a new school, meets a very nice boy named David, then suddenly her world is turned upside down when she learns who she really is. (Full review coming soon.)
Just One Wish by Janette Rallison: Annika takes off to the set of Teen Robin Hood to try and get the lead actor to come visit her sick brother. (Full review coming soon.)
My favorites of the month: Just One Wish and Wings. Truly, you need to read them both.