So, May has come and gone and I've no idea what I've got to show for it apart from a load of digging in the veggie garden, a week away in Cornwall and my first ever Strictly Come Dancing live show. (As part of the audience, I wasn't on stage seductively dancing the Argentine Tango... ) So really, I suppose that's not a bad month. I also managed to read 9 books, (10 really but I finished book 10 yesterday so I'm counting that for June.)
So these are the books:
42. The Search - Nora Roberts
43. The West Country Winery - Lizzie Lovell
44. Thursdays at Eight - Debbie Macomber
45. Ghosts Among Us - James Van Praagh (very good)
46. Long Road to Mercy - David Baldacci
47. Stans by Me - Ged Gillmore (OK)
48. The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet - Becky Chambers
49. Along the Med on a Bike Called Reggie - Andrew P. Sykes (very good)
50. Battles at Thrush Green - Miss Read (delightful)
Quite a variety there, strangely for me only 2 of them could be called crime stories, the Nora Roberts and the David Baldacci. I'm keeping nicely to my plan of reading at least one science-fiction book a month and last month's, the Becky Chambers, was really good. My non-fic tally was not bad at 3, and I pootled around the world quite widely: All the 'Stans' of Central Asia, from Greece to Portugal on a bike, I spent time in Washington State and California and even travelled into outer space. Not bad for one month.
So now it's June and the start of The 20 Books of Summer challenge.
My list of 20 books is HERE.
And I've started with this non-fiction travel book by Jaqueline Lambert:
There are 4 books in the series and this is book 1, really enjoying it so far.
So, onwards into June. I hope you're all well and finding something good to read.