May Wrap Up
I’ve stuck to my word this month and been alternating between my books and review books. I like reading a mix of new and older books and it’s nice to see each pile finally going down!
What I Read
The State of Grace by Rachael Lucas
A Song for Ella Grey by David Almond
I’ve realised I’ve not been including my NetGalley books on this list so I’m adding all my NetGalley TBR onto this month’s new books.
Release by Patrick Ness
(Thanks Walker YA!)
This Careless Life by Rachel McIntyre
Monster by Michael Grant
Flight of a Starling by Lisa Heathfield
(Thanks Electric Monkey!)
City of Saints and Thieves by Natalie C. Anderson
(Thanks Rock the Boat!)
And on NetGalley…
STAGS by M. A Bennett
(Thanks Hot Key Books!)
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
(Thanks Hodder and Stoughton!)
Now I Rise by Kiersten White
(Thanks Penguin Random House!)
What I Wrote:
I’m still reading through my first draft and making scene notes. While the beginning was better than I remembered, the end is just as terrible as I thought and the amount of work needed there makes me dizzy! Slowly starting to chip through it though and I’m looking forward to making some big changes.
What I watched:
Tragedy struck our Green Wing rewatch when I found one of the discs missing 😮 I was so gutted we stopped and went on to Kimmy Schmidt instead, in preparation for the new series (which is excellent). We’ve also started watching The Office (US) boxset, which I got for my birthday and is one of my favourite series. I’ve also finally started watching American Horror Story: Roanoke. It’s been on my to-watch pile for ages and it’s pretty creepy so far.
I don’t think I watched a single film this month, which is not like me! Planning a horror film sleepover with my sisters for June though so should be watching some interesting things soon.
What I Did
This month I’ve finally plucked up the courage to start driving lessons again. It’s been a while and I’m pretty rusty, but it’s not as horrendous as I feared and I’m hoping to take my test this year. My little sister turned 17 this month and has also started lessons and I’m determined to pass before her!
What Little Moore Did
Little Moore now has six teeth and is still toddling around using his walker/various parts of the furniture. He’s not confident enough to walk on his own yet, and while I can’t wait to see him do it, I’m trying to enjoy the time we have left of him only being able to crawl! He also got his first bike this month and he loves going for a walk around the block before dinner in these warm summer evenings.