I am very excited to announce that we will be reading The Way Back to You by Michelle Andreani and Mindi Scott for May’s Book of the Month! I’m incredibly excited for this one as you could have seen with my April Book Haul post! We all agreed that with the official release of this novel being in a few days, it was a good idea to make it as our book of the month choice. It probably helped that I kept going on and on about how excited I was during April’s book club meet-up… The story follows the unfortunate passing of Ashlyn and the discovery that she had saved three strangers by donating her organs. Ashlyn's best friend and boyfriend decide to go on a road trip and find them to see if maybe it will give them a sort of closure after so much heartbreak. I’m actually kind of nervous too about reading this one now. I feel like I got so excited that I might have overhyped it for myself. We’ll have to see what I think on May 27th! I hope to hear what you guys think of this one!
I'm Being Featured in Another Book Blog!
I was contacted by fellow book blogger Balie from Novelers to see if I’d be interested in answering some questions for a post on her blog. She’s doing this really interesting weekly post called Tea with the Blogger, where she interviews a different blogger every week. I believe my post might be the one for tomorrow! You'll have to come check it out! Balie is a new book blogger full of ideas. She’s already talked to me about a bunch of different posts that she plans on making. With Tea of the Blogger, she also created this new Readathon titled Tackle That TBR. We probably all have something in common and that’s a growing TBR list so I think this is a very cool idea. You could check out that page right here with all of the information.
2016 Reading Challenge! 11/40
- A YA bestseller : Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
- A book set in your home state (or province): After Oil by Kristan Cannon
- A book that’s under 150 pages: Laura’s Legacy by Valerie Holmes
- A New York Times Bestseller: Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes
- A book that’s becoming a movie this year: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
- A book recommended by someone you just met: The Unquiet Past by Kelley Armstrong
- A book recommended by a family member: Forbidden by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee
- A book that is published in 2016: Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
- A book that takes place during Summer: Dangerous Lies by Becca Fitzpatrick
- A book with a blue cover: The Key of Light by Nora Roberts
- A book that’s guaranteed to bring you joy: I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson