Fictionophile’s MAY 2023 reading review #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

Fictionophile's MAY 2023 reading review #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

MAY in numbers:

Whole variety of novels learn: ten

Brief story anthologies learn: 1

Whole information learn: 5

Printed in 2023: 9
Backlist titles: 1
5 star reads: 6
First novels: 4
Books in a sequence: 2
Goodreads Problem: 57/120 (47%)
GR NetGalley Problem: 27/80 (34%)
GR Edelweiss Problem: 12/20 (60%)

In Could, my wheelchair travels took me to

England (3 occasions)

United States (7 occasions)

Canada (as soon as)

Wales (as soon as)

Eire (3 occasions)

Scotland (as soon as)Austria (as soon as)Previously month I’ve learn SIXTEEN securities.

I loved all of them, some greater than others after all.

AND Worthy finalists:

“Flora Lea’s Secret Guide” by Patti Callahan HenryEarlier than I do know my identify” by Jacqueline Bublitz

Story of the month

Tess and tattoos” by HA Leuschel

Could was Information Month

I learn 5 particular person quick tales and an anthology of quick talesDid you learn any information in Could?

I really feel very fortunate to have entry to so many great books and hope you should have many nice reads sooner or later. ♥

About Fictionophile

fiction criticism; Goodreads Librarian. Retired library cataloguer – extra time to learn! Likes books, gardening and crimson wine. I’ve been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I overview titles supplied by Edelweiss, and take part in weblog excursions with TLC Guide Excursions.

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