May 2017 Books Bought

I am back and will be sharing my links on Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality. As Marlene has offered to co-host Stacking The Shelves with Tynga’s Reviews. Marlene is a new to be blogger and I look forward to checking out her blog.

As you can see I switched this up and will be posting monthly because  I have to say since doing this instead of posting the books in my weekly haul I am much more aware of the books that I am buying. This year I am making it my top priority to read the ones I am buying before buying new ones. I know its easier said then done but that is my goal.

I will try to update this post throughout the month with links of the books I have read and reviewed.

I am trying to get better with my book buying and trying to stick to sales, bargain books or reward plum bonus point events. As a book buyer its hard not to buy books but its harder not to buy them.

  1. Killing Kate by Alex Lake
  2. The Sacrifice of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie
  3. The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
  4. Detective Cross by James Patterson
  5. Private Gold by James Patterson
  6. Charm (Fairy Tales 2) by Sarah Pinborough
  7. Beauty Tales from the Kingdom Book 3 by Sarah Pinborough
  8. The Third Wife by Lisa Jewel
  9. York by Laura Ruby (book 1 of The Shadow Cipher)
  10. Owl Diaries Baxter is Missing by Rebecca Elliott
  11. New York Actually by Sarah Morgan
  12. The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons

 

Total books bought this month: 12
Total books bought this month (Michael): 0

Total books read from this months haul: 5

Total books bought in 2017: 61

Total books read in 2017: 20

Comments

  1. I agree it’s hard not to buy books! I hope these are all winners.

    • Kathy, I am trying to cut back on my book buying but its so hard. Now with the nicer weather here I am hoping to make it to the library more often although in all reality i have enough books to keep me going LOL

  2. Jennifer Pastor says:

    So glad to see your posts once again 👍

  3. I do the Stacking the Shelves monthly too, although for May I could have done it weekly… there were so many good freebies and .99 cent deals out there!

    • In the past I use to do weekly but then my book buying got out of hand so i switched to monthly. I am off to check out your blog now 🙂 thanks for stopping by and commenting

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