Monday, June 3, 2019

What I Read in May


While I didn't get just a ton read in the month, I did get to travel to Ohio for the Nowhere Else festival and see some of my favorite bands and favorite people. I was also quite busy moving the library where I work from one building to another, brand new building. I'm so pleased with my new space, but it took a lot of work to get it all set up and we still have some ways to go. So that's what kept me busy in May - now for the good stuff! I read:

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
Sea of Strangers by Lang Leav
An Elderly Lady Is Up to No Good by Helene Tursten
Tasting Grace by Melissa d'Arabian
You Can't Touch My Hair by Phoebe Robinson
The Handmaid's Tale: The Graphic Novel by Renee Nault
Loving My Actual Neighbor by Alexandra Kuykendall
The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepworth
Outer Order, Inner Calm by Gretchen Rubin

Highlights were The Handmaid's Tale and You Can't Touch My Hair, although Outer Order, Inner Calm has given me some motivation to get things clean and orderly around the house.

What did you read in May?

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  1. I saw the graphic novel of The Handmaid's Tale today at BN. Looked interesting. In May I read Hemingway's Girl, Moonlight Mile, The Girls of August, Standing in the Rainbow, The Hampton Connection, The Nick Adam's Stories, These Happy Golden Years, Corrupted, and Swimming Lessons.

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    1. These Happy Golden Years is my absolute favorite of the Little House books!

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