May 2020 TBR

Happy Friday! Anyone have exciting plans for the weekend? Maybe 2 walks around your block instead of one? LOL! I hear that more and more places are beginning to open up, but I know there are still a lot of places that are looking at another month at least of quarantine. I know here in Louisiana, people and businesses are just starting to ignore the governor’s laws, though.

My April TBR was almost a complete fail. I’ll hopefully have my April wrap-up post up soon. I have just been such a moody reader this month. And honestly, that’s okay with me! I absolutely LOVE making TBRs because I so enjoy making lists, but I don’t hold myself to them. With my moodiness in mind, I made my May TBR to reflect my current temperament.

A couple of these were on my April TBR and I just didn’t get to them, but I’m hoping to get to them this month. We’ll see!

What books are you planning on reading in May??? Have you read any of these? Are you planning to?

Happy Reading,
Alison

20 thoughts on “May 2020 TBR

  1. So many great books on deck! I can’t wait to see what you think of Grip. I swear, I wanted to shake Bristol sometimes but even so I was so completely invested in her and Grip. Loved that one. (And Still was even better.) Love and Other Words is tied for my favorite by Christina Lauren. So much love for that one. And I really want to start Love Lettering soon!

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  2. May looks like a great reading month with all of these books lined up!
    Weekend plans! Ha! Look at you being funny! It’s supposed to rain here, so I’m not sure what we will do… :/ We have a news conference in an hour to tell us how long our stay at home is extending. I’m guessing until almost June. Although, some stuff has been allowed to open, like construction.

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    • I think all of our businesses are allowed to open on the 16th, but there are tons of restrictions and our governor has been very vague. We’re supposed to have 3 phases of reopening, but we don’t really know what each phase entails. A lot of people here are beginning to just blatantly ignore it all, though, and do what they want to do.

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