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Books I Want To Read | May 2019

My April TBR was a nice warm up to get back into reading. Admittedly I didn’t actually finish any of them, but it’s the effort that counts 😁.

For May I pulled together a selection of books I would like to dig into. First of which is Hinch Yourself Happy *. I have been following Mrs Hinch for a few months now and she has been a major inspiration to me to get my house in order. I knew she had a book coming out but, after the disappointment I had with the Marie Kondo book, I was hesitant to pick it up. I broke on Friday when I saw it in Asda. It’s not just an instruction book on how to clean your house, it’s also part autobiography, and have that Mrs Hinch twist made it worth the money. I’ve already had a few giggles out of it.

After last month’s choices of chick lit romances, I quickly realised although they were easy reads they weren’t what I was in the mood for right now. So I’ve pulled out Succubus Blues *by Richelle Mead. I’ve read it 4 or 5 times already, my copy is actually falling apart. It’s a great Urban Fantasy series about Georgina Kincaid, who is a Succubus that doesn’t really want to be a Succubus. All she wants is love, happiness and the next novel from her favourite Crime Fiction author. It’s a fast-paced read and the series is only 6 books (don’t worry the books are of a reasonable length so you won’t need to invest months of your life).

Lastly, I wanted to tap back into Game Of Thrones *. I’m watching the final series as it unfolds and it is killing me that it’s going to be over so soon. So I wanted to go back to the beginning and read it how George R R Martin wanted it to be told. I’ve read the first book twice before but never continues on, but I’ve been told it’s a lot darker and more twisted than the show. Maybe by the time I Finish Mr Martin will have published his version of events.

What is on your reading list this month?