Monthly Wrap-Up: May 2018

May 2018 wrapup

I’m going to make this post quick and short. I have been bit busy with life and visiting doctors these past 4 days and so I couldn’t write post or read post on readers section. I couldn’t much concentrate in reading until yesterday. Thankfully I’m fine for now, there is  not much to worry. But I might be on and off for 1 or 2 week more. These month I read all books I decided to read. 

Books I read and reviewed in May-


the dragon of the month club by Iain Reading

4.5 Stars

t was full of adventure, perfectly paced with detailed vivid description, uniquely world and creative dragons.

Esme’s Wish (Esme Series #1) by Elizabeth Foster

 5 Stars

refreshing focusing on daughter-mother love with creative and unique world that will take the readers of this genre to a new adventure.

Women’s Fiction:

How to Walk Away by Katherine Center

5 Stars

amazing book! It was lovable, refreshing, inspiring and motivating Women’s fiction with clean and beautiful romance. I highly recommend this book to all readers of all age. 

Contemporary / Romance:

The Bachelor of Belmead by Helen Bea Kirk

4 Stars

it was dramatic, entertaining, character driven romance fiction that will be great to read something different and refreshing read.

fictional memoir:

Finding Joy by Morven-May MacCallum

5 Stars

raw, direct, honest and poignant account of the disease from perspective of patient, her relative, and friend. great book to know all about Lyme disease and truly met its purpose of raising awareness of disease. 

Thriller / Mystery:

Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall

4 Stars

dark, engaging, cleverly written book with complicated characters. 

Mr. Confidence by Rahiem Brooks

1 Star

Disappointing! It didn’t turn out as I expected. It just didn’t work for me.

I also finished Full Circle Today that I will review on Sunday.

Short Story Reviews:

#BlogTour #Review: Sarah’s Shadow by Nick Jones @rararesources @nickjonesauthor

5 Stars:

wonderful book with insightful messages and lovely illustrations.

#BlogTour #Review: Go To Sleep! by Marion Adams @Marion_author @rararesources

5 Stars

great animal themed funny and cute bedtime story. Kids will find it amusing. 

Blitz & Cover Reveal:

#BookBlitz: Screams You Hear by James Morris @shanannigans81 @JMorrisWriter

#BlogTour #Excerpt: A Spoke in the Wheel by Kathleen Jowitt @kathleenjowitt

#BlogTour: The Things We Learn When We’re Dead by Charlie Laidlaw @shanannigans81 @claidlawauthor

CoverReveal: 50 Shakes of Amazingness @gina_wann @bginareview


How was your month in reading? What have you read? Do we share common books from this list? Share your thoughts in comment-box below.

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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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