Sunday, June 1, 2014

Reading Wrap-up For May at Emeraldfire's Bookmark


Hello everyone out there and I hope that you all had a terrific reading month for yourselves. I am known as Emeraldfire around the Internet and this is my new personal reading blog.

Anyway, I started out May with about two hundred unread books lying around the house and ended the month with...umm...uncountable amounts of books unread. All of the books that I acquired this month came from authors, Bookmooch and Amazon.

Let me try to break down the influx for you:

Changes to the TBR pile

Read from my TBR pile (Yes! I am a reading machine :))
- A Comedy of Erinn by Celia Bonaduce
- The Witch's Salvation by Francesca Pelaccia 
- The Soul of the Sun by Genevieve Crownson
- Life in the Palace by Catherine Green  
- Of Dreams and Shadow by D. S. McKnight

Added to my TBR pile (oh well, you win some and you lose some! :))
- Devil's Bargain by Rachel Caine
- The Last Ancient by Eliot Baker
- Dinosaur Lake II: Dinosaurs Arising by Kathryn Meyer Griffith
- Salted by Aaron Galvin
- Collision: The Battle For Daraccia by Michael Phillip Cash
- Sunshine by Nikki Rae
- Sun Poisoned by Nikki Rae
- Sun Damage by Nikki Rae
- Allegiance by Lacy Yager
- Khaki=Killer by Connie Corcoran Wilson
- Rumors by Erica Kiefer
- Guardians Inc.: The Cypher by Julian Rosado-Machain

Taken off my TBR pile and sent to a new home (Yay! Happy Dance! :))
- A Comedy of Erinn by Celia Bonaduce
Deviltry Afoot by Carol Pritt
- Seeing Green by Annabel Hertz
- The Witch's Salvation by Francesca Pelaccia
- The Soul of the Sun by Genevieve Crownson
- Life in the Palace by Catherine Green
- Of Dreams and Shadow by D. S. McKnight

Well, there it is...the breakdown! All in all, a very good reading month for me, considering. Here's a further breakdown:

Books Read: 5
Pages Read: 1,462
Grade Range: A+! to A!

So, there you go! The reading month that was May. I hope that you all had an equally good reading month; if not a little better. :) See you all next month! :)

May you read well and often

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