Stephanie’s May 2020 TBR Pile

Posted May 2nd, 2020 by in Reading Goals, TBR Pile, To Be Read (TBR) Pile / 4 comments

Well I feel like a lot of people are facing another month of shelter at home like me. I’m adapting and I understand that this is our new normal. Or at least normal for now. With that being said I now know that I have another month of online communicating and not going in to the office. I have some great books picked out and I’m looking forward to a few book club picks too!

Full Length Novels from My Shelves:

The Lightening Thief by Rick Riordan

One Day in December by Josie Silver
Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios
The Lightening Thief by Rick Riordan

All I Ever Wanted by Kristan HigginsWhen You Dare by Lori Foster

All I Ever Wanted by Kristan Higgins
When You Dare by Lori Foster

COYER Reads:

Minutes to Kill by Melinda Leigh

Minutes to Kill by Melinda Leigh

There will also be a few additional COYER reads but I don’t think I can get into those yet. I’m hoping May is going to be a productive month for me!

Nostalgia Reads:

Mary Anne and the Secret in the Attic by Ann M. MartinDawn Saves the Planet by Ann M. MartinStacey's Choice by Ann M. Martin

Mary Anne and the Secret in the Attic by Ann M. Martin
Dawn Saves the Planet by Ann M. Martin
Stacey’s Choice by Ann M. Martin

Mallory Hates Boys (and Gym) by Ann M. MartinStarring the Baby-sitters Club! by Ann M. MartinThe Mystery at Claudia's House by Ann M. Martin

Mallory Hates Boys (and Gym) by Ann M. Martin
The Mystery at Claudia’s House by Ann M. Martin
Starring the Baby-sitters Club! by Ann M. Martin


Stephanie

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4 Responses to “Stephanie’s May 2020 TBR Pile”

  1. Berls

    How are the babysitters club books holding up? I LOVED them when I was younger but wonder if I’d like them now. Happy reading!

    • Stephanie

      To be honest they are really making me feel good during this pandemic. They were always unrealistic and filled with wholesome wonderfulness. During this time it’s nice to have that. In one of the books I read this month they dealt with blatant racism and it was actually handled pretty well for older grade schoolers.

  2. Lover of Romance

    Yes I am hope this new normal won’t last much longer, or at least with warm months it will help kill the virus like the experts say it will and things will get back and we can go out and do things with our loved ones again. Heck even simple things like eating at a restaurant or going to a amusement park with the nieces and nephews.

    Looks like you are keeping busy with reading and enjoyed those babysitter club books

    • Stephanie

      Let’s keep our fingers crossed, yes? We’re slowly going back out ourselves. I’m happy to be back to doing our own grocery shopping again!

      I am enjoying the BSC books. They’re the perfect blend of feel good when the world we’re in right now doesn’t feel so great!

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