May 2016 TBR
April is almost over, so it's time to decide what to read in May.
The Attachments by Rainbow Rowell - Book club pick for this month. Luckily, I already own it, it's short, and it's light and fun. Perfect for this crazy month.
The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson - I've got this one going right now. It's pretty fun so far.
The Queen of the Night by Alexander Chee - Excited about this one. I've heard it's amazing.
The Distant Hours by Kate Morton - Because I didn't get to it last month.
Men We Reaped by Jesamyn Ward - This is another book from my list of 10 books to read this year. If I don't start getting these read, I won't get them finished. This one's short, though.
Your Hate Mail Will be Graded by John Scalzi - This is one I have from hold and need to get done ASAP!
American Housewife by Helen Ellis - This is a little book of short stories that is supposed to be amazing.
Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld - I'm super excited about this latest installment in the Jane Austen Project. This is a modern re-telling of Pride and Prejudice. You know I have to read all the JA books.
Delilah Dirk and the King's Shilling by Tony Cliff - The next in this graphic novel series for middle grades. I basically put it on here to make my list look super long.
And also all those Sequoyah books I have.
8 books. That's kind of a lot. Well, we'll see how it goes.