May 2016 Recap

Of the ARCs I reviewed this month, WHAT REMAINS by Garrett Leigh, a bisexual M/M romance, was my favorite. Aside from reviews, I haven’t done much writing, and I’m tired a lot of the time. This has to change, and I have to find a way to be motivated again. I need to catch up on my ARCs, but my health comes first. Aside from the three review tours in June that I’ve committed to, I’ll get to other ARCs in my queue when I can. I like hosting book tours, because I just like posting up stuff on my blog and seeing how it looks like when it’s published. I used work as a typesetter, so I think it’s fun formatting blog posts. The HTML packets are usually coded for Blogger, so I don’t even bother. Most of the time, I copy and paste from the Word docs. Sometimes, it can be a headache, especially when I’m not in a good mood. But if I get the tour packets ahead of time, then I can format and schedule them and get them out of the way, so I don’t have to worry about them for awhile. It makes things easy for me if I don’t feel the pressured by deadlines. Anyway. Not much else to say about May. But hey, how about those primaries? Crazy, right? Who knew California would be such a big deal. I voted by mail like always, because I don’t like lines or going out. LOL. And I’m not at all thrilled with the violence at rallies on either side. So not cool. Other than that, Go Warriors!


❤ MAY 2016 RECAP ❤

1. Duke of Sin by Elizabeth Hoyt 5 ☆
2. On My Knees by Meredith Wild 4 ☆

3. What Remains by Garrett Leigh 5 ☆
4. What About Now by Grace R. Duncan 3 ☆

5. The Belle vs. the BDOC by Amy Jo Cousins 3 ☆

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