Nightstand

WOYN – May 2016

Nightstand

I’m late!  I just got busy with our Memorial Weekend trip and totally forgot to get this post ready to share with friends at 5 Minutes for Books.  It was a nice long month, don’t you think?  Even though it was longer I still didn’t get all the reading done that I needed to.  Could be the glorious weather and the fact that I just want to be out in it after sitting at my desk all day.  It’s been a busy month around here as you know if you’ve ready my Week In Review post each week.  So, my reading has been feverish the second half of the month… Trying to get caught up!

Completed:

Water for Elephants by Sue Gruen

The First Phone Call From Heaven by Mitch Albom

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J. K. Rowling

On my nightstand:

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert

The Evil Genius by Wilkie Collins

52 Lessons from It’s A Wonderful Life by Bob Welch

What’s next?  I supposes I will continue with the Harry Potter series.

One Million Page Challenge update:

May: 1,528

This year: 8,234

Challenge to date: 57,720

OMP

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5 thoughts on “WOYN – May 2016”

  1. I’ve been a day behind all week. My reading has hit the skids again. Maybe it will pick up soon. Have a great day.

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  2. The months all seem to be melding together for me! I didn’t really think I had been reading any less than usual until I wrote up my own NIghtstand post and realized I finished maybe half of what I usually do. But May is always a busy-ish month with people graduating and (in the case of a number of our friends) getting married. Then there’s the outdoor work, which definitely picks up this time of year as well! So I suppose it’s not so awful that I didn’t read as much as usual.

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