Still I have started walking again for fun - a friend and I managed a wonderful walk on Epsom Downs (past the Derby Racetrack) on one of the first sunny days we had in ages. The weather was beautiful, the scenery was fantastic and we even got to see some racehorses practice gallops!
So how did that impact the reading situation?
The Revenge of Eli Monpress - Rachel Aaron
Tempest's Fury - Nicole Peeler
The Woman Who Died A Lot - Jasper Fforde (British Book Challenge)
The Silent Stars Go By - Dan Abnett (British Book Challenge)
Blood and Magick - James R Tuck
Shakespeare's Landlord - Charlaine Harris
The Minority Council - Kate Griffin (British Book Challenge)
The Red Tree - Caitlin R Kiernan
Weird Detectives - Edited by Paula Guran
The Time Machine - HG Wells (British Book Challenge)
Fragments - Dan Wells
Like This, For Ever - SJ Bolton (British Book Challenge)
Hot Blooded - Amanda Carlson
Wild & Steamy - Meljean Brook, Jill Moyles & Carolyn Crane
The Eternity Cure - Julia Kagawa
Fool Moon (Dresden Files #2) - Jim Butcher
A Discovery of Witches - Deborah Harkness
Impact of Dyslexia
To Tweet or Not To Tweet?
So updating the challenges -
British Books Challenge - 15 Read
Best of the Bunch: No contest this month - The Revenge of Eli Monpress: how a series should be ended before getting tired
Honorable Mentions: Like This, For Ever, Hot Blooded, The Red Tree & Blood and Magick - it was another great month for reading!
So what was your month like? :)