My May TBR

Happy May! I hope your month is off to a good start. Mine is starting off (yet again) with a fantastic stack of books I’m eager to get to! The stack looks a bit small, but I do have quite a few picks on audio and ebook to get to in May as well!

A DARK AND SECRET PLACE by Jen Williams (Crooked Lane Books, pub date 6/8/2021)

A SPECIAL PLACE FOR WOMEN by Laura Hankin (Berkley Publishing; pub date 5/11/21)

BETH AND AMY by Virginia Kantra (Berkley Publishing; pub date 5/25/21)

LAST SUMMER AT THE GOLDEN HOTEL by Elyssa Friedland (Berkley Publishing; pub date 5/18/21)

MOTHER MAY I by Joshilyn Jackson – #SaturdayBookstaClub

NINEFOX GAMBIT by Yoon Ha Lee – #deepdarkreads

PACK UP THE MOON by Kristan Higgins (Berkley Publishing; pub date 6/8/21)

PEOPLE WE MEET ON VACATION by Emily Henry (Berkley Publishing; pub date 5/11/21)

SIGHTWITCH by Susan Dennard – #Witchlandsalong

THE DROWNING KIND by Jennifer McMahon #SaturdayBookstaClub

THE FIANCEE by Kate White (Harper Perennial; pub date 6/29/21)

THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS by Arundhati Roy – #RoryGilmoreBookClub

THE HUNGING WIVES by May Cobb (Berkley Publishing; pub date 5/18/21)

THE INVISIBLE HUSBAND OF FRICK ISLAND by Colleen Oakley (Berkley Publishing; pub date 5/25/21)

THE MAIDENS by Alex Michaelides (Celadon Books; pub date 6/15/21)

THE MIME ORDER by Samantha Shannon

THE PHOTOGRAPHER by Mary Dixie Carter (Minotaur Books; pub date 5/25/21)

THE ROAD TRIP by Beth O’Leary (Berkley Publishing; pub date 6/1/21)

THE TETHERED MAGE by Melissa Caruso – #magicmayhemreads

THIS STRANGE WAY OF DYING by Silvia Moreno-Garcia – #readtheworld21

WHERE HOPE COMES FROM by Nikita Gill (Hachette Books; pub date 6/1/21)

YOU WILL REMEMBER ME by Mary Hannah McKinnon (Harlequin; pub date 5/25/21)

The Jar of TBR Picks…


*THE THORN BIRDS by Colleen McCullough – #classicsbuddyread – book set in a country on or below the Tropic of Cancer


*HOLLOW KINGDOM by Kira Jane Buxton – a book set mostly or entirely outdoors

*LOVE IN COLOR by Babalola Bolu – a book set in multiple countries

*THE ROANOKE GIRLS by Amy Engle – a book with a family tree

What are you looking forward to reading in May? See any on my list that you’ve read or want to? I’d love to hear!