May is here – hurrah! The month that gives us two bank holidays, (hopefully) warmer weather and (definitely) a shed load of awesome book releases! Once again my bank balance is begging for mercy but I have been on a pre-ordering frenzy with so many great titles up for release…How could I not!? (Sorry wages.)
I’m a little late off the starting block with the influx of May books coming our way – so you might already own/be reading Runaway Summer by Ruth Saberton which was out on 1st May and Berlin Coffee Shop by Gerlis Zillgens which was out on 4th May along with the latest installment in the Red Eye series, Bad Bones by Graham Marks.
Coming up this week we have Things We Have in Common by Tasha Kavanagh and it’s wedding mania with Bride Without a Groom by Amy Lynch and Always the Bridesmaid by Lindsey Kelk, all of which are out on the 7th May, along with Just the Way You Are by Lynsey James and Miss Wrong and Mr Right by Robert Bryndza which I am RIDICIOUSLY EXCITED about, before we can get hold of Faking It by Leah Marie Brown on the 12th May. Then the fabulous Jules Wake is back with From Italy With Love on 14th.
Fast forward a few days ahead and you can get hold of a copy of Someone Out There by Catherine Hunt on the 17th.
The fun doesn’t stop the following week as Green Beans and Summer Dreams by Catherine Ferguson, The Vintage Cinema Club by Jane Linfoot, Run Away by Laura Salters and The Life and Death of Sophie Stark by Anna North all make their gorgeous appearances on our e-readers on 19th May. Then two days later out flies The Island Escape by Kerry Fisher, Coming up Roses by Rachael Lucas, The Sun in Her Eyes by Paige Toon, We Are All Made of Stars by Rowan Coleman, Truly, Madly, Greekly by Mandy Baggot, Boo by Neil Smith, all released on the 21st May. Then last but certainly by no means least is Resistance is Futile by Jenny T Colgan whizzing it’s way from outer space on 28th May.