Since this is the beginning of the month, I thought it would be a great time to start something new here on my blog. I know that I still have some posts to catch up on ( I promise to have the Series Saturday up and finished this month, as well as the rest of my quarterly wrap -up). Since my countdown posts have gone awry, I will post the rest of my Top 5 posts on the corresponding Sundays.

If you follow me on instagram (and you definitely want to) then you would have seen my May TBR, and heard the spiel about my relationship with TBRs. I am not always good about doing a weekly wrap-up and even worse about posting reviews consistently. But since I have a book tour that I will be participating in each week this month, I thought now would be a good time to do a reading check in here on the blog.

Crush the King by Jennifer Estep– This is a review copy that I received when it came out (2020!) and had plans to catch up on the series, and just got distracted. I have also received the spin off series for review and hope to get to that this month. I picked this from the stack of secret May hopefuls that I hope to get to this month-a stack that I have already been pulling from. So yay! me. This is the third and final book in the Crown of Shards Trilogy. Evie has proven to be the most difficult queen to kill so far and in this book she is finally face to face with the Mortan King. And she plans to do everything she can to crush him before he has a chance to come after her again. I am about half way finished and will have a double review up when I finish. Bonus: I just saw that this is on sale for $1.99 on Amazon.

Witchblood by Matthew Erman– This is a review copy that I received for the book tour. This is the final week of the tour, but come back for my full review and a chance to enter the giveaway. (May 2)

Heathen by Natasha Alterici- This is another review copy for the book tour. This is the omnibus edition. Check back for the full review and the chance to enter the giveaway. (May 4)

Blood Scion by Deborah Falaye- This is a 2022 release, and a review copy that I just haven’t had the chance to pick up. When I saw that it was available on Scrib’d I decided to give it a go that route. I am not sure what to expect but I am all about a character who dances between monster and hero.

I am looking forward to all of the fun that is Wyrd & Wonder. If you want to know more about it or sign up to participate, hope over to Imyril’s blog and get all of the latest info. There are two read alongs, while I hope to read them both, I will probably be participating in the actual read along in a haphazard way that is becoming my brand.