Happy May everyone! As we welcome a new month, we’re also welcoming new book releases! How exciting is that? I hope you’re looking for some recommendations because I’ve got some great picks for you this month. Whether you’re interested in self-help, poetry, or mystery and thrillers, I’ve got you covered!
This list includes books that I’ve finished and ones that are awaiting to be read. For those that I have finished, I’ve included a link to view my review on Goodreads. You can keep an eye out for these titles at your local bookstore, or pre-order a copy on Amazon. I’ve included the pre-order links below as well as their Goodreads page so you can conveniently add these titles to your TBR list. Here are 6 books to look out for in May.
From the publisher: This book dives into the world of tarot through delicate and illuminating poetry that stirs the soul. Inside this book, you will find 78 poems, one for each card in the Major and Minor Arcana. An index is included at the back to help readers navigate the poems as primarily this book is intended to be used for “readings,” with blank pages beside each poem for the reader to use however they wish.
From the publisher: Kate has always dreamed of a life in music and moves to the city to attend a prestigious college. Needing a place to live, she answers an ad and moves in with Amy. Gradually Amy’s presence becomes more and more stifling. Fearing for her sanity, Kate knows she needs to get some answers and begins to look into the history of the creepy old house she shares with Amy. What she finds is beyond her worst nightmares.
From the publisher: Stress, worry, and anxiety can make it hard to enjoy your days, and these feelings tend to build up over time. This enjoyable workbook is a colorful, friendly guide that’s written to be straightforward and easily accessible, with the feel of a guided journal rather than a dry clinical tome. Inside, you’ll find a simple toolkit for reducing your anxiety, no matter where it pops up.
From the publisher: So, Stranger stands as a fixed mark between the shifting histories and futures of being a daughter, being an artist, and being an immigrant. If its reader begins as a stranger, they end as part of a lineage: one both of grief and glory, of distance and arrival.
From the publisher: Five friends meet. Only four come home. On Christmas morning, DS Robin Butler has no plans to celebrate. A dog walker at a local beach has discovered five unresponsive people strewn across the shingle. By the time Robin arrives, one is pronounced dead, and the other four are being treated in hospital. A cold case investigation unlocks some answers about the history between the beach-going gang, yet they’re tight-lipped about what prompted them to meet on Christmas Eve.
From the publisher: Holly is getting married, but not before a celebration weekend with her closest friends. After a night of arguments, a body is found floating in the swimming pool of their secluded cottage. Holly must face up to the truth – one of her bridesmaids is a killer, but which one? New beginnings. Old rivalries. Best friends. Bad blood. Five bridesmaids. One body.
I hope you enjoyed this list for May releases! Are there any books on here that you’d like to read? Do you have any recommendations of your own? I’d love to hear your thoughts! For more book related posts, visit my tag here. Happy reading everyone!