Hello and hi and welcome to another month on the glorious Earth! May is going to be a doozy with all the great books being released this year. I think there’s huge titles publishing for almost every genre, so this summer is going to be filled with so many great books to read. I’m salivating with anticipation!
Aside from the great books that are publishing this month, it’s also Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This May, I’m celebrating Asian and Asian American authors the best way I know how: reading them and showcasing them. I’ll be sharing some great books that I’ve loved, some new-to-me authors you should check out, and the books I’ll be reading. It’ll be a great month of reads and I can’t wait to get started.
I’ll also be sharing what I’m reading ahead of the Hugo Awards. Yep! I’m doing it again this year. This time, I’m giving myself a bit more leeway since the award ceremony’s been postponed until December. I’ll share more details of that in the future.
For now, let’s see what I’m getting into this month:
- Dare Me by Megan Abbott
- Made in Korea by Sarah Suk
- The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary
- I’m Waiting for You by Kim Bo-Young
- The Ruin of Kings by Jenn Lyons
- It Had to Be You by Georgia Clark
- Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir
- Tokyo Ever After by Emiko Jean
- Artificial Condition by Martha Wells
- Rogue Protocol by Martha Wells
- Exit Strategy by Martha Wells
- Piranesi by Susanna Clarke
- A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking by T Kingfisher