May has been an interesting month, to say the least. Not because anything over exciting has happened, but because a lot of things are ending. School is over (thank goodness), so I’m going to have to decide on how I’m going to spend my summer. Right now, all I know for sure is that I’m going to be taking a short summer school session (to get ahead), attempt to watch all the anime I am interested in (I am currently watching So long, Mr. Despair, which is one of the most intelligently stupid things I have ever watched), spend time with friends, and, of course, read.
And then there is the ending of those cold, rainy days. We are still getting them in my corner of the world, but they are slowly fading away. Hopefully they will be gone entirely later one. Maybe I will be able to grow a couple of flowers? That will make me get a sense of achievement 😛
Oh, and then there is the end of going to sleep early for school. I can stay up as looong as I want. And I can stay up pretty late!
But there are also many new beginnings in the summer! So I’m going to be looking out for those ♥
I am doing pretty good on my Goodreads Reading Challenge so far this year. All I need to do is read seventy more books and I will be D-O-N-E! I will be having the help of my dear manga, so don’t be to amazed by my progress. I am kind of cheating 😉
I have also noticed that 2013 is the year that the Five Stars are attacking. They are slowly taking over my GR account and blog. Not that I am complaining! Good books are always good.
Best Books Read in May
How to Lead a Life of Crime by Kirsten Miller (my review)
Coda by Emma Trevayne (my review)
The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (my review)
All of the volumes of Pandora Hearts that I have read. (reviews in June)
March Story Vol.1 by Kim Hyung-Min, Yang Kyung-Il (my review)
Seven Days Vol.1-2 by Venio Tachibana, Rihito Takarai (Illustrator) (review in June)
The only thing I have to say about June is…