Looking at May, it seems as if I didn't read that many books but I actually finished a couple of challenges.
First up, The 3rd Canadian Books Challenge is complete and with a month to spare! That's a first for me. The 1st one I didn't finish and the 2nd I scrambled to the finish with a couple of kids' books.
- The Sea Captain's Wife by Beth Powning
- The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag by Alan Bradley
- The Last River Child by Lori Ann Bloomfield
- Fish for Dinner by Paul O'Neill
- The New Moon's Arm by Nalo Hopkinson
- I Never Liked You by Chester Brown
- Grow Great Grub by Gayla Trail
- Generation A by Douglas Coupland
- Louis Reil by Chester Brown
- Kaspar by Diane Obomsawin
- The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood
- Not Wanted on the Voyage by Timothy Findley
- Bashful Bob and Doleful Dorinda by Margaret Atwood
I also finished the All About the Brontes Challenge by the skin of my teeth:
- The Life of Charlotte Bronte by Elizabeth Gaskell
- Jane Eyre Graphic Novel
- Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte
- Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier
I read nothing for the Women Unbound Challenge in May. I'll think about that later.
In my own Daphne du Maurier Challenge, I made a good start with Captivated and Jamaica Inn. The other participants are starting their books too. There are already a few links to reviews on the Daphne du Maurier Challenge Review blog. Literary Stew and Park Benches and Bookends both read Rebecca while Booksploring reviewed the little known Julius.
If you'd still like to join, please do so.
So that was my May in review, how was yours?