This is my first time doing this type of post. I realised how great these posts are during one of my conversations with Ceillie and because I didn’t have much time in May for blog hopping. So I’ve been checking out loads of wrap up posts!
I received very exciting news in May. I had received a conditional offer of acceptance to study Publishing at Edinburgh Napier University and still needed to pass an English test (English is my mother tongue but it doesn’t count because of my nationality). I received my results in May and I passed!!! I also received the unconditional offer of acceptance after sending in the results. So, I officially will be studying in Edinburgh in September! I’m so excited and nervous!!!
During May, I was a co-host for Asian Lit Bingo, which turned out to be one of the most fun blogging experiences that I’ve had so far.
I posted my first character interview this month, which is my favourite type of blog post to read. I interviewed Faye from No More Heroes (written by Michelle Kan).
Posts written by other bloggers that I enjoyed this month
Posts in English
Power of Pingbacks
Refusing to Review Indie + Self Published Books? | YA Talk
Ramadan Readathon: recommended reads – MG, YA and adult fiction
Ramadan Readathon: recommended reads – Non-Fic, Graphic Novels, Poetry, Bio & Short Stories
Mental Health Monday – Crazy
Posts in German
Es ist nur Repräsentation, wenn es auch genau für diese Menschen geschrieben wurde
Posts I published in May
#AsianLitBingo: A May 2017 Reading Challenge
Top 5 Wednesday – Favourite SFF cover art
Top 5 Wednesday – Summer reads
Top 5 Wednesday – Favourite minor characters
Character interview: Faye from No More Heroes by Michelle Kan (no spoilers)
Asian Lit Bingo – Wrap Up Post
A Love That Disturbs – Medeia Sharif
Review: The Lost Hero – Rick Riordan
Soulmated – Shaila Patel
Plastic Wings – C. T. Callahan
Der falsche Inder – Abbas Khider
No More Heroes – Michelle Kan
Written in the Stars – Aisha Saeed
The Astrologer’s Daughter – Rebecca Lim
Jamila – Chingiz Aitmatov