The point is to identify the best book we read during the month of May.
I'm actually a really slow reader, and I start far too many books at once, which delays me from finishing any of them in a timely manner. This month, I read more than I usually do, so that gives me quite a pool to choose from.
I'm really excited about the book I've chosen, as it addresses a topic near and dear to my heart: infertility. It's also written by a local D.C. Metro area author, Elizabeth Perry Maddrey. Entitled Faith Departed, the novel sensitively and expertly deals with two couples suffering through the inability to conceive, miscarriages, and the toll all of it takes on a marriage.
So that's my pick for May. What's yours?