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Sunday, June 30, 2013

June Wrap Up

I had another fantastic reading month this past month. I felt like I was flying through books. It was a lot of fun. I love the summer months and all the guilt free  reading I can do. Anywho, here we go. 

Books Read: 

Ten Tiny Breaths by KA Tucker
Entwined With You by Sylvia Day
The Favor By Megan Hart
45 Pounds by KA Barson
Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
Brooklyn Girls by Gemma Burgess 
My Life After Now by Jessica Verdi 

Books Reviewed: 

Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Strands of Bronze and Gold by Jane Nickerson
The Favor by Megan Hart 
45 Pounds by KA Barson 


I posted my Summer TBR and am hoping to tackle a good number from the list. I'll be keeping track on that post. 


Debut Author Challenge: 8/20 (My goal for last month was to read two debut and I did that- hoping to keep the trend). 

YA Audio Book Challenge: 4/12 this has been a total fail. I have plans on posting a couple more audio reviews in the next couple months. But in all honesty I haven't been listening to anything lately. 

2013 Reading Challenge: 42/75 books- I am up five books ahead and I am thrilled with that. Because Once school starts not sure how much power reading I'll be able to get done. 

You can watch my June Wrap Up/July TBR below if you so desire. 

Happy Reading Everyone!

1 comment:

  1. You did read a lot! Congrats.

    So I take it you liked 45 pounds, hee. I'll definitely have to look into that one!

    I LOVE The Importance of Being Earnest. The movie version takes some hilarious liberties, so it's a bit different but still very funny. I recommend it.

    Good luck on completing your July TBR! I also really want to read Sloppy Firsts, Fangirl, and Hopeless, but it ain't going to happen this month, unfortunately.


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