June 2020 Wrap Up

This is kind of late because I didn’t realize that it was the end of the month and so I didn’t have this post ready but I’m here now! I have fallen behind on my reading challenge which isn’t ideal but I’m hopeful that I will get back on track soon.

I only read two books this month but they were both really good so I’m counting this month as a reading win.

Girl, Serpent, Thorn

Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust:  ★★★★

First up I received an ARC of Girl, Serpent Thorn and I decided to read that in June what with it being Pride month. You can actually read my full review here. I really enjoyed the book and definitely recommend it.

Dark Skies (Dark Shores, #2)

Dark Skies by Danielle L Jensen:  ★★★★

I read the first book in this series Dark Shores a couple months ago and I absolutely loved it. I still haven’t written a review and that’s because I’m lazy piece of shit. However, this series is very underrated. I don’t know why more people aren’t reading it. The first book amazing, this book also amazing. Please read it.

And those were the two books I read in June. Not a great reading month but hopefully July will be better. Spoiler alert. It is. I have read two books already this month. So things are looking up.

June 2019 Wrap Up

I read the same amount of books this month as I did last time which is great for me! It means that I didn’t slack on my reading this month. I mean I do wish I had read more than last month but I’m happy just to be reading anything.

I’m 4 books ahead of by reading goal of 30 so really that’s all that matters to me at this point. I just need to stay ahead.

Red, White & Royal Blue

Red White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston: ★★★★★

Omg I love this book so much!!! I actually chose it for my book club to read as well because I liked it so much. Hopefully I’ll have a review up about how much I loved this book but I’m so behind on my reviews that who knows when it’ll be up.

Orpheus Girl

Orpheus Girl by Brynne Rebele-Henry: ★★★

This book doesn’t come out until October but I was able to get an eARC of it from Edelweiss. I’m going to write a review of it but I probably won’t post it until it’s closer to the publication date. It’s definitely an impactful book but it’s not for everyone.

Caraval (Caraval, #1)

Caraval by Stephanie Garber: ★★★★

This book has been on my TBR since it came out two years ago and I’ve finally gotten around to reading it. It was much different than I was expecting and definitely in a good way. Review to come as well…

These books were all pretty great which makes me happy! I can’t wait to see what I read in July.