1 Jul 2018

June Wrap-Up & July TBR

Lazy month. I woke up on the 28th of June to the realisation that the month was almost over. How is it possible that one month just can slip through the fingers of time so quickly. This month's wrap-up is skinny. Skinnier than usual, both in the number of books and pages read.

A Court of Wings and Ruin
Sarah J. Maas

 699 pages

Good Morning Call Vol 2
Yue Takasuka

161 pages

Mark Morrison

316 pages

Herding Cats
Sarah Andersen

108 pages

Frost Security: Jacob
Glenna Sinclair

400 pages (estimated)

1684 pages read. One big feat, A Court of Wings and Ruin, read. Some manga, a graphic novel, romance, middle-grade, and fantasy. I usually am the person who reads mainly one genre (with a few strays tucked) during the month. But every book I read from a different genre? That's definitely new. Well, June's over. Hello July!

Continuing on June's theme of reading what I can without actually setting a TBR for myself. What look for during the month of July:

- My Lady Zane, Steven M. Sullivan
- The Last Cleric, Layton Green
- The Never Dawn, R.E. Palmer
- Onions, Cy Young
- Season of Wind, Aimee Hyndman

I am writing this post in a summer flu that attacked me a couple of days ago. I'm rarely sick. Like, once a year. This is the second time in the past year that I have the flu and I hate it. Being sick is not something I am good at. Or more likely, sitting still at home when we finally have warm and sunny weather in Finland. Well, at least I have no choice but to read all day, all night. 😊

1 comment:

  1. Hope you feel better soon. The flu going around this past winter was shocking, so rest up and keep the fluids high.


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