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June Reading Wrap Up

on July 4, 2018

Total Books Read: 14
Fiction: 14
Non-Fiction: 0
Library Books: 0
Books On My TBR List: 4
Books in a Series: 3
Authors I’d Never Read Before: 10
Male/Female Authors: 1/13
Kindle Books: 5
Books I Owned or Bought: 4
Favourite Book(s): The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang, The Rúin by Dervla McTiernan and The Nowhere Child by Christian White.
Least Favourite Books: One Small Thing by Erin Watt
Books That Qualify For Challenges: 0 – because this is the year of no challenges!

So June was a bit of a slow month, but I knew it would be. We moved into our new house on the 1st/2nd and spent a large portion of the month unpacking and sorting out the new house as well as dealing with the handover of the old house. Also my husband had some health issues come up which resulted in surgery being scheduled for the 29th June, which was something we were pretty consumed with in the latter part of the month. He’s still in hospital now, which is part of the reason why my June wrap up is being posted so late. His recovery will probably be a process, so I think July will be quiet as well.

But I did make my way through 14 books and some of them were very good reads. I finally got around to reading The Rúin and I know, I’m months behind pretty much everyone else but it definitely lived up to the hype. I really enjoyed it and I’m definitely looking forward to another Cormac Reilly book in the future. I also absolutely loved The Nowhere Child by Christian White which was amazing!

Because of my feeling that I won’t get a lot of reading time in July, my pile is small:

My first read will be A Month Of Sundays by Liz Byrski as I am part of a blog tour for that one – my post will be up on the 6th. I’m also doing a blog tour for The Desert Nurse as well. I’ve never read Karin Slaughter before but she’s one of those authors that I always see around so it will be good to finally try one of her books. I won Suicide Club in a give-away from the publisher and Second Sight is Aoife Clifford’s second novel and seems like an intriguing mystery/crime.

So that was my reading month of June! I hope to be able to post semi-regularly during July but it might be a little quiet depending on when my husband comes home and how he’s going to be. Fingers crossed I get to at least read through my TBR.

If you read something amazing in June, or if you’ve read something from my TBR here, feel free to let me know in the comments!

5 responses to “June Reading Wrap Up


    I am very sorry that your husband is so ill – I hope he makes a speedy recovery and surprises you and his doctors. :o)

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