June Wrap-Up

This has probably been one of my worst reading months. I’m finding it so difficult to focus on reading in the evenings as, to be honest, I’m just drained by 8pm, and am often asleep on the sofa! I’ve also been finishing writing reports and completing assessments for school. I love being in the classroom, but I am looking forward to some time to recharge over the summer.

Books I’ve read:

I’ve read books this month: 6 physical copies and audiobooks. I’ve also managed to post reviews for all of the physical books I’ve read this month, except for The Mystery of the Night Watchers, and I’m currently writing my review for it. Whilst I might not have read as many books as usual, these were all enjoyable reads. I very rarely read young adult but, my goodness, Hold Back the Tide is phenomenal. If anyone has read it, and has other recommendations, I’d love to hear them.


My Feedback Ratio is still at 91%. I have requested two more books this month: The Shadows of Rookhaven and The Bewitching of Aveline Jones. These are both second books in a series where I’ve LOVED the first book, so couldn’t help requesting, even though I am trying really hard to limit myself.

Books sent by publishers:

I have been lucky enough to have been sent these books by publishers this month.

Books I’ve bought:

I have bought books this month, including a hardback copy of The Strangeworlds Travel Agency and my first adult book in a while, ThreadNeedle. I’m really hoping I can find time to read a few of my adult books over the summer.

How has your month been? Have you read any of these?

6 thoughts on “June Wrap-Up

    1. I couldn’t resist getting a signed copy in Waterstones! I loved The Once and Future Witches so, when I saw this was perfect for fans of Alix e Harrow, I had to get it. Magic and secret libraries … sounds perfect!

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  1. What a great month of reading you’ve had. It might not as many books but they all look amazing. I want to read Threadneedle too at some point over the Summer.

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    1. Thank you. You’re right – I’ve enjoyed all the books I’ve read so I shouldn’t get hung up on the number of books. I’m going to hope for a warm day over the summer when I can sit out on the patio and read Threadneedle. Hope you get to it over the summer too.


    1. I’m going over to Ireland in August too to visit my family. I haven’t seen them in so long, so am really excited to get to catch up. I hope you enjoy your visit, and find lots to buy!


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