I’m a couple of days late, but here we are.
June was a tricky month to me- I started out well and slowly worked my way into a reading slump because I overdid it with my jobs and managed to exhaust myself. Either way I got a decent amount of reading done, which is always nice. Here is what my reading month looked like for June. Click the titles to link to my reviews!
1. Cinderella’s Dress – Shonna Slayton (Netgalley Request)
2. Fangirl– Rainbow Rowell
3. Smart– Kim Slater
4. Eleanor and Park– Rainbow Rowell
5. Juliet, Naked– Nick Hornby
6. The Shadow of the Wind– Carlos Ruiz Safon
7. Tarnish– J.D Brink
8. Black Apples– Various Authors
9. We’ll Always Have Paris- Ray Bradbury (Review to come)
1. The Graveyard Book- Neil Gaiman
2. Can You Keep a Secret?– Sophie Kinsella
I’ve decided, after that little slump I entered mid-june, to take it easy on the netgalley books for a little bit. Ebooks tire me out somehow. I’ve had a shelf of physical books waiting for nearly a year to be read, so I’ve decided to hack away at that pile a little more this month. I still have 2 netgalley/email books I’ve promised to read in June, and I will- they will just be pushed to the back end of the month. I also have a fairy busy month ahead of me, with graduation from my masters degree, and my charity bike ride (justgiving page is here , fyi my goal is £200 and I’m at around £150, which is awesome but any donations you may want to give are appreciated, it’s to raise money for a children’s hospital in liverpool!) so I’m just going to take it a littl easier this month. So I’m not having a set TBR this month, as much. I’m just going to pick up whatever physical books I feel like at the time :3
Do you guys find TBRs tire you out somehow? or do you love creating lists to check off as you go?