June 2020 TBR

Welcome back Kittens! I’m going to be testing out a few new posts on the blog, including a new monthly TBR feature near the beginning of each month. It’s just a bit of fun and a way to help me organize my reading…and hopefully remain realistic about what I can accomplish.

June’s TBR title’s currently include (Links are to the title’s Goodreads page):

Haze by Rebecca Crunden

Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin (already in progress)

Home Before Dark by Riley Sager– I got an e-galley of this one, but it is also going to be a Book of the Month selection and I’ll probably pick up the physical copy that way.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides– I feel like I’m one of the few thriller lovers who hasn’t read this book yet and I was able to get a copy from a nearby library.

The Shadows by Alex North (e-galley)

Distress Signals by Catherine Ryan Howard

Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi

Knight of the Silver Circle by Duncan Hamilton– I really enjoyed the first book in this series, Dragonslayer. You can find my review here.

The Legacy by Yrsa Sigurdardottir

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas– This is another series that many people read that I just never got to.

Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron (e-galley)

Furyborn by Claire Legrand (currently in progress and reading as part of a read-a-long from the publisher on Instagram)

Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon (part of @livreadsalatte’s read-a-along)

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames (part of a read-a-long for the Shelf Space book club on Instagram run by @jessiemaebooks)

Total books: 14

I added a few shelves to my Goodreads bookshelf this month to help keep things straight. Thanks to the quarantine I now have shelves for: “blame-booktube”, “netgalley”, “botm”(Book of the Month), and “dcb recs”. That last shelf is recommendations from one of my best Librarian friends who has also been reading a ton during quarantine. Every time we talk lately, she recommends 3-5 books for me and I needed a way to keep it all straight. Her tastes tend a little more towards contemporary romance, but sometimes that is exactly what I need.

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