It’s June! By the end of this month I should have read 26 books in order to be on target to hit 52 in the year… as I have already finished 37, I think I’m going to be okay!
I am so glad to be out of the reading slump I hit in April and back on the ball. June involves aeroplane travel and a sunny holiday (with a wedding in the middle!) so I am hoping I will get plenty of reading done overall. It’s my birthday too, so maybe there’ll even be a new book on the horizon!
On to my TBR for June 2017:
(Books that count toward my BBC17 will be highlighted in PURPLE and will be fully reviewed later in the month as part of the challenge and the Book Club books will be highlighted in GREEN and will feature in my Book Club review posts after our meetings.)
The Last Wild by Piers Torday – I got given this as part of a book swap months and months ago. I love the cover and am really looking forward to it.
Kook by Chris Vick – A YALC2016 book that I haven’t yet managed to read. This is going to change – surf boards and romance sounds like a perfect June read to me.
Nineteen Eighty-Four – Last month’s Smut Club book. I am 2/3 through it and aim to finish before our meeting on Sunday!
The Impossible Knife Of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson – This is one I have borrowed off Liberty. I know nothing about it other than she thought it was good.
Animal Farm by George Orwell – Because apparently I will like this one more than 1984.
100 Things You Will Never Find by Daniel Smith – Unusually for me, this is a non-fiction book. 100 short sections on things you will never find either because they are mythical, destroyed or just plain lost!
The Big Little Wedding In Carlton Square by Lilly Bartlett – Summer romance on my Kindle, sounds perfect for summer holiday to my best friend’s wedding!
The Unforgettables by G.L. Tomas – Another Kindle read, mostly added as a just in case I finish the book club book & Carlton Square whilst I’m away and can’t get to my paperbacks!
Mama’s Boy and Other Dark Tales by Fran Friel – Our first short story collection book with Smut Club on a horror theme. Could be fun!