It’s so hot. I know that you’re probably sick of hearing people complain about summer being hot, but it’s so hot. And there’s no air conditioning in my house.
June was the first month of summer semester at my grad school. I feel like it went pretty well, but I haven’t gotten any of my assignments back yet. I might change my mind when I find out how much stuff I need to redo. Other than schoolwork, I didn’t really do anything last month. I didn’t even take any pictures, so I have nothing interesting to show you.
I only managed to read 8 books. I was hoping for more, but one of those books was challenging and another was almost 900 pages, so those two slowed me down.
Books Read In June
Here are the books I read in June. I don’t have reviews up for some of them yet.
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe – Benjamin Alire Sáenz
The Wind through the Keyhole – Stephen King
Best Books of June
Here are my top three favorite books from the month:
Most Popular Reviews
Here are June’s most-viewed reviews:
Most Popular Posts
The most-viewed non-review posts on the blog last month:
Coming In July
Book hauls! So many book hauls. I acquired tons of books in June, and I need to show them to you. I’m also working on a few discussion posts and a series wrap-up review of Stephen King’s entire Dark Tower saga.
I’m trying to get better at handling comments on the blog. I love your comments, but I have a hard time replying to them because I’m so busy. Comments tend to get neglected, and then I feel like a terrible person. If you leave a comment on my blog in July, I’m going to try really hard to leave a comment on your blog.
Tentative July TBR
Here’s what I hope to read/review this month. Let me know if any of these are worth reading.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – Jesse Andrews
If You Find Me – Emily Murdoch
Notable American Women – Ben Marcus
Stone Mattress – Margaret Atwood
Severance – Robert Olen Butler
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks – E. Lockhart
Wild – Cheryl Strayed
All The Things
All The Things = 42 books.
I’m currently reading = Notable American Women by Ben Marcus.