June is almost over and this month has absolutely flown by! I spent a lot of the month in Lanzarote and then the rest of the month relaxing and reading. Here is what happened in June!
Throughout June I have read a total of 15 books! I had an amazing 16 days away in Lanzarote this month which mean I got to read a lot more books than I normally would do. I do feel like I'm in a little bit of a reading slump now but still it has been an incredible reading month. So, I am back with another what I’ve read this month post. Here is a bunch of mini reviews for the books I read in June!
After 3 years of waiting, me and David finally got to go on holiday to Lanzarote again. We were booked to go in 2020 but the pandemic got in the way. So, I am so glad we finally got to go back to the place that we love. We were there for 16 days and had such an amazing time. I wanted to do a little holiday recap post so that I could look back on the memories in a few years from now. So, here is my trip to Lanzarote recap!
I am back with another 'currently I'm...' post. A while ago, I started doing these posts all because of how noisy I am. I love knowing what other people are currently reading, watching and listening to. Here are my currents for this month!
One of the books I saved to take on holiday with me was Book Lovers by Emily Henry. By the time this post goes live, I should have read the book and I imagine I'll have loved it. Before I read this book, I saw a few quotes from it and this one in particular is so beautiful. So, I wanted to do what I normally do with a book that I enjoy, which is pick a quote from it and get designing.
We are very nearly half-way through 2022. So, I wanted to do the mid-year book freak out tag! I've done this tag for a few years now and always love reading last years answers. So, here is the mid-year book freak out!
Last year, I was diagnosed with endometriosis. It took me nine long years to get diagnosed with this chronic illness. Since the age of 14 I've been struggling with endometriosis and finally getting that diagnosis felt like a huge weight off my shoulders. Ever since I've been looking for books that have endometriosis representation.
It is time for another post all about new books that are on the horizon. There are a lot of books coming out in July and I'm excited about a lot of them. I wanted to share some of the ones that I am most excited for. Here at the new book releases I'm excited for in July!
Elsie has a crush on Ada, the only person in the world who truly understands her. Unfortunately, they’ve never met in real life and Ada lives an ocean away. But Elsie has decided it’s now or never to tell Ada how she feels. That is, until her long-lost best friend Joan walks back into her life. In a summer of repairing broken connections and building surprising new ones, Elsie realises that she isn’t nearly as alone as she thought. But now she has a choice to make…
When Japanese-American Izumi Tanaka learned her father was the Crown Prince of Japan, she became a princess overnight. Now, she’s overcome conniving cousins, salacious press, and an imperial scandal to finally find a place she belongs. She has a perfect bodyguard turned boyfriend. Her stinky dog, Tamagotchi, is living with her in Tokyo. Her parents have even rekindled their college romance and are engaged. A royal wedding is on the horizon! Izumi’s life is a Tokyo dream come true. Only...