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!
I read 15 books throughout June. I enjoyed them all, some of them more than others but it has been an excellent reading month! I wrote a post a couple of days ago that goes into detail, with mini reviews, about what I read in June. Be sure to check that out. Here is the shortened version of what I read in June!
- Tokyo Dreaming by Emiko Jean – ★★★★
- If You Still Recognise Me by Cynthia So – ★★★★
- An Arrow to the Moon by Emily X. R. Pan – ★★★
- Scenes of a Graphic Nature by Caroline O’Donoghue – ★★★★
- Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton – ★★★★
- One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid – ★★★★★
- Ellie Pillai is Brown by Christine Pillainayagam – ★★★★
- Her Dark Wings by Melinda Salisbury – ★★★★
- The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han – ★★★★
- Book Lovers by Emily Henry – ★★★★★
- Something Wilder by Christina Lauren – ★★★★★
- Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon – ★★★★
- Confessions of an Alleged Good Girl by Joya Goffney – ★★★★
- Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid – ★★★★★
- My Nonidentical Twin by Evie Meg – ★★★★
June has been another month full of blogging. I had so many of my posts written and scheduled before the month even started which was incredible. I’m proud of myself for keeping my blog going whilst I was on holiday. So, I wanted to share the 5 posts that I enjoyed writing the most throughout June. Here are my top 5 posts from June!
- Currently I’m…
- What’s On My Netgalley TBR?
- If You Still Recognise Me – Cynthia So
- Books with Endometriosis Representation
- Mid-Year Book Freak Out! – 2022
The month started with me visiting some family before I went away on my holiday. It was lovely to see my family before going away especially my Grandma who hasn’t been too well recently but is on the mend now.
Then, me and David went off to Lanzarote. I’m terrified of flying but the flight was so worth it to get to one of my favourite places on earth. Whilst we were in Lanzarote we eat delicious food, read loads of books and went on a lot of walks. Also, whilst we were there David proposed to me on our 7th anniversary and it was such a special moment. I cannot think of a better place to get engaged.
The holiday was well needed and I really didn’t want to leave. Lanzarote will always have a special place in my heart and I cannot wait to be back there next year.
When we got back from Lanzarote, we got back into our routines but continued to relax for the rest of the month. It has been such a lovely month full of well needed relaxation and good times. I cannot wait to see what July brings!
That is it, June is over. I cannot wait to see what July holds. What has June been like for you and what have you read? Let me know in the comments below!