Books I Read in June {Vlog}

Good morning y’all! Even though there are several days left in June, I thought it would be fun to do a recap of all the books I’ve read in this month so far.

I really don’t feel like I read much this month, but that’s probably due to the fact that my reading was basically done in a couple of clustered, instead of steadily throughout the month. I’d be delighted to hear about the books y’all have been reading, or if you’ve ready any of the ones that I read this past month. šŸ™‚

4 thoughts on “Books I Read in June {Vlog}

  1. Sofia Marie says:

    I keep hearing people talking about “Unblemished.” Glad you liked it as well!

    I finished two books in June and started another two. I absolutely loved Stephanie Morrill’s “The Lost Girl of Astor Street” (My review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1884638490?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1). Have you read it? Nicole O’Dell’s “Making Waves” was also pretty good.

    I’m working on reading “Soul Virgins: Redefining Single Sexuality” by Doug Rosenau. I’m liking it so far. Also, absolutely loving Katherine Reay’s “Dear Mr. Knightley.” šŸ™‚

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    • Lydia Howe says:

      YAY! That’s my favorite book of Stephanie’s, I think. I hope to re-read it one of these days cause I had a lot going on when I read it the first time. Thanks for the link to your review. I’m pretty sure I’ve also read “Making Waves” but that was back before I reviewed all the books I read, so I’m not sure.
      The book by Doug Rosenau sounds like it would be a good book to read, I might have to check it out. And yes! “Dear Mr. Knightley” was one of the very first books I ever read for review. I’ve always wanted to go back and re-read it one of these days….

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        • Lydia Howe says:

          That’s cool! It would be fun to have sisters to read books and discuss them with. (I have sisters, but they don’t generally read the same books I do.)
          I’m not sure how long I’ve been reviewing books – around five years maybe. It wasn’t until last year that I got “serious” about it though.

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