Is it really July already? It’s crazy how fast this year is going, isn’t it? Maybe it’s just me. June turned out to be somewhat of a neglectful month for blogging. I knew reading and posting would slow down with spring activities and planting, and I think July may be similar. We’ve been busy with the kids and trying to squeeze in our summer activities. Once the Fourth of July hits, it seems like the rest of the summer just flies by: before you know it, the new school year begins, and we’re in fall. I’m actually looking forward to the cooler months. Fall and winter are my favorite seasons for reading, so I hope to be more active here in the coming months.
For June I managed to post nine book reviews. The nice thing is that four of these are for the 2021 Retelling Reading challenge. Three were ARCs. I’m actually caught up with the challenge and NetGalley and Edelweiss for now, with a few coming up for September.
For the Wolf by Hannah Whitten
Stardust by Neil Gaiman
Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik
Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner
The Indian in the Cupboard Lynne Reid Banks
Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Love in the Wild by Emma Castle
Live your Life by Amanda and Anna Kloots
Lost in the Neverwoods by Aiden ThomasContinue reading “June Wrap-up 2021: #BookReviews #Books #Music”