June ’19 Reading Recap

Alright, I’m starting this off by saying that June definitely wasn’t my best reading month of the year. I spent a lot of time this month working, and also doing other things that I like a lot. Art, video games, being lazy and watching Netflix without moving for several hours… I like to spend my time wisely, so forgive me for my June reading habits. Let’s try to make July a bit better, okay?

I’m at 47 books for the year, which is way below being on track for my goal of 200 – but when I set that goal, I also wasn’t working 4 jobs while running an Etsy, so I’ve decided if I need to lessen it later, that’s fine. We’ll see!

That all said, the stuff I did manage to read was all pretty exceptional. I gave everything 4 – 5 ✨, so it wasn’t a bad month of reading after all! πŸ˜‰




What I Read in June


🌈 In Darkness, Delight Vol. 1: Masters of Midnight edited by Andrew Lennon & Evans Light (✨✨✨✨)

🌈 Sadie by Courtney Summers (✨✨✨✨✨) 🎧

🌈 We Live Inside Your Eyes by Kealan Patrick Burke (✨✨✨✨✨)

🌈 The Mighty Thor Vol. 1: Thunder in Her Veins by Jason Aaron (✨✨✨✨)

🌈 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vol. 1: High School is Hell by Jordie Bellaire (✨✨✨✨✨)

🌈 Impossible James by Danger Slater (✨✨✨✨✨)

🌈 The Forgotten Island by David Sodergren (✨✨✨✨✨)

🌈 West Cork by Sam Bungey & Jennifer Forde (✨✨✨✨✨) 🎧



Overall, I read a lot of awesome things! The ones not pictured were on my iPad, and a couple were from Audible!

3 thoughts on “June ’19 Reading Recap

  1. Quality over quantity right πŸ˜‰
    I also absolutely loved Sadie!


  2. AHHH, so awesome that you loved everything you read last month! Quality reading is the best reading. I also don’t know how you work so much, you’re an inspiration. Happy reading this month, Cassie!

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