All the books I want to read in June |Monthly TBR & Reading Challenges Recap

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog! How are you all? I hope you’re fine.

Today I am back with a monthly TBR and of course with a recap of my reading challenges!

And now without further ado, let’s start with a quick recap of what I accomplished last month (challenge-wise). My May TBR can be found here and the Wrap-up can be found here.

Legend:

Read

not read

Currently reading

Moody May: 3/5 finished – failed ❌

Die Heilerin

The Witch’s Kiss

Mitosis

Enchantée

I finished Enchantée yesterday.

A Discovery of Witches


Epic Reads: Monthly Challenge – 0/1 book read

Nineteen Eighty Four


Diversify your Reading Challenge – 1/1 read – success ✅

Steve Jobs


Beat the Backlist Challenge – 0/1 finished

Thunderhead

I haven’t read Thunderhead but I will!! Someday! I have however read a few backlist books this month.

Meaning that Beat the Backlist is ✅


Popsugar 2019 Reading Challenge – failed 0/1 read – ❌

Thunderhead


Hodderscape Reading Challenge – 0/1 read – failed ❌

The Hero and the Crown


ARCs & review copies – 1/6 finished – 1/6 currently reading & 3/6 not read

The Exercise of Vital Powers

The Spec Set

The Shadowverse

When Stars come out

Good Girls Stay Quiet

The Sin Collector


As you can see I failed some challenges again. Will I do better this month? I hope because I’m honestly so bad at these things. 😅

And now let’s move on to the actual TBR! I am participating in the Ironthrone readalong and the A Game of Booksathon you can find my TBR for these here and here.

Jazzy June – Devour your TBR (Goodreads group by Kathy & Destiny) – Link to the group

As this is meant to be a month where we should re-read books that we absolutely loved. As I’m having my finals in June I will only list one book that I’m re-reading for sure this month.

#1 – Die Herren von Winterfell – George R.R. Martin (first book in the Game of Thrones series)


Epic Reads 2019 Reading Challenge

#1 – Read a book that has a LGBTQIAP+ protagonist front and center (monthly prompt)Found in Night – Ben Alderson


Diversify your Reading Challenge 2019 by Kelly Mongan

#1 – June prompt is Middle Grade & Children’sThe Magician’s Nephew – C.S. Lewis


Beat the Backlist 2019

#1 – ThunderheadArc of a Scythe #2 – Neal Shusterman

This will stay on this freaking list until it’s read


Popsugar 2019 Reading Challenge

#1 – A book you meant to read in 2018Thunderhead

Same here


Hodderscape 2019 Reading Challenge

#1 – A work of sci-fi by a female or non-binary authorZoo City – Lauren Beukes


ARCs and review copies (these books were sent to me in exchange for an honest review!!!)

#1 – When stars come outWhen stars come out #1 – Scarlett St.Clair

#2 – The Shadowverse – John-Clement Gallo

I’m still reading this one and I want to finish it this month

#3 – Good Girls Stay Quiet – Jo Cassidy

I won’t be able to read all of them due to my finals but I will try to finish The Shadowverse by John-Clement Gallo.

And that was everything for this post. What do you plan on reading this month? Please let me know in the comments below!


ARCs & review copies were sent to me by the publisher, author in exchange for an honest review!

6 thoughts on “All the books I want to read in June |Monthly TBR & Reading Challenges Recap

  1. I am planning to read With the Fire on High and Christina Lauren The Unhoneymooners so far! I am so excited for this month! Good luck with your finals! And don’t worry I am horrific at reading challenges as well!

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    1. I’ve written them down in a notebook and every time I read a book I mark it down in the notebook. Otherwise I would be totally lost. I’m still failing half of the challenges because I always read other books 😅
      I honestly hope that I will finally read it this month. I loved Scythe but I don’t know why I still haven’t read the sequel.

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      1. Keeping it all in a notebook is a good idea! I always seen fun-looking challenges, but am too disorganised and too much of a mood reader to join in – that’s one of the reasons why I’m joining Year of the Asian Reading Challenge – I want to read more diversely and I have a year to actually do it! lol I preferred Scythe to Thunderhead, but I think that’s because Thunderhead is obviously setting up a lot for the next book. Hope you like it!

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