My Bookish Month of June 2019

Hi and welcome to my monthly bookish overview! It’s not been my best month in terms of reading, I’ve listened to only three audiobooks instead of the usual four, and the novels-I’ve-read list seems to be a bit shorter too, but of course there was Wanderers, a beast of a book that’s about the size of two regular-sized books, but worth every second I spent on it! In related news, I’ve now read and reviewed all my pending blog tour books, and I have only two NetGalley ARCs left (I had only the one but I couldn’t resist requesting Sheryl Browne’s latest this week, and I’ve been approved). I hope to keep this up for a while, so there’s more time to read my own books… But enough chitchat, take a look at what I’ve done this month, and some of what I’ll be posting next month:

What I read (full novels):

The Devouring Gray, Christine Lynn Herman
Wanderers, Chuck Wendig (review to follow on the tour) 
The Reunion, Guillaume Musso (review to follow on the tour) 
The Last House Guest, Megan Miranda
The Escape Room, Megan Goldin (review to follow on the tour) 
The Lies We Tell, Niki Mackay (review to follow on the tour) 
From Inside The House, W.D. Jackson-Smart (review to follow on the tour) 
Recursion, Blake Crouch (review to follow) 
After the Eclipse, Fran Dorricott
Chop Shop, Andrew Post
Honeymoon with Death, Vivian Conroy
Killer Impact (Tranquility Trilogy Book 3), Linden Chase
Killer Intent (Tranquility Trilogy Book 2), Linden Chase
The Honeymoon, Rona Halsall

What I read (novellas):

Bad Bastards, Paul Heatley (review to follow in the Indie Crime Crawl week) 
Cisco, James W. White (review to follow in the Indie Crime Crawl week) 

What I listened to:

Degrees of Guilt, HS Chandler (review to follow) 
Dead in Venice, Fiona Leitch (review to follow) 
Deep Blue Trouble (Lori Anderson 2), Steph Broadribb

What I read earlier but reviewed this month:

The Vanishing Season, Dot Hutchison
The Stillwater Girls, Minka Kent
Who’s That Girl (Soho Noir #2), T.S. Hunter 
After The End, Clare Mackintosh
Dreamland, Nick Clausen
The Desire Card, Lee Matthew Goldberg 
A Modern Family, Helga Flatland
Beyond Reasonable Doubt, Gary Bell

I also stacked the shelves with FairyLoot books and goodies, not once, but twice: I got the May and the June box. I had a Music Monday Q&A with David Ellis Overttun and I shared an extract from Dead Is Beautiful by Jo Perry. I put the Tranquility Trilogy by Linden Chase in the spotlights and I announced #Orentober. I also shared what books have taught me so far this year and I joined Meggy’s Positivity Wave.

As for my book of the month… Really tough decision, I’ve read some great stuff, but I keep coming back to these and I can’t seem to choose:

Hope you had a great month! Happy reading!

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