TBR Tuesday: June TBR

TBR Tuesday

TBRs have actually been working alright for me for the last couple of months but for some reason this month I am just not feeling it. Instead of setting a concrete list for June, here are a few that I have my eyes on. At the bottom I will break down some of the books I will probably make priorities for the month.

 

Left over from May TBR:

Rayne & Delilah’s Midnight Matinee – Jeff Zentner

Maybe In Another Life – Taylor Jenkins Reid

Normal People – Sally Rooney

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Bookmarked Book Discussion for June:

I Was Born for This – Alice Oseman

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Other Book Club/Read-a-longs:

Stalking Jack the Ripper – Kerri Maniscalco

(#Stalkalong with Destiny from Howling Libraries)

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“New” Releases:

These Witches Don’t Burn – Isabel Sterling

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Book Expo Hauled:

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Library Haul:

Red White and Royal Blue – Casey McQuiston

Something New – Lucy Knisley

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Priorities:

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Since I have been slumpy lately, I am hoping a slew of contemporaries will help get at least some reading done this month. Maybe in Another Life and Red White and Royal Blue are both library books that I should return anyway so they come first.

More to the story I just got at Book Expo and didn’t even know about! It sounds super cute and it honestly isn’t that long so I can see getting to this one in June as well.

This will be my second time attempting Stalking Jack the Ripper. It is for a bookclub/read-a-long so I am hoping it goes better than the first time around..

 

What are you guys reading this month?

7 thoughts on “TBR Tuesday: June TBR

  1. Great post! I’m currently reading A Clash of Kings from the GoT series and hoping it won’t be the only book I read this month! These books just take so long 😟

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  2. I’m always impressed with people who can set a TBR and then actually work through it. Even when I have plans, I tend to be too spontaneous in my reading to stick to them. I mean, I just finished rereading ‘Good Omens’ because I wanted to before I tried the Amazon show. So that type of plan works. But other than that, I can’t plan past the book I’m on :). As to what I’m reading now, I’m reading a scholarly analysis of how comic books serve as models of inclusivity called ‘The New Mutants,’ a Doctor Who novel, and am debating between starting an Agatha Christie novel or rereading ‘Love In The Time Of Cholera’ because it’s been on my mind lately.

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    1. I know what you mean! I always set a list and then end up barely touching those books. It’s amazing the discipline some people have!

      That analysis sounds so interesting! I always love the content you post so I am sure that will spark something super cool. 🙂

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