June was a busy month for me as far as reading. I made a lot of time this month to really get into a nice variety of books.
Reviews on books already published are up on my blog already. Reviews on books not yet released will of course be up exactly one month prior to their respective release dates. Speaking of which, ERD=Expected Release Date, so you will be seeing that acronym used for those books with their dates.
Also ARE=Advanced Reader E-copy of a book. So, these were books that I was approved for to read for review from the publishers and sent an E-copy version on my kindle.
“Hook’s Tale” by: John Leonard Meier (ERD: July 18, 2017)
“Girls made of Snow and Glass” by: Mellisa Bashardaust (ERD: September 5, 2017)
“The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding” by: Alexandra Bracken (ERD: September 5, 2017)
“13 Minutes” by: Sarah Pinborough (ERD: October 3, 2017)
Most Highly Anticipated Read: “Bonfire” by Krysten Ritter (ERD: November 9, 2017)
Sunshine Rising Book Challenge:
Book Recommended by a Friend: “Subterannean” by: James Rollins
Summer Reading TBRs 8 out of 15(!):
“Snow White” by: The Brothers Grimm Artwork by: Camille Rose Garcia
“Cinderella” by: Charles Perrault Artwork by: Camille Rose Garcia
“Alice in Wonderland” by: Lewis Carroll Artwork by: Camille Rose Garcia
“Just For Fins” by: Tera Lynn Childs
“Fins Are Forever” by: Tera Lynn Childs
“Forgive My Fins” by: Tera Lynn Childs
“The Graveyard Book” by: Neil Gaiman
“Lair of Dreams” by: Libba Bray
Finally, my last one on here for my June reads is my own self-published novel for my ten year book birthday:
“Unlikely Hero” by: Ashley Nicole Cook-Nelson
NOTE: I will be posting my June Wrap-Up video on my You-tube channel this Wednesday (July 5th), so be sure to check it out if you would like to hear a little bit more about my thoughts on my reads this month.
Also, as you all know if you follow my You-Tube channel, I did go through and create an audiobook version of my own novel. I hope you all enjoyed it. I had a lot of fun creating it for you guys!
Until next month-
Remember reading can brighten up any day!