In non-book news, this month was a lot of fun. Tons of outdoor time with my boys, a trip to Pennsylvania to visit my extended family, strawberry picking, Tater Tot turned 6 months old (WHAT?), and we even did a day trip to the beach. Kind of. Because growing up in New England, I'm rather a beach snob and find myself unable to really call the sand along Lake Ontario a "beach". HA.
|Our little crew picking "straw bee-dees" (according to Small Fry) last weekend|
Anyways, even though it was a light month, let's recap book activities in June...
In June I read/reviewed 4 books:
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
Fallout by Ellen Hopkins
The Hollow Ground by Natalie S. Harnett
The 3-Day Reset by Pooja Mottl
We also discussed the relative merits of book shaming, which got some pretty interesting comments. Thanks for chatting with me, friends!
This month, I'm looking forward to finishing GWTW, and then moving into some suspenseful summer reads (namely Save Yourself by Kelly Braffett...tempting me currently from my nightstand!). Also, this is the halfway point of the year, and I'm looking rather despairingly at my 2014 TBR Challenge. Yeah, not going well again! Guess I better get on that...
What's on your summer reading list??