Goodbye June, You Were Fab!

  1. Our Love Could Light the World by Anne Leigh Parrish
  2. Girlchild by Tupelo Hassman
  3. A Complicated Marriage by Janice Van Horne
  4. Leave of Absence by Tanya J. Peterson
  5. Under the Dome by Stephen King
  6. Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger
  7. The Rest of Us by Jessica Lott
  8. The Third Son by Julie Wu
  9. Golden Boy by Abigail Tarttelin
  10. The Firebird by Susanna Kearsley
  11. Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
  12. A Masque of Infamy by Kelly Dessaint
  13. The Violet Hour by Katherine Hill
  14. The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown
  15. The Sweetest Hallelujah by Elaine Hussey
15 books, not too shabby.
I only read 2 nonfiction books in June. That makes me a bit sad and I hope to improve that number in July. 
Even though I didn’t like Crusoe I’m glad to have gotten one classic under my belt this month.
June was full of bookish events. I met an author, I guest posted, my blog was featured on Book Bloggers International, and I celebrated my 1 year blogversary!
Can you believe that 2013 is half over?!? It’s time to whip up a Hall of Fame post for the 1st half of the year. That will be coming your way shortly, stay tuned!
How was June for you? 

64 thoughts on “Goodbye June, You Were Fab!

  1. Wow you've done great.I will never be able to read so many books in a month. Congrats again on your bloggie birthday and let's see you read 30 books in July 😉

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  2. Happy belated bloggiversary! It's only been a year for you? I thought you had been around for longer than that. Awesome and here's to many more years of fab posts 🙂

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  3. I made a promise to myself last year that I would read at least one classic a month .. this year, I haven't been so fabulous with doing so … I think I'll have to work on that! Fabulous reading month for you! Fifteen books including the TOME \”Under the Dome\”? (which I bought and read as soon it came out – I loves some Stephen King)

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  4. Belonging to the Classics Club really helps. I have that GIANT LIST as a reminder to read those classics :)I really liked Under the Dome. I'm watching the new series as well. It's radically different from the book but it's still enjoyable.

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