June TBR!

I can hardly believe that it is June! 2020 has been the longest, shortest year ever – if that even makes sense, haha! The summer months are always some of my favorites. I love the warm weather, and there’s nothing better than reading outside in the sun with some iced tea! So, as I’m sure you can guess, I am very excited for June’s TBR. All of these are books I definitely want to read this month, although I’d be pretty happy if I was able to squeeze in a few extra. We shall see! 😉

Without further ado, here’s my June TBR!

The Westing Game

I’ve heard really good things about this book! It’s been on my TBR for a couple years now. Recently, I bought a copy from the Book Outlet, so I am so happy to finally be able to read this one. It’s pretty short, so I’m looking forward to getting through this one quickly!

Live

I’ve been following Sadie Robertson on Instagram for a while now; she’s so much fun! I’ve heard really amazing things about all of her books, but especially Live. I’m super excited to dive into this book!

The Blue Castle

LM Montgomery is one of my favorite authors. I’ve had so many people recommend this book to me. I have very high hopes for it and am really looking forward to reading this one!

I Wanna Be Where You Are

This book has ballet, road trips, romance – pretty much everything I look for in an ideal summer read! I am very eager to start this one!

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Like many other people, I was super pumped to find out Suzanne Collins was writing a Hunger Games prequel. I admit, I’ve heard mixed things about this one. It seems like people are either loving it or finding it to be just the okayest book ever, lol. That being said, I’m still super excited about this one. I can’t wait to read it this month and see what I think of it!


That wraps up my June TBR! Let me know what you plan on reading this month.

Thanks for reading!


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6 Comments on “June TBR!

  1. I’ve have wanted to read The Blue Castle for a while now, but I can’t find it anywhere locally – hope you enjoy it (and the rest of your books this month)!

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