June 2016 TBR

JuneTBR

New month, new goals – at least in terms of reading. Once again, I am just throwing everything I can think of in the TBR but I am not going to be sad if I don’t make. I like having some pressure to get through my ever growing list of books though, so here’s what I came up with:

  • A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
    Third times the charm, so Cátia, Cristina and me are going to buddy read again. I think it will be good, because even though I am still blissfully unspoiled for the book, it seems there will be loads that needs talking about.
  • The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
    This one I will read with Cátia as well! I am excited. After that one, I will have read all of Matson’s books – such an accomplishment!
  • Video Rage by Rami Ungar
    It is the second book in the Reborn City series (you can read my first review here) and Rami was kind enough to send me a copy of the sequel, which is officially being released today – HAPPY BOOK BIRTHDAY! If you want to know more about the books and where to order them, just click here.
  • Gambit by C.L. Denault
    I’ve been meaning to read this for a while and then I saw that it’s still on NetGalley and I got approved – yipi! I already started it and really like it so far – the Scottish vibes are definitely fun.
  • You Before Anyone Else by Julie Cross/Mark Perini
    I need to catch up on some of my arcs, so I want to read it this month, but the review will probably go online in July. Does that make sense? I just want it to be closer to the actual release.
  • Children of Icarus by Caighlan Smith
    While I like the premise of the arc, the publisher doesn’t provide a kindle copy, so I have to read it on my laptop and am not happy about that at all.
  • Whatever book OwlCrate decides to send me
    That’s right! I FINALLY ORDERED A BOOK SUBSCRIPTION BOX! This month’s theme is Royalty (What book will it be? Maybe My Lady Jane? Maybe Queen of Hearts? The excitement is real!). It’s been announced that there will be a Funko mystery mini as well as original magnetic bookmarks by craftedvan. It’s not too late to order a box and I would love it if you used my referral link if you do want one by clicking here. Also, I got 10% off by using the code NEWMEMBER, so make sure to try that before check out!

A Court of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #2)   The Unexpected Everything   Video Rage: A Novel   Gambit   You Before Anyone Else   Children of Icarus

As always, click on the covers to get redirected to Goodreads for more information! What are you going to read this month? I seem to be sticking to a mix between Contemporary and Fantasy/Dystopian and am really happy with that. 

31 thoughts on “June 2016 TBR

  1. Good luck with your TBR! 😀
    I can’t wait to read A Court of Mist and Fury and The Unexpected Everything. I cancelled by OwlCrate subscription, but I decided to get it again for June because I really liked the theme and item hints. Everyone seems to think it’s going to be My Lady Jane.

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    • hahaha it seems like a good box to get back to and My Lady Jane would be the obvious choice for the theme somehow. I am not sure though, but it seems hype and is being released this month :/
      I am so excited that they’ll work with Funko more often in the future now though. I love all things funko!

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  2. Looks like it’s going to be a fab reading month for you, Kat! And, oh my gosh, I’ve once (or was it twice?) reviewed electronic ARCs that couldn’t be read on my ereader as well. You’re right, reading on the laptop is so off-putting. 😔 I hope it doesn’t affect your reading experience too much though. Happy reading! ☺️

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  3. I am currently reading Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin. I am hoping to finish it before my baby is born in a few weeks because I think I might be taking a bit of a reading hiatus soon.

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    • Oh yes, you will need your strength for other things. I can’t believe the baby will be there soon. I wish you and your family all the best, as I am sure the time after the birth will be special but exhausting!

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