✨June Wrap✨ Hi, I really don’t know how this happened 😬🕺🏻

✨June Wrap✨ Hi, I really don’t know how this happened 😬🕺🏻

6/30/2021, 9:27:15 AM
✨June Wrap✨ Hi, I really don’t know how this happened 😬🕺🏻 There basically hasn’t been a moment this month I haven’t had my head in a book. I haven’t wanted to be alone with my thoughts and here we are 17 books later. I couldn’t care less how many books people read, for me this signifies my mental health isn’t great. The last time I read close to this much in a month was June 2019 and guess where I was… yep a psychiatric hospital. I hope you see this pile as inspiration for all the amazing books I will recommend to you when I get around to writing my reviews and not something of comparison to make you feel bad ✨ Highlights include Witness (full review to come), Wordslut, and Convenience Store Woman (both reviews are up). And lowlights include Who Gets to be Smart, let’s not talk of it again shall we, and also The Maidens. It was going to be a tough second novel, and it wasn’t ‘bad’ it just didn’t blow me away. I read a lot of non fiction this month, 9 of them in fact. I know non fic gets a bit of a bad wrap, but I genuinely do love filling my brain with facts and other peoples stories. I guess that’s part of why I’ve ended up in psych I’ve also read what I wanted, I’m a mood reader and I’ve gone back to my moody roots and now you’ll catch me reading five books at once. It’s who I was as a kid and I honestly don’t know why I have been forcing myself the last year or so to only read one book at once. Live and learn. It meant sometimes I was a bad buddy reader, sorry Brodie, but it also meant that I’ve powered through a lot of my tbr. Which somehow is still 190 books long. Ah well. Anyway, happy July friends! [ID: a stack of 17 books that I read this month. They’re sitting on a black tv cabinet, in front of a tv, and a plant . There’s colour coded arrows and subsequent star ratings drawn on]

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