What Are You Reading in June?

It’s a new season! Have you changed your reading habits to suit the demands of warmer weather, or do those habits stay steady year-round?

I’ve been so wrapped up in creative projects, that my reading has, by my standards, practically slowed to a trickle.

Since 1st June, I’ve finished:

  • The Fauves (Art of Century Collection) by Nathalia Brodskaia

I’m in the midst of reading:

  • Thinking About it Only Makes it Worse: And Other Lessons from Modern Life by David Mitchell
  • Ilya Repin by Grigori Sternin and Jelena Kirillina

To be finished by 30th June:

  • Irrepressible: The Jazz Age Life of Henrietta Bingham by Emily Bingham

What is your favourite book this month?

Which book on your list do you most look forward to reading?

Please share with me in the comments.

Happy reading!

11 thoughts on “What Are You Reading in June?

  1. Since I’m still heavily consumed by my own thesis, I’m fighting for my cherished fiction reading time. King Suckerman by George Pelecanos, The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allande, Tar Baby by Toni Morrison, and Dead Above Ground by Jervey Tervalon are on my immediate TBR fiction list right now and I can’t wait. Thanks for asking… very motivating! 🙂 Are you on Goodreads?


  2. I just picked up a Charlotte Armstrong double mystery novel in the 2nd hand bookstore: Unsuspected + Incident at a Corner. (It’s one of those paperbacks with two front covers and one of the books is printed upside down – you know the type.) I started reading Unsuspected and happily realized I’d already seen the movie starring the fab Claude Rains.

    Our book club is going to discuss All The Light We Cannot See in a few weeks. Looking forward to it!


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