It was a quieter reading month in June than I’ve been having lately.
I continued reading some romance.
I also got into reading some historical mysteries.
The rest of the books
That’s 16 books.
The books I read were:
- 1 audiobook
- 0 nonfiction
- Set in the U.S. and England and the Dominican Republic
Reading All Around the World challenge from Howling Frog Books
- Read a nonfiction book about the country – or
- Read fiction written by a native of the country or someone living for a long time in the country.
I actually did manage to add the Dominican Republic to my list!
I can’t wait to read Clap When You Land. Congrats on 16 books.
Clap When You Land is the book I’m going to buy when I get brave enough to shop inside my local indie store. I loved The Poet X and know this author won’t disappoint. I can tell you enjoy Lisa Kleypas’ books–I haven’t read any of these yet. Sixteen books is a wow month!
I just saw someone recommend Clap When You Land yesterday, and now I’ve been seeing it everywhere! I think it’s about time I picked it up.
16 books is amazing! And I can’t wait to pick up Clap When You Land. <3
What did you think of Clap When You Land? I’ve had my eye on that one.
It wasn’t really the story that I thought it was going to be. It is more about grief than the story of 2 sisters finding each other.
I read Clap When You Land and really enjoyed it! Hope your July reading is enjoyable!!
Whooo you were on a Kleypas kick! (Which I thoroughly approve of, her books are always great). Have you always read historical romances or is this new? I also didn’t know that historical mysteries existed and I am HERE FOR IT. Have you read any of the Maisie Dobbs series? It’s definitely not cozy mystery, but it is a historical mystery so it may be up your alley as long as you’re cool with it not being a cozy one!
Congrats on reading 16 books. I hope you have a great July!