June was busy. Like May. But the stark difference is my sense of accomplishment: I managed to post my thoughts on the books I neglected to talk about last month, in addition to the handful of books I read this month. Happy dance. Happier dance because of the books pictured below, I liked a lot of them, feel an overwhelming love for a select few, and hated nothing! And, again, the blog wasn’t completely comatose this month. YAY. Sasha is a happy goat.
So. Here they are, with the links leading to my thoughts.
- Eats, Shoots & Leaves, by Lynne Truss.
- How to Talk About Books You Haven’t Read, by Pierre Bayard.
- The Bride Stripped Bare, by Nikki Gemmell.
- The Housekeeper and the Professor, by Yoko Ogawa.
- Love Virtually, by Daniel Glattauer.
- It Happened One Season, novellas by Stephanie Laurens, Mary Balogh, Jacqui D’Alessandro, and Candice Hern.
- Mrs. Beeton’s Household Book, edited by Kay Fairfax.
- Fair Play, by Tove Jansson.
- Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions, by Edwin A. Abbott.
- The Complete Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault.
- My Reckless Surrender, by Anna Campbell.
- Tomorrow Pamplona, by Jan van Mersbergen.
- Monsieur Monde Vanishes, by Georges Simenon.
I am so excited for July. I mean, I know I’m going to be busy with real life [gahdamn you, real life!], but I’m psyched to show you all what I’ve been trying to read, haha. I guess, yes, I’m also psyched to start working on this clean-ish slate. I’ll start trying to spam your blogs with my chatter very soon, like them good ol’ days. Baby steps for now, though. [Thanks for sticking with me, you guys.]