June TBR 2016
June is coming! I saw a weather report the other day that said June should be cooler than usual for my neck of the woods. This is good news. I hate summer because of the heat. I don't do well with heat. I need to move somewhere that has more winter and less summer. But enough whining. Let's talk about my reading plans for June.
June promises to be a very busy month this year. It's my first summer in my new job with lots of new responsibilities for summer. That being said, I probably won't scale back my TBR for the month because I am physically incapable of tailoring my reading goals to the reality of my life. #readerproblems
So here we go:
Where'd You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple - This is the book club choice for this month. I've read it before, so I should be able to fly through this one pretty quickly.
Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin - Yes this one is making a comeback. I still have it. I need to get it done and out the door.
Hold Tight Don't Let Go by Laura Rose Wagner - This is another Sequoyah reading list book I need to get through. It's been hanging around my house for too long.
Boo by Neil Smith - This is one of the ten books I had on my resolutions list to read this year.
The Distant Hours by Kate Morton - This is become a staple on my TBR lists. Sigh.
An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde - I have to read a play for my BookRiot Challenge. I like this one.
Small Victories by Anne Lamott - This is my second BookRiot Challenge book for this month. It's a book of essays.
Worlds of Ink and Shadow by Lena Coakley - I can't wait to get into this! A Bronte novel. Excite!!!
The Dark Days Club by Alison Goodman - Similar to Worlds of Ink and Shadow, this is a creepy Victorian book. Excited!
Nine books.. Hmmm. I was trying to keep this month's TBR on the short side because of work overload. And who knows how many awesome library books will come in. Oh well. Story of my life. We'll see how it goes.