This is the best way to spend a winter in quarantine!
It’s the end of June and as usual, it’s time for another TBR.
Unlike usual, this time I will be making this reading list for the next two months due to the huge unpredictability of my workload for June and August.
Good News Update! I started work on Monday which, after some setbacks, was the most amazing work-related news I had received all year. It’s been all from home at this time, which is super hard to get used to and a little distracting. But at least I can practice my guitar in my lunch breaks, and take my Instagram photos in the nice midday light.
I’m so excited to get more into work and actually knock some books off of my TBR! If you wish to hear more about my TBR and some more general ramblings, I’ve attached my latest YouTube video to the bottom of this video x
I chose these books in no particular order and for no particular reason at all.
At the start of this month I literally just pulled various books off of my shelf that I hadn’t read, placed them on my bedside table for ‘aesthetic purposes’ and these just became my winter reading list.
Here is a nice little list of all the books pictured above ☺️
The Quiet At The End Of The World by Lauren James – I was recommended this novel by Sarah (from The YA Room) last year for the Rainbow Readathon for Pride Month!
Radio Silence by Alice Oseman – I’m slowly making my way through all of Alice’s novels and currently I only read all of them except this one (and Loveless but that wasn’t been released yet).
Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer – I was kindly sent this by Bloomsbury and have heard that Brigid’s contemporaries are really lovely. I enjoyed her fantasy novel A Curse So Dark and Lonely and I’m keen to dive into something different from her.
The Wicker Light by Mary Watson – Honestly, I think it’s about time I read the sequel to one of the most confusing books I’d ever read; The Wren Hunt.
The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert – I was sent this by my wonderful penpal Sara @scientificstars for our book exchange and I am FINALLY getting to reading it. Also, she annotated it!
Zenith by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings – I started reading this a couple of months ago, got bored and paused it to read another book. I really want to finish it because DNFing books aren’t really my thing…
Want To Watch A Video?
I posted a super fun video to my channel, Jasper and Spice, gushing and chatting about all the books I want to read in the next couple of months!
Thank you so much for checking out this post!
Making TBRs is so much fun because I can imagine that I’m going to read six books and get closer to success in my Goodreads reading challenge, but instead, I’m reading Drarry fanfiction on my phone while thinking that I should be reading the novel at the top of my TBR not some cute fluffy fanfic!!!!!!!!
I love you all xxx
What books are you reading next month?
See you back here on Monday’s (book reviews), Wednesday’s (storytime/ writing updates) and Saturday’s (other bookish content).