June Reading Goals

June’s reading is going to be a little different, though I loved the structure of the alphabet challenge in May. But June is (maybe) my last summer month at home, so I’m having a clear-the-shelves sprint. (I’m traveling in July and part of August, and I have a lot of new books coming, so it’s best that I read off the shelf while I’m home, rather than travel with books I’ve owned for ages.) And no non-fiction/morning reading. Trying to get as much done on my diss this month as possible, and so I’m switching it up by hitting the work first thing, instead of after an hour or so of reading. (Maybe some poetry in the morning if this feels untenable.) All of these, except possibly Ahab’s Wife, are read-then-donate books, so this feels like an excellent chance to clear some space.

The list of 10:

  • The Vanishing Half, Brit Bennett (off the shelf, gift from C)
  • Marilla of Green Gables, Sarah McCoy (off the shelf, gift from C)
  • Victoria, Daisy Goodwin (off the shelf, gift from C) (& audio from library, 14 days)
  • Ahab’s Wife, or, The Star-Gazer, Sena Jeter Naslund (off the shelf, library booksale)
  • The Guineveres, Sarah Domet (off the shelf, gift from C) [read or discard]
  • We That Are Left, Clare Clark (off the shelf, gift from C) [read or discard]
  • Becoming Belle, Nuala O’Conner (off the shelf, gift from C) [read or discard]
  • Everything Here is Beautiful, Mira T. Lee (off the shelf, gift from C) [read or discard] (& audio from library, 21 days)
  • Three Martini Lunch, Suzanne Rindell (off the shelf, gift from C) [read or discard]
  • Edgar and Lucy, Victor Lodato (off the shelf, gift from C) [read or discard]

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