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THE JUNE MONTHLY RECAP ft a very large number of books

Did you click the title to see how many books I read?? Probably. Am I going to tell you just this second. No.

June was a great month. The most notable event being that I finished my GCSE exams which means NO MORE STUDYING UNTIL SEPTEMBER. That’s it. That’s my June in a nutshell. But I’m a rambler, so why share in a nutshell when you can write a perfectly long post instead?? I’ve really missed writing these recaps, so without further ado, let’s get into the recap!

So the bragging about how many books I read this month in the title and excerpt was sarcasm. Very much so. I’ve been in a reading slump this past year or two and have only just got out of it (as of the middle ish of June) so I’ve read TWO BOOKS. An achievement for me this year in all honesty. That brings my total of books I’ve read this year up to a grand…


* edit: since then I realised that in May I actually read three other books (all of the Jenny Han To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before series) and somehow forgot?? So actually drumroll… that was SIX books at time of writing.


The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern ★★★★☆ I will probably have a full review of this to come but I loved this?? Although I admit initially the different plotlines within the novel did confuse me (hence why I removed a star), once I read this as a flow (it’s not a book you can read, then leave for a week and come back to) IT WAS AMAZING. The world-building was incredible, as was the character development and the whole premise of it was just amazing. I really loved it – and I think if I hadn’t started it whilst partially in a reading slump this would have been five stars for sure.

Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson ★★★★★ This was a reread and was just as good as the first time! I first read it actually several years ago now and didn’t hugely remember the plot details so it was a really refreshing read and felt like it was a first-time read. Such a cute, summery contemporary and I can’t wait to read Second Chance Summer and Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour from the author as I’m sure I’ll love them!!

• It feels so good to say that I am finally on my summer break – eleven weeks of freedom until I go back in September to start A-Levels??
2 years worth of content crammed into 2 weeks worth of exams that are now DONE and dusted. Now we wait until results day in August! • I was in a show which was so much fun I loved it??
• I don’t really have much detail to say about it other than it was such a fun night, I loved my dress, I loved my makeup, everyone looked so nice and it was just such a nice way to end the year??

READ. I would usually put a number on this, i.e. read x amount of books, but considering I’ve just got out of a reading slump, I don’t want to put any pressure on myself! I have an exciting few books lined up for me to read so I can’t wait – my next one being On the Come Up by Angie Thomas which I AM SO EXCITED FOR.
Write 10 blog posts This is doable right?? Hopefully I can write more but I’m really enjoying blogging at the moment so I can’t wait to write some more posts!
Blog hop I’m usually quite good at this, especially with reading posts in my reader, but I definitely want to find some new blogs to read which I’m excited for!
Buy my stationary for 6th form Although I don’t go back until September I do want to buy my stationary early before Back to School season kicks in and prices go up loads haha, always love a bargain ;). I’m still undecided though because there could be more deals in August?? So we’ll see. I need all the binders though and cute notebooks and pens and highlighters – can’t wait!!


And that’s it for my recap! Hopefully next month will be a little longer because I’ll have more to write about now it’s summer, but for now…

What books did you read this month? Can you pick a favourite? What exciting life moments happened in June?

Let me know in the comments!


Published by A Literary Latte Blogger & Bookworm

10 thoughts on “THE JUNE MONTHLY RECAP ft a very large number of books

  1. My favorite book I read this month was Legendary by Stephanie Garber. I loved this book so much just thinking about it makes me smile. The only significant thing that happened this month was my trip up the Canada which I really loved. I had so much fun visiting and reading all the books!

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    1. Oh I’m so excited to get to it! Caraval is one of my favourite books so I’m really keen to read it – glad you enjoyed!
      Canada looks so lovely – would love to visit one day! Which part of the country did you go to?


  2. I’ve heard so much about GCSE exams – I’m so glad you’re finally done with them! 🙂 It’s a such a relief when exams are over. I usually read fantasy books, but Since You’ve Been Gone sounds like a great contemporary. And what show were you featured in? Can you share a video??

    My favorite book would probably be Wild Savage Stars, which is the sequel to Sweet Black Waves. I absolutely LOVE this series, and I can’t stop thinking about the plot even days after I’ve finished the book.


    1. Ahh me too – feels like such a huge weight off my shoulders!!
      I would love to share a video but it was a stage dance show so unfortunately I don’t have any!
      Ooh I haven’t heard of that series but am glad you enjoyed it! Will have to have a look at it 🙂

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  3. Hello ! 🙂
    It’s a good post ! ^^

    This month, I read “Harry Potter and the cursed child” (J.K. Rowling), “Il est grand temps de rallumer les étoiles” (a French book by Virginie Grimaldi) and another French book that the name is “14-14”.
    My favourite of all is “Harry Potter and the cursed child”. 😀
    And about exciting life moments in June, I was in Paris ! ♥


    It’s the first time I read your blog and I really like it ! ^^
    I’m a French girl, so if I make mistakes, sorry. ^^’

    Bye ! 😉

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    1. Thanks so much Amélie!!
      I hope you enjoyed the books you mentioned! I’ve only read Harry Potter and The Cursed Child and it was good, but not my favourite.
      Ooh I’d love to visit Paris – it looks lovely! Hope you had a good time & have a good July 🙂

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      1. You’re welcome ! 😊
        Yes ! ^^
        The others Harry Potter books are amazing ! Really. 😍
        Ah ah yes. 😊


  4. Ah I’m so glad you liked SYBG! Morgan Matson books are so great and she writes such fun YA contemporaries. Have you read The Unexpected Everything & Save the Date? They’re so great omg.

    And it’s so cool to see that you do GCSEs, and congratulations on finishing them! I just finished my IGCSEs (basically the international GCSEs) and I’m so glad they’re over! On to A Levels in August (in a new school welp). Which A Levels are you doing?

    Best of luck with your July goals! I hope you’re having a lovely July x

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    1. Right?! I’ve read The Unexpected Everything as well but that’s it – definitely need to read more. I’d actually never heard of Save The Date, not sure how haha, I thought Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour was her only other book oops.
      Ahh congrats to you too! It feels so good to have finished them, exams suck. Saying that though, I am kind of excited, but also very nervous to start A-Levels. I’m doing economics, business and geography – how about you? Good luck in your new school! I’m staying at mine for sixth form but I’m still slightly nervous because my my main friend group have all left which is annoying haha.
      Hope you have a good July! 🙂

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  5. Yes they do! A little worried about results day but I’ll do my best to accept that no matter what they are. I’m doing English Lit, History, Psychology and Drama (I’m such a humanities person omg). Thank you for your well wishes, Emme! Ahh that sucks, hopefully the start of Sixth Form will bring in new people & friends 😊 Happy reading!

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