Despite the little time I had to read in the past couple of months, I did manage to read five books in the last month and so I thought I would give you a little wrap up. I read none of the books to review them, because I just needed some relaxed reading time and so I am just going to give you the little bits and pieces I wrote on Goodreads when I finished the books.
Oh it really has been a while, but I am back! You may have noticed that I have completely remodelled my blog and the URL is to follow when my plan runs out and I can get a new one. That’s why everything says ‘Jentakular’, except for the URL. Anyway, let’s get to the point. Here is my – provisional – To Read for the month of June. I write provisional, because I cannot guarantee that I will really stick to this list. Life will be more relaxed, as I have a couple of months off before my next semester starts, but there are a lot of other things I have to deal with before that next semester. Either way, I am hoping to read more again, as I have hardly read at all in the past couple of months. So here we go:
1. Do you have a certain place at home for reading?
Usually that is my bed. I would love to have a big comfy armchair, but that’s going to have to wait. So for now I have my bed, and sometimes even my desk.
I am not sure “wrap up” is really the right word for this. Let’s talk about how bad I have been at reading this month and how I eventually realised that I have officially fallen into a reading slump.
All right, here is another wonderful Wednesday with a great topic. I have a couple of authors and books that I feel are underrated. However, this is my personal perception. So I am not always going by amount of Goodreads ratings or reviews, but by me absolutely missing these books in any discussions on BookTube or on Bookish Blogs. Also: This is basically an LGBT+ books recommendations list.
So, I thought I would answer a couple of questions about myself and how I write. I saw this tag floating around YouTube and decided to give it a try – I love answering questions…
This review contains spoilers, which will be pointed out as this: (Spoiler) so that you can skip them.
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult, LGBT+, Romance
4.5 stars on Goodreads