June TBR (aka I may have made a mistake)

It’s possible I got a little carried away on NetGalley this weekend, and I’ve now ended up with more books approved than I was expecting. Thankfully, some aren’t being published until August/September, so I can put them on the back burner for now. In the meantime, here is a slightly wide-eyed panicked list of what I will be reading next (all summaries are my own, based on the books’ blurbs):

Sorcery of Thorns – Margaret Rogerson (13th June 2019)

Elisabeth was raised as a foundling in one of Austermeer’s Great Libraries, which contains grimoires – tomes of great magic. All Elisabeth wants to do is one day become a warden and protect the kingdom, but she is implicated in an act of sabotage, she has to turn to her greatest enemy for help.

Our Stop – Laura Jane Williams (13th June 2019)

Nadia and Daniel catch the same train (mostly) every day – one day their eyes meet and Nadia reads a newspaper ad direted at her, starting a romance of near misses and the written word.

The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind – Jackson Ford (20th June 2019)

Teagan has telekenetic powers, which the government would love to make use of. She’s sent on secret missions, when all she would rather do is enjoy a beer and relax. But when she becomes the only suspect in a telekenetic murder, she has 24 hours to clear her name …

Almost Adults – Ali Pantony (24th June 2019)

Four milennial friends, with limited basic life skills, are just about managing to keep it together, but with major decisions to make, and situations to weather, life can get messy when you’re trying be a grown up.

I’m looking forward to getting through these four in the next couple of weeks – they are all quite different styles and genres, and will break each other up nicely (I can’t always read just fantasy non-stop, or romance non-stop so it will be good to mix and match).

I was feeling a little overwhelmed with all of these books coming up around the same time (although that may be because I have even more coming up in the next few months!) but it feels slightly more manageable now I’ve seen them set out like this.

It normally takes me a couple of days (5 or more if it’s a real struggle) to get through a book around my job, so I’m afraid I can’t promise to speed-read by way through these immediately, but now you’ve had a sneak peak at what’s coming up next!

What’s next on your TBR list? Are there any on here that you’re looking forward to? Let me know in the comments!


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