Better late than never, but here is my June TBR! Because this post is a couple of days later, the post that was supposed to come out today is being pushed. I’ve already read one novel in June, so this is a list of the rest that I plan to read.
· Where it All Lands by Jennie Wexler–ARC
· Sage and King by Molly Ringle–NetGalley ARC
· The Next Wife by Kaira Rouda–NetGalley ARC
· Anne of Green Gables: Manga L. M. Montgomery, Crystal S. Chan, Kuma Chan–NetGalley ARC
· Stars Above by Marissa Meyer
· The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black
· The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli
· Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard
· Dead By Dawn by Paul Doiron–ARC
· Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
After reading so much more last month I wanted to put together a slightly shorter list for this month. I’m excited about a lot of the books on this list, and I love that so many of them are ARCs or Advanced Reader’s Copies.
I plan to finish going through Save the Cat! Writes a Novel and come out the other side of June with a working beat sheet that outlines the plot of my novel. If I can accomplish that, then I will join Camp NaNoWriMo in July and begin writing the true first draft of my novel. Unfortunately (but also, fortunately), I’m going to have to leave most of the 50,000 words I’ve already written behind. I’m going through a deep learning process with this novel now and I can’t wait to finish it to know if this structure works for me. If it does, you can bet that every book I write from now on is going to use the beat sheet structure.
I’m going to (once again) try to refocus on my mental and physical health. If I can get my sleep schedule to happen properly, writing, reading, and taking care of myself will all be easier. I’m yearning to fill my days with fulfilment again. My goal to finish A Feminist Wizard’s Guide to Gardening by the end of the year is going to be completed, though there have been and will be many bumps in the road.
That’s all for me today! I can’t wait to see what this month brings as we move towards the midpoint of the year and the summer solstice later this month. We are reaching a crescendo and I cannot wait for the release of tension, knowing that the days will become shorter, and that time still moves as it always has. Until next time, pick up a wonderful book and spend some time with some amazing characters!
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