I’m finally posting my June reading summary. Oops, I meant to do this a few weeks ago (#newbookblogger). June included a week of vacation for me, which doesn’t necessarily mean reading more. I do think it influenced me to read more fiction, because I needed to lighten up for a month. Later in the month, I caught my numbers up by binge reading a series of great graphic novels. My biggest disappointment was how few books I read from diverse authors. Usually, I try to be more balanced.

Books Read: 15
Total Pages: 3,534
Nonfiction: 4
Graphic: 6
Audio: 4 (3 combined with print)
Diverse: 7% 😓
Female: 33%

Top Choices:
On Tyranny
Locke & Key
The Gargoyle Hunters

Here’s how the month broke out in my categories. Looks like I needed some relaxation!

On Tyranny
I Am Malala

Lyme Madness
The Shift

We Are Called To Rise
Underground Airlines
Locke & Key Vols. 1-6 + audiobook
The Queen of the Tearling
The Gargoyle Hunters

July’s looking like a good reading month so far—more diverse, more nonfiction, more books!