Welcome back to Lamon Reviews. For June I have finished a number of audiobooks and short stories. I usually get most of my reads from my local library and occasionally ARCs.
Like everyone else, I’m working on my TBR pile. I just put some of these on it. They were there for a couple weeks. I have some that have been on it for a year. So my actual list has not really changed at all.
Each friday Reedsy runs a contest for short stories, and I have read some wonderfully written stories. A great one and also the last winner of the weekly contest is by Mary S. on Reedsy titled Blessed Home.
I have read multiple short stories this month, but have not been keeping a log of them. I will start next month. It is so easy to devour short stories and they are so well written. I want to help promote them also. You may see more of them in my monthly wrap ups.
Two weeks ago I finished My Broken Language by Quiara Alegria Hudes. You can read my review above. I liked this memoir. It was extremely thought provoking for me, and I recommend it to all readers.
This next one, Accidentally Engaged by Farah Heron, I started reading an ebook copy last week. I checked it out from my library to my Kindle, but I ended up getting the audiobook from overdrive to listen to it. I thought this book was an adorable romance with a gradual relationship growth. I enjoyed it and there will be a review coming up.
The last one is One Of The Good Ones by Maika and Maritza Moulite. This novel had me guessing in the second half. When I thought it was going in one direction, it went in three different ones. I enjoyed it and recommend it. My review is coming soon.
Next up I will start on Anthony Burgess A Clockwork Orange. It isn’t the latest out, but it has been recommended to me multiple times, so I will try to get it off my TBR.
I hope you enjoyed todays post. This is what I read this month. I hope one or more of them has piqued your interest and you check them out. Let me know what you think in the comments below. What have you read this month? What books would you recommend giving a read?
And As Always…
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