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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Mid-Year Reading Update + Monthly Reflections ~ June 2016


Number of books read this year so far: 161
Full House Reading Challenge: 25/25
NetGalley & Edelweiss Reading Challenge: 48/75
NetGalley Challenge: 48/41
The Re-Read Challenge: 7
Blogger Shame Review Challenge: 35/30
2016 Series Enders Challenge: 12/5
2016 Non-Fiction Reading Challenge: 20/12


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Monthly Reflections, where we take the time to reflect on the previous month.


My June Goals...

Didn't have any...

Books read:



My thoughts on June:

I dealt with a reading slump due to busyness pretty much all month long, so I'm happy with finishing eight books, although I'm hoping to squeeze one more in before midnight tonight. ;) My favorite book would have to be the reread of The Hunger Games.

Looking ahead:


July Goals:

Read 10 books
2 Nonfiction
3 NetGalley books


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Now it's your turn! What did you accomplish in June, what do you hope to accomplish in July?


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