June 2022 TBR & Goals

Here is a glimpse of what I hope to read and do this month!

June 2022 TBR List

Library Books Already In Progress:

You Are Not Your Own by Alan Noble Nonfiction – Theology

The Robe by Lloyd C. Douglas Historical (Biblical-adjacent) Fiction

Youngbloods (Impostors #4) by Scott Westerfeld YA Dystopian Fiction

The Reason for My Hope by Billy Graham Nonfiction

For the 10 Books of Summer Challenge:

See this post for more information about this challenge.

Crescendo by Allen Cheney Nonfiction – Biography

Kiera by Kate Willis (Christian) YA Dystopian Fiction

The Dressmaker’s Secret (The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy #1) by Kellyn Roth Historical Fiction

For the Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge:

(full post about this challenge coming soon)

The Other Alcott by Elise Hooper Historical Fiction

Other Goals

  • Post 3x per week
  • Improve at volleyball
  • Don’t eat out for lunch more than once per week
  • Stay on top of cleaning and, by extension, dive back into the podcasts I used to enjoy
  • See if Joy Clarkson is going to be hosting a Summer read-along on her podcast
    • Last year, her podcast-based book club introduced me to Piranesi, which became one of my absolute favorite books of the year.
  • Log ten hours of reading toward the library’s Summer Reading program

Realistically, there is no way I am going to get through seven books this month, but it can’t hurt to be ambitious with my reading goals, right?

Have you set any bookish goals for this month?

Until the next chapter,

Jana

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