Monthly wrap-up – June 2017

Hello friends, happy Sunday! How are you? I hope your week as good, and overall…Your month! As always, it’s time for the monthly-wrap-up of life happenings, bookish happenings and more.

in real life

Every single time, the non-sharer in me dreads to share some things happening in real life, but sometimes it just feels GOOD to rant and also…you’re curious about it all, aren’t you? I’m going to quickly bullet-point my way through the un-interesting facts.

  • My summer holidays are booked! Well, half of them already, that’s for sure, time will tell if I’ll go somewhere else. I’m not going to say where I am going right now because let’s keep a little bit of suspens here but….I AM EXCITED.
  • Work has been exhausting like crazy and I basically don’t know how to adult. I’m very, very much looking forward to a break.
  • It’s SUMMER so whatever, I sweated my way through June – no one ever says it’s cold in France and let me tell you, IT IS HOT – and will keep on going.

on books

I had, once again, quite a good reading month – I feel like this year’s headed very well and I’m on track to complete my reading challenge for sure. Two hours of commute every single day surely helps me reach my goals quicker than I expected to. I also read a lot of contemporaries – big surprise, I KNOW…. But well. It’s summer?!

Books I read

.Adorable and funny contemporary.

Read my full review here.

SO.much.ACTION/PAIN/WHAT WAS THIS BOOK.

Interesting book and friendship, but ultimately lost me in the end.

Super-cute / definitely living to the hype.

 

 

 

I just have feelings about this book. LOADS.

This is not YA but it was a nice, fun change and look on Twitter / social media and its influences.

In one word: ADORABLE.

That was not what I expected. A bit disappointed, to be honest…

 

 

 

in-real-life

I don’t have tons of things to say about writing. It’s been going, well somedays and desperately slow some other days, but I probably need to stop beating myself up whenever I write under 1 K on the weekends. At least I’m doing something, right? Anyway, whenever I feel down about it all, my sister screams at me anyway and I remember Joey’s incredible advice and I try and write.

If I’m too lucky you’ll read this in about like 5 to 6 years, but most likely the story will stay on my computer ahah.

on the blog

I have been having a productive blogging month – but if I’m being completely honest here, I’m also looking forward to do a bit less because blogging can be quite exhausting. Also I have been feeling a bit out of the loop and stressed out about twitter / blogging and the mix of them both. If I feel okay, good, even, on WordPress, I like going on Twitter but somehow don’t feel like I belong. Anyone having these thoughts? That being said, I am so, so wonderfully HAPPY to be able to blog and love it and have all of you wonderful people reading my endless ramblings. You all are the best.

Book reviews

Discussions

Bookish tags & recommendations

Nyx’s Corner

#SFATW : my project to connect book bloggers…

In case you missed it, I launched my #SFATW project once again: this is a project started in 2016, to connect book bloggers with each other and send each other books and gifts and love!

Subscriptions for this project are closing TONIGHT – midnight, C.E.S.T. If you want to take part and send gifts to another blogger, don’t forget to subscribe!

How was your month? How many books did you read, and which one was your favorite? What’s one positive thing that happened to you this June?

Let’s chat in comments!

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92 thoughts on “Monthly wrap-up – June 2017

  1. Wooo! Enjoy your vacation! I also really enjoyed The Young Elites! I still need to read the last book in that series! I totally feel you on the difficulty of blogging. I just got back from a 3 week hiatus! I hope you have a great, stress-free July!

    Here’s my Weekly Recap!

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    1. Thank you so much, Tracy! ❀ Oh, did you enjoy the second book in The Young Elites series? I haven't read it yet but I'm eager to πŸ™‚ I hope you'll have a lovely July as well! ❀

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  2. Hi Marie! I have read a ton of good books this month but the one that surprised me e most was Omens by Kelley Armstrong. I was afraid it would be a Horror novel but it was a paranormal mystery/romance and a great start to a series by one of my favorite authors Kelley Armstrong. I kicked myself that I didn’t trust her to write as she always does. I also opened my Free Little Library in my front yard this month and am excited to see it take off. I hope you are doing well!

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    1. Hi Deborah! I’m so glad to hear you had such a lovely reading month! I don’t know Omens but you certainly made me curious about it now. Ohh, Free Little Library? That sounds like a lot of fun?! πŸ˜€
      Thank you so much – I hope you are doing well asnd I wish you a great July! ❀ ❀

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      1. Last Sunday my post was about my Free Little Library. The concept is that you take a book and leave a book, so it’s a convenient source for books. My neighborhood has about five of them. With he number of free books we get it’s nice to pass them along!

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  3. Thank you for sharing your updates for June!
    The Anatomical Shape of a Heart sounds very interesting and I added it to my TBR. I am also looking forward to reading You Know Me Well πŸ™‚
    All the best for your novel! I know how it feels to have bad days where the words don’t flow. Sometimes it helps to keep on plugging on, other times it is good to take a break!
    I am also on twitter but also not getting in the groove of things. I like joining writing chats (such as #storysocial on Wednesdays 9PM EST) which is a fun way to meet new people while chatting about writing. They do get time consuming though!
    Looking forward to #SFATW πŸ™‚

    Cheers,
    Sophie

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    1. Thank you so much, Sophie! I’m really happy to hear that and I hope you’ll love The Anatomical Shape of a Heart, it is such a great and fun book πŸ™‚
      Definitely. I can only write on the weekends so I’m kind of beating myself up when in these little moments, I am not inspired. I guess words can’t always flow πŸ™‚
      Ohhh, that sounds like such a fun writing chat! I wish I could join – 9 PM EST is like 2 AM for me though :/

      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment, Sophie! I hope you’ll have a lovely month! ❀ ❀

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      1. I am definitely looking forward to reading that book!
        That’s too bad that the time zones don’t work out with storysocial. But I think there are other twitter chats out there at different times.
        Are you doing camp nano by any chance?

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      2. Yes there probably are tons of chats, I need to look them up more πŸ™‚
        No I’m not doing Camp NaNo at the moment, I wish I could though. Are you doing it? πŸ˜€

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  4. Yes, I completely understand with the Twitter feeling of not belonging! All I do is retweet stuff on Twitter because I feel like my Tweets are useless! I have a Twitter for my blog which I haven’t started using but I’m thinking of starting to tweet on it.

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    1. Oh I’m glad I’m not the only one feeling this way ahah ❀ I hope you'll find your "voice" on Twitter – I'm guessing, just like for our blogs, we all should have one?! I'm hoping, at least ahah πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment ❀

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  5. I’ve had a really great reading month and I’m really happy to have had two of them back to back! I think my standout read this month was hands down Now I Rise! I hadn’ really looked too much into the series before requesting the ARC for the sequel so discovering that it was AWESOME was really great!

    It looks like you had a really successful reading month as well! I’m really happy to see that you really enjoyed Queens Of Geek, Always And Forever Lara Jean and When Dimple Met Rishi because they are all on my TBR too and it gives me a positive push to read them soon whenever someone else loved them!

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    1. I’m so, so happy you had a great reading month, Swetlana! ❀ I haven't read the And I Darken series yet but only heard good things about it, I'm eager to get to it sometime. For now, it's waiting on my TBR πŸ™‚
      Ohh yay – I hope you'l get around to reading these books soon, they are such feel-good books. Sure to have a good time while reading, these books also brought a smile on my face ❀
      Thank you so much! ❀ ❀

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  6. Wow, holiday is always exciting, especially since you’ve been working hard and you totally deserve it! I haven’t read the books that you read last month so I can’t really give any commentary. But When Dimple Met Rishi is high on my to-read list. I’m sooo looking forward to getting the physical copy — hopefully soon enough haha.

    “If I feel okay, good, even, on WordPress, I like going on Twitter but somehow don’t feel like I belong.” –> This. Is. Absolutely. True. At least I also feel that way sometimes. I’ve been blogging for a few years and most of my bloggy friends have stopped blogging. I miss them so much cause we used to chat on Twitter a lot and these days my Twitter seems so lonely. So I guess I find it hard to fit in with the community.

    I’m super grateful though for the new people I met online recently! πŸ˜€ There’s indeed always a bright side to every negative thing.

    June was a productive month for me! I finished two books and I feel so accomplished since I didn’t read for months thanks to reading & blogging slump. I totally deserve a cookie! πŸ˜›

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    1. Oh thank you so much, you’re the sweetest ❀ I need a break ahah, otherwise I will lose my mind.
      I hope you'll be able to buy When Dimple Met Rishi soon, it was such a cute book ❀

      I'm feeling better knowing you are feeling the same way about Twitter. I find it hard as well to fit in on here – at least we're not alone, and we have WordPress πŸ™‚

      YES, you deserve a GIANT COOKIE for that! This is so great – I hope this means your slump is gone for good and you'll be back on track with reading, blogging and loving it πŸ˜€
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment ❀ ❀

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  7. I’m with you on feeling out of the loop on twitter. I tend to browse through my timeline instead of actually contributing to it. Plus book twitter can get really dramatic at times and I prefer to live in a happy bubble instead of letting the drama consume me.

    I’m intrigued by your travel destination. Is it someplace warm, cold or a little bit of everything haha.

    I adored the Anatomical Shape of a Heart. It was such a sweet contemporary and I especially love how sex positive it is.

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    1. Same here. I’m glad to hear you’re feeling the same way! I feel a bit better just browsing, or sometimes ignoring it. Twitter can be such an amazing media to connect with bloggers and authors, but it’s also overwhelming at times.

      Well it’s in Europe (I’m from France, I don’t know if you knew) and it’s not really that hot ahah πŸ˜› Any guesses? πŸ˜›

      I’m SO happy you loved The Anatomical Shape just as well – it was such a great story, I agree, and yes for sex positivity – there is too little of that in YA books.

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Lois, I hope you’ll have an amazing month ❀

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      1. Plus I find it hard to juggle all the social media sites haha. Twitter to me is just a place for me to randomly spew some nonsense to the world. It definitely gets overwhelming and sometimes I feel like there’s this pressure that I have to contribute when I know I don’t have to, if that makes sense.

        I had no idea you were from France. We’re practically neighbours haha. I’m from Wales. So I’m thinking you’re off on a European or Scandinavian adventure.

        I’m told her new release, Alex, Approximately is also very sex positive and I am dying to read that book.

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      2. That makes SO MUCH sense, really – I have this exact feeling. I feel like I should be speaking up and contributing but I’m not so much, and it makes me feel guilty. Weirdest feeling ever, isn’t it?!

        OH REALLY? That’s so great! I went a lot of times to England but never to Wales, I need to go there soon, it seems so pretty ❀ And you're right, I'm going somewhere in Europe and not too far from where you are ahah πŸ™‚
        OH really? I have heard a lot of good things about Alex, Approximately – that makes me even more impatient to read it πŸ™‚

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      3. And if I don’t contribute my general tweets just don’t sound all that interesting so I end up not tweeting them. I

        You definitely need a trip to Wales, especially if you like scenic views. Plus I could teach you some key Welsh words. πŸ˜›

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      4. Same here – I just don’t tweet at all ahah except a couple of blogging things.

        Oh yes, I really do. It’s not so far from here after all, and well, I’m curious about Welsh words now πŸ˜›

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  8. it seems like you’ve had such a great reading month! i really want to read when dimple met rishi, it is definitely the type of contemporary that fits this time of the year for me. it’s now winter where i live, but i feel like i always want to read shorter and fast-paced books during the winter break, because then i get a feeling of being productive. i mean, if i take over five days to read a book, even if it is a 500+ pages book, i’ll be frustrated for not doing it faster. so, that’s why my plan is to read a lot of contemporaries for this month, hahah.
    i hope you have a fantastic july, marie! and have a great trip! πŸ™‚

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    1. Haha oh, I get it – in the winter and in the summer I really like to read quick, sweet contemporaries as well! I hope you’ll read When Dimple Met Rishi and love it, it is THE cutest read of the moment for sure πŸ˜€
      Thank you so, so much, Lais! Hope you’ll have an amazing July as well ❀

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  9. Oh it seems like you had a great reading month this month Marie, there are so many amazing books on your list! The Young Elites and Queens of Geek are two on my to-read list, two I’m hoping to get around to soon, this year at the very least. Also I need to read Always and Forever Lara Jean as well, I can’t believe I haven’t already because I loved the first two books in the series.
    I hope your writing goes better next month; Joey’s advice is right a dinosaur wouldn’t give up so neither should you! πŸ˜€
    Also I am very excited for SFATW, I know I signed up for this round so I guess I’m just waiting for the launch now! πŸ˜€
    I hope you have a great July Marie. πŸ™‚ ❀

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    1. Oh thank you, Beth! I can’t wait for you to read both The Young Elites and Queens of Geek, I feel like you could love both πŸ™‚
      Haha thank you, Beth! I’m not giving up, I’m going to finish writing this thing someday ahah πŸ™‚
      Thank you, Beth! I’ll do the pairings this week and you all should get an email soon. Thank you again for everythin,g I hope you’ll have a great July as well ❀ ❀

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      1. That’s all right! πŸ˜€ I feel like I will too, I’ve heard great things about both so I’m excited to get around to them.
        Persistence is the key when it comes to writing I guess. πŸ™‚
        Ohh, very exciting, I’ll be sure to keep an eye out for that email then. πŸ˜€ Thanks Marie. ❀

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  10. It sounds like you have super exciting things coming up!! I’m excited to hear about them if you decide to share.
    I’ve felt a little disconnected blogging wise lately too. Things can get overwhelming sometimes, so I hope your new schedule/plans make things easier for you!
    I struggle so much with twitter too!! I feel like I don’t quite fit in there; it and bookstagram are the areas where I don’t *quite* feel comfortable online, and also I’m a bit more conservative than most twitter users. Not that different opinions are in any way bad, but sometimes it can all get a little overwhelming xD.
    It looks like you read some pretty good books! I hope this month is great too!

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    1. Thank you so much, Lenna! I’ll definitely share more about my holidays when they come around and everything πŸ˜€
      I get the feeling – I’m glad to hear I’m not alone here. It’s so hard sometimes just to follow things on twitter, it quickly gets overwhelming so I would rather stay away sometimes πŸ™‚
      I hope you’ll have a lovely month just as well, thank you so much! ❀ ❀

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  11. I’m sorry you’re feeling all the exhaustion from work! At least you’ll have a break soon. ❀ AND WHAAAT??? THERE'S A POSSIBILITY WE CAN READ YOUR NOVEL??? YES PLEEEEEEEASE.

    Agh, I need to get around to doing some #SFATW blog-hopping! But the WiFi here is sooooo slooow I might just die. πŸ˜‚ And I agree! Blogging can be super tiring and time-consuming — but the amazing community makes up for it! ❀ Have a wonderful July, Marie!

    PS I want so many of the books you read. XD

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    1. Yes, I’m looking forward to the break, you have no idea ahah. ❀
      Hm, well, for noww….my novel is in my computer and I'm not sure it is any good haha but maybe someday I'll share more of it if you would be interested? ❀
      Definitely! Blogging is SO tiring at times but worth it because everyone is just so wonderful ❀ ❀
      I hope you'll have an amazing July as well, as amazing as you!! ❀ ❀

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  12. ooh hope you have an amazing time on your well earned summer break πŸ˜€ hehehee your reaction to Young Elites was the same as mine!! And I’m really looking forward to reading When Dimple Met Rishi after downloading it!! πŸ˜€ haha that Friends gif is perfect!! Yeah I totally get how exhausting blogging can be sometimes- as much as I do enjoy it!!

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    1. Thank you so much! A couple of weeks to go still, it’s not until August ahah but I can’t wait.
      Ohhh really? Did you read the rest of The Young Elites series or not yet? πŸ˜€
      Thank you so, so much ❀ ❀

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  13. I saw summer vacation and I was about to ask WHERE!? but then I read the next sentence. You and your suspense!!!
    You read quite a lot, so good for you πŸ™‚ even if the results in how much you loved the books varied. I hear you on the writing but also on the Twitter and not exactly belonging. I feel like everyone is having such relevant conversations on there, constantly reacting and commenting on time, while I miss half the stuff happening. I don’t think I am made out for Twitter.

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    1. Hahaha, sorry I can’t help it – but I think I already told you?! πŸ˜›
      Same feeling here – I miss out on a lot and I’m not one of these people constantly on Twitter, nor wanting to be, so….I’m guessing I’m not made for this either. It’s fun to hop in once in a while but I often feel lost at everything happening when I do ahah πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much Kat ❀ ❀

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  14. I’m really glad that you had a great reading month, Marie! It seems like you read a bunch of wonderful books. The Young Elites shook me to my core when I first read it a couple months ago – which reminds me that I need to get on reading the final book, ha. I hope you have ALL THE FUN on your summer vacation (also, I really really want to know where you’re going haha). Good luck with your writing escapades. ❀

    ~ Aimal @ Bookshelves & Paperbacks

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    1. Thank you so, so much, Aimal! The Young Elites was such an intense read, I didn’t expect to love it so much. Did you like the second book as much. I heard it was a bit darker, and I’m scared ahah πŸ™‚
      Thank you so, so much, I’ll make sure to share my travel destination soon πŸ˜€ ❀

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  15. I’ve heard so many people mention recently that blogging/Twitter is stressing them out or adding to other stresses. You’re certainly not alone in that. Please don’t let it overwhelm you, and do take care of yourself!

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  16. Hi Marie 😁
    I’m loving how you showcased the books you read this month! 8 is a good number, right!? I’m so jealous of your 2 hour commute to devote solely to reading, lol… though I’m sure you get tired of it! I’m so wanting to read that last Lara Jean… I’m so glad you liked it!

    Twitter for me is where I share posts I LOVED and support some of my favorite bloggers. I’m not sure I get the point otherwise, though I do get a few hits on my blog due to tweets! They (the goodreads group for YA book bloggers) are planning a twitter talk for Cinder I was thinking to try that… it would be my first talk on twitter.

    You quite inspire me with your discussions!

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    1. Hi Dani, thank you so, so much! ❀ Haha well you can take my 2 hours commute ANYTIME. It's good to get reading done, but it's quite exhausting as well :/
      I hope you'll be able to read that Lara Jean soon, it was just like the other books, sweet and well, ADORABLE. ❀
      Ohh, that sounds like so much fun (and Cinder is incredible). I hope you'll have a great time πŸ˜€
      And thank you – I am honored that my posts can inspire you ❀ ❀

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  17. It seems like you had a good month, Marie πŸ™‚ First off, you’ve read some great books this month! I hope someday I’ll have enough time to read eight books instead of just four. I also relate to your writing struggles. Some days, it’s great and I can write a lot, but I rarely write in the weekends (because I’m just too busy) and I beat myself up for it too.

    Oh, and I can also relate to the Twitter thing! I feel fine and part of the community when I’m blogging, but Twitter is a whole other universe. I feel like there are all these groups and everyone knows everyone already and I’m just floating around. I know it’s partly my fault because I don’t really tweet a lot (I never know what to say!), but it still sucks. I feel like I need a Twitter Crash Course πŸ˜‰

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    1. I have to admit that, if I didn’t have 2 hours – commute, I wouldn’t be able to read so much.
      You’re just the opposite of me: I can never write on week days, so I do the most I can on weekends but it’s really hard sometimes. I guess as long as we are writing, even if it’s slow at times, we should be proud of ourselves ❀

      Same here. I never know what to say on twitter or I feel irrelevant there / uninteresting. I could use this crash course for sure haha πŸ˜›
      Thank you so much Lauren ❀ ❀

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  18. Did you like the Young Elites by Marie Lu? I’ve been considering to buy this book for months now but I have so many books on my TBR I keep postponing it as I feel too guilty towards the other books, haha.

    You’re the second blogger I come across with who liked When Dimple Met Rishi….maybe I should start adding that to my TBR as well xD

    Wonderful post!

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    1. Haha, oh I get the feeling! I really enjoyed The Young Elites, I’m not much of a fantasy reader but I was so surprised by how much I loved it. Hope you’ll want to read it soon πŸ˜€
      And YES, When Dimple Met Rishi was adorable ❀
      Thank you so much, I hope you'll have a great month ❀ ❀

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    1. Oh thank you so much, that’s so sweet of you to say! ❀ ❀
      I hope you'll love Legend, I can't wait to hear your thoughts about it. I added it to my TBR because I really liked The Young Elites πŸ™‚

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  19. Oh my gosh I am seriously the same way about Twitter and always have been. I just started my book-blogging Twitter account, but I’ve had a personal one for years and always felt uber awkward about using it and now that I have one for my blog – mainly because so many people of this niche are using it??? – I’m like….. what do I saaaayyyy? I don’t have anything of value to tweet about. And i don’t know how to interact with people there??? It’s all around pretty uncomfortable, but I am trying hard to find my footing in hopes that using Twitter will be rewarding (aka more blog traffic would be nice)!

    Anyway, sounds like you had a good June and I’m looking forward to finding out where your summer trip is??? Living vicariously through you!! Lol! Have a great summer! πŸ˜€

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    1. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you that it will work then, Bridget! ❀ I'm guessing, just like anything else, Twitter takes a bit of work and time to get the hang of πŸ™‚
      Haha thank you so much!! ❀ ❀

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  20. OMG I feel your exhaustion at the moment. I feel like that at the moment, trying to frantically organise my wedding and honeymoon while surviving at work! YESSS I’m so glad you loved Queens of Geek, always & forever and WDMR. Some of my favs this year! Definitely take the time out to relax though Marie!

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    1. I have no idea how you do this, Jeann, you are some kind of superhero, I swear ahah. I am exhausted and it’s mainly because work has been overwhelming, I can’t imagine organizing such events on the side. You are goals. ❀
      Thank you so, so much ❀ ❀

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    1. Ohh, I would love to know your thoughts about The Young Elites once you get to it. It’s such a great book, I didn’t expect to love it so much! πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much, Lauren ❀ ❀

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  21. I only read 5 books in June but I really enjoyed most of them! I loved Darkmere by Helen Maslin which had haunted castles, gothic romances and two different POVs done BRILLIANTLY – I highly recommend! I have such a big TBR pile for July that I’m looking forward to reading. I’ll be on holiday for 5-6 weeks from tomorrow which I’m SO EXCITED about. I also want to try writing a book that I’ve been meaning to write for awhile! πŸ™‚

    You must be so excited for your summer vacation – I hope you enjoy! πŸ™‚

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    1. Ohh that’s so great – and thank you for this recommendation, I’m so curious about it now, I’ll check it out right away! πŸ˜€
      OH YES, holidays! This is so excitin, and writing a book? I am EVEN MORE excited for you now. I hope you’ll have a lot of fun and succeed with your writing. I’d love to know more about it! πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much ❀ ❀

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  22. Just wanted to quickly say thank you again for linking my blog for the blog hopping fest! Even though I wasn’t that active with my own blog, I used your post and was able to meet a lot of bloggers I had never met before. I’m actually kind of proud of myself because I think I looked over at least 40% of the ones you linked up, hehe. (I gave up on the ones that weren’t book blogs, unfortunately.)

    Also, you did an incredible job in June with reading and blogging. Like look at all those contemporary titles! (Not that I’m in the least surprised though.)

    Anyhow, I hope you have a lovely July as well, Marie. ❀

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    1. Oh you’re so welcome, Summer, I’m so glad you appreciated the post and met new, fun bloggers you enjoyed! Thank you so much ❀ ❀
      Ahah, right, I went a bit overboard with the contemporaries but I can't help myself. I love them all so much ahah πŸ™‚
      I hope you'll have a wonderful July ❀ ❀

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  23. I find Twitter very intimidating…. I feel like if you are not on twitter EVERY day, then you are always out of the loop. I find it to be a time suck, so I don’t get on twitter too often. I really don’t know how people juggle blogging, boostagram, and bookish twitter… It overwhelms me lol

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    1. AGREED. But there are just too many things happening on Twitter and I can’t follow, nor do I feel like I am “good enough” or something to actually contribute, so…I’m avoiding it at times ahah πŸ™‚
      I have NO IDEA how they do it. Just the blogging part is pretty overwhelming ahah πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much, Amanda! πŸ™‚

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