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June 2020 Reading & Blog Wrap-Up

June 2020 Wrap-Up: A monthly summary of what I read, what I talked about on the blog, and how I'm doing overall

After tomorrow, we’re exactly halfway done with 2020. Can you believe that? I certainly can’t. And I usually roll my eyes at people who are constantly like “Omg I can’t believe we’re in a new month already.” But man, has time not felt real at all.

In any case, June 2020 is over which means it’s time to wrap up. I read six books(!!) and posted five blogs which I think is pretty good for someone trying to come back during an energy-draining pandemic.

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Read in June 2020

Cover of Teen Titans: Raven by Kami Garcia and Gabriel Picolo

Teen Titans: Raven by Kami Garcia and Gabriel Picolo

Opinion: Liked it
Format: eBook
Review coming: No review, probably

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Cover of Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender

Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender

Opinion: Loved it!!!
Format: ARC
Review coming: Already posted

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Cover of Spider-Man: Miles Morales, volume 1

Spider-Man: Miles Morales, vol. 1 by Brian Michael Bendis

Opinion: Liked it
Format: Physical library copy
Review coming: No review

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Cover of Spider-Man: Miles Morales, volume 2

Spider-Man: Miles Morales, vol. 2 by Brian Michael Bendis

Opinion: Liked it
Format: Physical library copy
Review coming: No review

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Cover of You Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson

You Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson

Opinion: Loved it
Format: Audiobook (via Libro.fm)
Review coming: Undecided

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Cover of All Boys Aren't Blue by George M. Johnson

All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson

Opinion: Loved it
Format: Audiobook (via Libro.fm)
Review coming: Undecided

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Started or Continued in June 2020

Cover of Running With Lions by Julian Winters

Running With Lions by Julian Winters

Started: June 29th
Format: Paperback
Progress: 19 pages (6%)

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Cover of the Never Tilting World by Rin Chupeco

The Never Tilting World by Rin Chupeco

Started: June 29th
Format: Hardcover
Progress: 225 pages (45%)

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Blog Wrap-Up of June 2020

May 2020 Wrap-up: A monthly summary of what I read, what I talked about on the blog, and how I'm doing overall

May 2020 Blog and Reading Wrap-Up

Well, May was another wild month. I think I’m starting to find my blogging rhythm, so I actually have blog stuff to wrap up on 😭 plus the five books I read last month!

Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books by Trans Authors

Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books by Trans Authors You Should be Reading and Recommending

It’s been one heck of a Pride Month this year, hasn’t it? Let’s do some celebrating by hyping up sci-fi and fantasy books by trans authors!

6 Reasons you should read Check, Please! Book 1: #Hockey by Ngozi Ukazu

6 Reasons You Should Read Check, Please! Book 1: #Hockey by Ngozi Ukazu

From the characters to the setting to the simple fact it’s a story about hockey, there’s a lot I loved about Check, Please! Book 1: #Hockey. If you haven’t read it yet, come here and I’ll give you 6 reasons why you should put it on your TBR (or bump it up if it’s already there!)

Seven Reasons You Should Read Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender

7 Reasons You Should Read Felix Ever After

Felix Ever After is an incredibly important book. It portrays so many aspects of life and love that aren’t talked about enough in fiction. If all the other people yelling about this book haven’t convinced you to pick it up yet, let me tell you why you need to read it now!

10 books I need to read this summer. Why Haven't I read these yet? Someone come yell at me.

10 Books I Need to Read This Summer

Okay so honestly, there are so many books I *need* to read, but I’m trying to stick to this list of 10 for the summer. (Feel free to come tell me I’m wrong and make your case for others though 👇 👀)

Personal Wrap-Up of June 2020

Not much to say about this month, I guess. It’s been another 30 days of time not feeling real, so it’s incredibly hard to believe that it’s July 1st already. Even harder to believe that I start back at a new college in *checks countdown app* 47 days… I’m gonna start hyperventilating.

I know I wouldn’t be nearly as stressed out about starting school if the pandemic hadn’t hit. Lately, it feels like my plans are falling apart faster than they’re being made. So I’m holding out hope that I find housing to be able to attend classes in person. Also that I’m able to stay healthy and another outbreak doesn’t hit the city right after I get there. And that I’ll be able to find a job since I have to quit the one I have to go back to school.

Anyway, I want to end off on some good news! I’m trying to begin my comeback on BookTube! If you haven’t already seen it, please go subscribe to Ace Of Bens on YouTube and check out my new video about the books I’m going to read this summer. I have quite a few more videos planned for the summer, and I hope you’ll stay tuned for them.

How was your June?


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