June Wrap Up

We are in the middle of year, can you believe it? It certainly is flying by. This month, my reading has slowed down as I am working full time again and don't have so much free time. But I've still managed to read some amazing books! So here's a little wrap up of what I've been doing and reading this month:

What I Read
5 Stars: 
The Silent Hours by Cesca Major (added to favourite reads)
Always the Bridesmaid by Lindsey Kelk  (added to favourite reads)
Return to Bluebell Hill by Rebecca Pugh
Evil Games by Angela Marsons
The Love Shack by Jane Costello
Too Many Cooks by Dana Bate
4 Stars:
Truly Madly Greekly by Mandy Baggot
The Art of Baking Blind by Sara Vaughan
Berlin Coffee Shop by Gerlis Zillgens
3 Stars: 
Among a Thousand Stars by Jo Bartlett
To be reviewed: 
Frank Derrick's Holiday of a Lifetime by J.B. Morrison
The Sun in Her Eyes by Paige Toon
Summer Secrets by Jane Green

What I cooked:

What I was up to: 
During June we haven't done so much as in May as we've been crazy busy with our jobs but we managed to have lots of fun in our free time. At the beginning of the month, my mum and my sister came to visit me and we had a fab girls day.
FCB won the league and the King's Cup in May and the first weekend of June, we went to see the Champions League Final on a big screen with lots of people. It was such a great night, even more after Barça won the final! What an amazing season for them.
The 23rd of June is always one of my favourite nights of the year, it's St John's Eve and we celebrate that it is the shortest night of the year with fire, fireworks and music. This year we met our friends for a fun night out with concerts outdoors.
Also, during this month we've been enjoying time with our nieces, the baby ones are getting so big, almost walking now! And one of our oldest nieces was on a dance festival and let me tell you, she knows how to move! 
Finally, I had my first bath on the beach of the summer!

What I Blogged about: 
I always enjoy taking part in Top Ten Tuesdays because, one, I love making lists, and two, it's a great way to talk about old books, especial authors or characters. Here are the ones I did this month:

This month I had the pleasure of interviewing some fantastic authors: 

Also, these lovely authors stopped by for guest posts (I loved the Book Boyfriends one, don't miss it!):

And finally, I shared one of my favourite bookish secrets from Barcelona:

Hope you all had a fantastic month!

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