This month I'm a bit late with my monthly Wrap Up because last week was a really busy one. I celebrated Historical Fiction Week and shared more than 20 posts related to this fantastic genre. But now that the week is over, I'm back to my normal posts. Have a look at what I read, what I cooked and what I was up to during June:
What I read:
Summer at the Comfort Food Café by Debbie Johnson
How to (Find) Your First Husband by Rosie Blake
Destination India by Katy Colins
These Shallow Graves by Jennifer Donnelly
The Girl from the Savoy by Hazel Gaynor
The Problem With Forever by Jennifer L Armentrout
War Babies by Annie Murray
The Girl and the Sunbird by Rebecca Stonehill
The Aftermath (The Hurricane #2) by R. J. Prescott
The Nearness of You by Sareeta Domingo
To Be Reviewed:
All in Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker
Out of Practice by Penny Parkes
What I cooked:
|Chai Tea Brownies - Summer at Rose Island by Holly Martin|
What I was up to:
June was a bit of a crazy month. The first weekend, we had a friend from Orlando staying over with us for a few days so we did lots of things with him (mainly drinking beer in different locations). We then flew to Barcelona for my best friend's wedding! She was such a beautiful bride and we had lots of fun celebrating her big day!
We decided to stay for a week in Barcelona to see the family, enjoy the sun and the beach and eat lots of ice cream!
Once back in Germany, we went to Ulm with some friends. This was such a nice surprise, as Ulm is a little cute Medieval Town with lots of charm and the highest Cathedral tower of the world, which we climbed! It was exhausting but lots of fun.
Finally, the last weekend of June, a friend from Barcelona was in Munich for work. She had to attend a Robotics fair and I tagged along. It was such an interesting event, I got served beer and coffee by robots and got lots of cool stuff!
What I blogged about:
Nicola Doherty, author of Love and Other Man-made Disasters
Lisa Dickenson, author of You Had Me at Merlot
Guest Post by Heidi Swain: Books for Summer Loving
Historical Fiction Week: Check out all the Author Interviews, Guest Posts, Reviews and Giveaways here!