Hello Readers, welcome back to my blog. I hope we are all doing great.
June has been a great reading month for me even as I prepared for the birth of my baby; it was a great way to countdown the time left till delivery.
I read 6 books this month which is the same amount as the previous month and I am so happy to have maintained this amount. I have attached a goodreads link at the bottom of the book photos for summaries of the books. I have also attached links of places you can purchase the books, they are affiliate links which means I will get a small commission which helps me continue my blog, if you buy the book using this link the price does not change for you so there is no added cost to you.
The first book is Blade Lord by S. J. Hartland, the full review was published on my blog 25 June 2021, check it out
Book depository (Free shipping worldwide) – https://tidd.ly/3v04F7x
The second book was The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas, the full review will be on my blog in the future, watch out for that.
Waterstone (UK) – https://tidd.ly/35Cifnl
Book depository (Free shipping worldwide) – https://tidd.ly/3vsIt6a
Audible (audio books) – https://tidd.ly/2UajAPO
The third book is The Prison Healer by Lynette Noni, the full review was published on my blog 18 June 2021, check it out.
Waterstone (UK) – https://tidd.ly/2SLWm2b
Book depository (Free shipping worldwide) – https://tidd.ly/3uUcATP
The fourth book is Kings of Midnight by J. Q. Anderson, the full review will be on my blog next week so watch out for that.
Book depository (Free shipping worldwide) – https://tidd.ly/3z6vOsJ
The fifth book is Roses for his rival by Jax Burrows, the full review will be on my blog 30 July 2021, so watch out for that.
The sixth book is Falling for you by Bailey B, the full review will be on my blog 20 August 2021, so watch out for that as well.
I wasn’t able to read a Nalini Singh book this month but I consoled myself with the news that the next book in the Guild hunter sees will be out October this year, it is called Archangel’s Light.
I have a new baby and I am trying to adjust to mum life again with a toddler and a new born, so I am keeping my tbr to a respectful 2 books and they are:
Witches steeped in Gold by Ciannon Smart
Waterstone (UK) – https://tidd.ly/3wLQ6X8
Book depository (Free shipping worldwide) – https://tidd.ly/3q89Gdy
Audible (audio books) – https://tidd.ly/3zCnSzR
Cherish Hard by Nalini Singh
Book depository (Free shipping worldwide) – https://tidd.ly/3xxppoN
Audible (audio books) – https://tidd.ly/2SN58gf
Hope I am able to finish these 2 books which is the lowest my tbr has been since I started my blog.
This post is not sponsored by Fairyloot. I received my Fairyloot May box which I will detail the items in for you guys. The book in the May box is one of the books in my July tbr. Without further ado, here are the items for the May Fairyloot box, which books they are inspired by and the instagram handles of the people who made the artworks.
A Tumbler inspired by the Throne of glass series by Sarah J. Maas, designed by @chattynora
A wooden phone stand inspired by Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko, lettering by @ladychubbleletters
Foiled coasters inspired by Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin, artwork by @arz28
TBR game by Team Fairyloot
This month’s art print features characters from the Crave series by Tracy Wolff, illustrated by @gracezhuart
This month’s collectable tarot cards are Nine and Ten of Wands, inspired by Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin and designed by @morgana0anagrom
The book for the month is Witches steeped in Gold by Ciannon Smart – a Jamaican-inspired fantasy about two enemy witches who must enter into a deadly alliance to take down a common enemy. The artwork on the reverse dustjacket of the fairlyloot edition was designed by @eunicify.art. The character art print on the author’s letter is by @bloodydamnit
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