That was the month that was June 2017

 

  1. Maigret and the man on the bench by Georges Simenon
  2. Butterfly wings by Mohamed Salmawy
  3. Eve out of her ruins by Ananda Devi
  4. Our Dead World by Liliana Colanzi
  5. The portrait by Antoine Laurain
  6. Nevada days by Bernardi Atxaga

Now I always Knew it would be a thin month book-wise in June, I left my current job on the 2nd of this month and had a wedding in Croydon for the first weekend and Seven days in Scotland with Amanda, I had hoped to read more but time and sunny weather cut into my reading time. Then on Monday I started my new job for the NHS and had my first of two weeks training .so the total of books read has risen to 55 still on course for the 100 for the year mark.

Book of June

A selection of the Basque writers experience in the US gives us a glimpse at the country from an outsider’s eye, but also a writer looking back on his life and what is to come. This is what we need publishers to do publish the books from writers that aren’t straight fiction.

None book discovery

MY new job has opened my eyes to what I can maybe do in the future it seems an NHS service keen on promoting staff to learn and move forward.I hope to do when I am settled in my new job.

Next month

More training at the new job and starting the new job may slow my reading down, I am reading a French novel from the US press New vessel at the moment and have a couple from Maclehose waiting on my tbr pile . What are you reading this month

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Deepika Ramesh
    Jul 03, 2017 @ 06:19:19

    I hope you will have a great time in your new job. 🙂

    I have been reading the last book in Robin Hobb’s The Farseer Trilogy. I am also reading Terry Pratchett, and Neil Gaiman’s ‘Good Omens’. I did read a lot of new-age poetry in June. My reading has been a lot tepid since I am serving my notice period in my current organisation. I am going to take a very short break from work, while I focus on my health, and reading, and I would parallely search for another job. I hope I will have everything sorted in a couple of months.

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