Monthly To-Be-Read Lists

My June TBR List

Hey Bibliophiles! I hope your quarantine days are going smooth, with y’all having a big reading spree! πŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“š

Today, I am posting my this month’s TBR (To Be Read) list! πŸ“š

NetGalley

I recently joined NetGalley after getting to know about it on Twitter. And I am quite lucky to join a world of so amazing books and publishers. Here’s my NetGalley TBR list –

  1. Bear by Ben Queen (children’s fiction) – I finished the book in just two days and found it too much amazing. You can check my review at Goodreads to know more about the book. I’ll definitively recommend this book to everyone! (Will post the review here by tomorrow evening!)
  2. Night Owls and Summer Skies by Rebecca Sullivan (LGBTQIA, Teens & YA)
  3. The Boy Who Saw In Colours by Lauren Robinson (LGBTQIA, Historical Fiction)
  4. A Dog’s Chance by Casey Wilson (Literary & Women’s Fiction)
  5. The Three Mrs. Wrights by Linda Keir (General Adult Fiction, Women’s Fiction)
  6. Lie, Lie Again by Stacy Wise (General Adult Fiction, Women’s Fiction)
  7. Let’s See Them Poems by Andrew Shaffer (Humor, Poetry)
  8. My Daily Actions, or The Meteorites by S. Brook Corfman (Poetry)
  9. scenery by Jose Felipe Alvergue (Poetry)
  10. The She Book v.2 by Tanya Markul (Poetry)
  11. Fat Girl Finishing School by Rachel Wiley (LGBTQIA, Poetry)
  12. The Tale of a Niggun by Elie Wiesel (Poetry)
  13. Fortunately by Nava EtShalom (Poetry, Religion & Spirituality)
  14. We Were All Someone Else Yesterday by Omar Holmon (Poetry & Essays)
  15. Seven Days in Summer by Marcia Willett (Novel)

The list will expand for sure, but not before I finish the remaining fourteen books! πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

Kindle

I am reading books on Kindle since I made my Amazon account. And I have, for me, the best book collection currently on the Kindle app! Here are my TBR books from Kindle –

  1. Conversations with Coherent Worlds by Anusha (@piece_of_irony)
  2. Night Owls and Summer Skies by Rebecca Sullivan (LGBTQIA, Teens & YA)
  3. The Boy Who Saw In Colours by Lauren Robinson (LGBTQIA, Historical Fiction)
  4. A Dog’s Chance by Casey Wilson (Literary & Women’s Fiction)
  5. The Three Mrs. Wrights by Linda Keir (General Adult Fiction, Women’s Fiction)
  6. Lie, Lie Again by Stacy Wise (General Adult Fiction, Women’s Fiction)
  7. Let’s See Them Poems by Andrew Shaffer (Humor, Poetry)
  8. My Daily Actions, or The Meteorites by S. Brook Corfman (Poetry)
  9. scenery by Jose Felipe Alvergue (Poetry)
  10. The Tale of a Niggun by Elie Wiesel (Poetry)
  11. Seven Days in Summer by Marcia Willett (Novel)
  12. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
  13. 2035 by Shruti Jain & Nilutpal Gohain
  14. The Girl Who Loved A Pirate by Kulpreet Yadav
  15. The Trishul Killer by Himanshu Goel
  16. A Train Story by Himanshu Goel
  17. Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks Vol. 1 (Marvel Masterworks) by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko
  18. Venom by Donny Cates
  19. Doctor Strange Vol. 1: The Way of the Weird by Jason Aaron
  20. Secret Wars (2015-2016) by Jonathan Hickman
  21. Ms Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal by G.Willow Wilson
  22. Fantastic Four Visionaries: Vol. 1 (1961-1996) by John Byrne
  23. Secret Invasion by Brian Michael Bendis
  24. Black Panther Vol. 2 Collection by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  25. Hulk: Planet Hulk (1999-2007) by Greg Pak
  26. Miles Morales Vol. 1: Straight Out Of Brooklyn by Saladin Ahmed
  27. Captain America Vol. 1: Winter In America by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  28. Captain America: Sam Wilson Vol. 1 (2015-2017) by Nick Spencer

Books number 2 to 11 are from NetGalley, kindle editions. I got Think and Grow Rich for free from Amazon. The comics from Marvel are also free (number 17 to 28)! ❀️😍
I feel really lucky to get the comics for free!! ❀️😍

That’s my this month’s TBR list for now! If I finish this TBR by mid-June, then I will add more books and post a TBR part 2! Till then, Happy Reading! β€οΈπŸ“š

6 thoughts on “My June TBR List

    1. Wow! You too are a comics fan! ❣️
      I could complete only three books out of this huge pile! 🀣

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