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June 2021 Reading Wrap Up

  

In June 2021, I read 20 books, and have reviewed them all. My totals for my challenges have reached the following numbers:

Modern Mrs Darcy – 13/14

Australian Authors Challenge – 24/24 (57)

AWW2021 – 90/50

Dymocks Reading Challenge – 24/26

QBD Reading Challenge – 24/26

Overall goal – 147/170

Total Australian authors read: 117

International:  32

  1. The Last Daughter by Nicola Cornick
  2. The Boy Who Stepped Through Time by Anna Ciddor
  3. The Bark Book by Victoria McKinlay
  4. Lucy and Copper by Mandy Foot
  5. The Snow Pony by Alison Lester
  6. Pig the Monster by Aaron Blabey
  7. A Perfect Pig by Katrin Dreiling
  8. Chatterpuss by Josh Pike and Daron Parton
  9. Mertales: The Best Friend Promise by Rebecca Timmis
  10. The Nancys by R.W.R McDonald
  11. Max Booth, Future Sleuth: Map Trap by Cameron MacIntosh
  12. The Lion Who Came to Stay by Victoria McKinlay (based on a true story)
  13. The Eighth Wonder by Tania Farrelly
  14. A Weekend with Oscar by Robyn Bavati
  15. Super Geeks: Planet Pancake by James Hart
  16. The Lanternist by Stephen Orr
  17. Rollo’s Wet Surprise by Penny Macoun
  18. Shockingly Good Stories by R.A. Spratt
  19. The Shadow Arts by Damien Love
  20. Carly Mills, Pioneer Girl: The Lady with the Lamp by Jane Smith

All the books read and reviewed this month apart from one were by Australian authors, and they spanned many genres and topics. I’ve also been finishing up a few challenges – almost done, just a few books to tick off, and then I will be done. I have also recently been working on my quiz writing, which means more reading and will likely boost my reading lists as well. I have also participated in a few blog tours, mostly reviews as at this stage, I need to balance everything and schedule ahead of time – but overall, I am enjoying my reading and have read some really good books this year.

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