Oh, June. You’ve been one of those months. Somehow all my good reading and blogging progress seemed to go out the window. You were the month of living alone, break in paranoia, reading slumps and blogging fails. You were good and you were bad. You were the month where a nation was divided and you were the month where I remembered I had a life outside of blogging (no matter how much I ignored it).
Can’t Stop Listening
Girls Like Girl – Hayley Kiyoko
Bored To Death – Blink 182 (because I will always love this band)
Therapy // The Square Root of Summer // Top Ten Clues Your Clueless // Maresi // Summer Days, Summer Nights // Young Widows Club
Metaphors and Moonlight: Feminism and Double Standards In Books – Emotion // Realism in Books – Injuries // Why Negative Reviews Can Be A Positive Thing
So Obsessed With: A Love Letter To Reading
Paper Fury: How To Translate What The Bookworm Creature Is Saying // Who Is The Intended Audience For YA Books? (And Does It Even Matter?) // What Does A Book Blogger Actually Do?
Fine Print: What’s The Most Important Part of a Book?
Of Dragons and Hearts: Reading Novellas // Gone To The Movies: The Breakfast Club (because you’ll want to see someone else’s thoughts on the film)
Boats Against The Current: Likes and Dislikes In Character Descriptions // How Did You Choose Your Blog Name?
Feed Your Fiction Addiction: Is Celibacy Shaming a Thing?
Reviews From a Bookworm: Series: Is The Final Destination What Really Matters?
Nellie & Co: It’s Time To Stop Using Sexual Assault And Rape In YA As ‘Plot Development’ Or ‘Character Personality Shifts’
And a link to 100 Days In Fonts because it’s just so pretty.
How has your month been? Anyone read a good book or a really interesting post online which you want to share? Tell me all because I’d love to chat.