June 2020 ~ Book Haul

I think this is my first real monthly haul.  Below are all the books I’ve bought in June either directly or via subscriptions, not many of these have been read so I can’t give you thoughts/review but I have mentioned what made me pick each of them up.

White Fragility ~ Kindle ~ One of many books I’ve added to my TBR to educate myself more on the black lives matter movement.

Dark Days ~ Paperback ~  A collection of essay by James Baldwin, I read this pretty much as soon as it came through the door.

Find Me ~ Kindle ~ My Amazon First Rads pick for June, if you’re a prime member you can pick one free new release each month.

The Family Upstairs ~ Kindle ~ This was recommended to me back in February so when I spotted it on a daily deal I snapped it up.

Others ~ Kindle ~ This month I joined the Unbound Reading Club, as part of the membership you get an ebook each month and this was the June book, its a collection of pieces from a variety of authors around the feeling of ‘otherness’.

Out of Love ~ Paperback ~ While I was on the Unbound website joining the reading club this caught my eye, as the book had just been released I got my copy really quickly.

Don’t Touch My Hair ~ Hive eBook ~ I wanted to start buying books from Hive as it supports independent booksellers, unfortunately I found out afterwards that you can’t get their ebooks onto a Kindle so I’ll only be using them for physical books. I can still read this on my phone/computer so not a complete waste.

The Language of Birds ~ Paperback ~ I got this in my June reposed box, not one I’d heard of but sounds really interesting.

As June is my birthday month got myself a little present from Persephone Books browsing the website isn’t quite the same as walking around the lovely little London shop but it was quite exciting to see them come through the letterbox.

Audible also had a sale on last week so I picked up some that I’ve already read but really enjoyed;
The Humans
A Little Life

Do you find hauls interesting? If you’ve read any of these please let me know what you thought!

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