#TBR Plans for June #JuneTBR

We all have them, and at times we struggle to actually follow through. Well June’s TBR is full of proofs for review and blog tours but has me all excited! I already ticked a few off last week (they were meant for June!), which is okay because maybe I was over eager in book numbers or it just means I can squeeze in some of my loved yet neglected reads! Here goes!

Supper Club by Lara Williams: to be published by Hamish Hamilton (Penguin Random House) on the 4th of July (Already read, review to come)

This Mortal Boy by Fiona Kidman: to be published by Gallic Books on the 11th of July. (Already read. Review to come)

The Sign Of The Cross by Glenn Cooper: to be published by Black Thorn Books on the 4th of July (Currently Reading)

My Sister The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite that was published by Atlantic Books on the 3rd of January and is listed for the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2019

The Spider by Leo Carew: to be published by Wildfire on the 27th of June

The Scribe by A.A chaudhuri: to be published by Endeavour Media on the 8th of July

Stop At Nothing by Tammy Cohen: to be published in paperback on the 23rd of January 2020, but out in ebook format on the 18th of July through Transworld Digital

From Inside The House by WD Jackson – Smart: to be published by Panther Publishing in kindle edition on the 1st of July.

Stay tuned for reviews, but I want to know what’s on your hopeful TBR this month; drop me a comment!

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2 thoughts on “#TBR Plans for June #JuneTBR

  1. This looks like a really fab selection! I have Supper Club too but haven’t started it yet. I did read My Sister the Serial Killer and really enjoyed it, so I hope you do too! The others are all new to me, so I am very much looking forward to your reviews 🙂 then I’ll know which to add to my own TBR!!!

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  2. That’s some wonderful books. Enjoy 🙂

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