June’s TBR / Life Update

Children of the Revolution by Peter Robinson Before the Poison by Peter Robinson Tangerine by Christine Mangan Line of Fire by Andy McNab In My Sister's Shoes by Sinéad Moriarty Bad Boy by Peter Robinson Piece of My Heart by Peter Robinson Whatever. by S.J. Goslee Learning Curves by Ceillie Simkiss With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo These Witches Don't Burn by Isabel Sterling The House of Impossible Beauties by Joseph Cassara Karamo by Karamo Brown Naturally Tan by Tan France Like a Love Story by Abdi Nazemian My Story by Elizabeth  Smart Going Off Script by Jen  Wilde Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi Cold is the Grave by Peter Robinson High Heat by Lee Child Private Vegas by James Patterson The Trial by James Patterson Hidden by James Patterson Malicious by James Patterson Diary of a Succubus by James Patterson Detective Cross by James Patterson Nooners by James Patterson French Twist by James Patterson The Dolls by James Patterson Hunted by James Patterson All I Want for Christmas is You by Lisa Mondello The Christmas Mystery by James Patterson We Contain Multitudes by Sarah Henstra Noelle's Golden Christmas by Tamie Dearen Stealing Gulfstreams by James Patterson An Unexpected Widow by Carré White Private Gold by James Patterson Killer Chef by James Patterson The Lawyer Lifeguard by James Patterson The Medical Examiner by James Patterson Little Black Dress by James Patterson


Pride posts I did this month:

Pride Flag Book Tag

Pride Month Post 5 : My Top 5 Lgbtqia+ books I read This Year

Pride Month Post 4: Positive Quotes By LGBTQIA+People

Pride Month Post 3: Celebrities That Came Out In 2019

Pride Month Post 2: Trans And Disabled Dominick Evans

Pride Month Post 1: All The Lgbtqia+ Books I Read This Year


I read 41 books this month, which is good. As you guys know, I went to my new endocrinologist, and I was treated better compared to my other two endocrinologists. I do have a long way to go in this process so sending me good vibes won’t hurt. I made the decision to keep my medical results private, or at least private for now.


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