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June 2015 Reads

Hello friends!  It’s been a while.  To get back into the groove of blogging, I’ve decided to recap my June book reads:986df44768d27621337bb8ba2c3be08bba57ccd0

Dead Six by Larry Correia

Sword of Exodus by Larry Correia

Into the Storm by Larry Correia

The Enchanted Castle by E. Nesbit

A Hero’s Guide to Saving the Kingdom by Christopher Healy

Called to Battle by Larry Correia

Wait Till Helen Comes by Mary Downing Hahn

The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth

The Master Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg

A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick

Oedipus Rex by Sophocles

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I’m actually surprised by what I read during this month. The title count is much higher than I expected.  I continue to love Larry Correia.  His Grimnoir books are EXCELLENT.  Just trust me.  His other books are highly enjoyable.  I re-read Wait Till Helen Comes as the book of my childhood. I read this a lot as a kid.  I LOVED it.  It’s strange and weird to read it as an adult and see what interested me as a tot.

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The Raven Boys was simply because I wanted to.  I love those books.  Alas, the final book won’t be out until February.  *tear*

I’m not going to recap them all.  But Call the Midwife was shockingly delightful and brought me to tears a couple of times.  I plan on reading the rest of the trilogy right away.

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If you decided, as a writer, to have a baby with a drug addict–that book would be A Scanner Darkly. 

*Anyhoosen, I got a fair amount of reading done with two bouts of the flu lately.  Surely we’ve had all the viruses by now, haven’t we?  Please…

As far as writing is going…it’ll get back to grooving along.  Right?  Right??

~Amanda

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