June Reading List

How is it June!? I just cannot deal with that realisation right now, although I guess I will have to given the rather dramatic drop in temperatures. Enough about the weather though. Today it's time to talk about the books I've got lined up to read this month. Some I've already started, and while I may be biased (ahem...), I think it's quite a nice mix of titles this month. Here's what's on the reading list for June..

Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home by Emily Schuman-I love interior design and I love the Cupcakes and Cashmere blog. Put the two together and you have quite a winning combination. Emily's newest book looks just as fantastic as her first and it has all-new content which I think will mean people who aren't familiar with her blog will enjoy it as well. It's beautifully put together and features stunning photography so I cannot wait to delve in.

Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella*-This book was sent to me by Penguin last month and at first I thought it was another piece of adult fiction from Sophie Kinsella but it is actually young adult. Penguin know me well. I'm currently reading this and am really liking it so far. It's giving me Eleanor & Park vibes which is never a bad thing. The main character deals with anxiety and I think it's great seeing more authors explore and educate readers on this topic because it's not something we see a lot of in the YA genre. 

Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon-My first introduction to Kim Gordon came from Tavi's former blog, Style Rookie and then I think I read an interview with her in an old issue of Lula. Either way, she's one kickass woman and when her book caught my eye in the shops I knew it'd be added to my to-read list. Again, I'm not too far into it but I always like a good memoir so here's hoping this one is a good'un. 

The DUFF by Kody Keplinger-One of my book buys in Sydney was this one and it's been on my wishlist for a while so when I saw it on sale the inevitable happened. From what I can tell, and having only read one chapter so far it seems slightly Mean Girls-esque. The whole DUFF idea reminds me of the third wheel situation (story of my life) and it just seems like the perfect relatable and nostalgic read.

*Have you read any of these books before? What did you think of them? Be sure to let me know what's on your June Reading List or if you have any recommendations. 

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