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June Monthly News

Welcome to the June edition of the monthly news!
I'm still not reading the amount of pages daily I would like. I feel bad being in a reading slump. I'm reading decent books, I just am having a hard time wanting to sit and read. The nice weather is here! I want to do things like exploring my province, and finding hiking trails or beaches to invade. 
Geez, Summer. It's all your fault!

Also I was forced to find a new subscription service for you guys. Feedburner decided to retire. Not sure why, but we figured it out. Hopefully you will sign up again for those email updates. 🤞
Back to literal Hell on Earth. It's been a heat wave. What about where you are?



BOOKS:
  1. The Hive by Gregg Olsen
  2. Timeless by R.A. Salvatore
  3. A Hand To Hold In Deep Water - Shawn Nocher
  4. The Past And Other Things That Should Stay Buried - Shawn David Hutchinson (recommend)

YEARLY TOTAL: 🌺 22 Books 🌺 4 Movies🌺


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Comments

  1. Hope you get a chance to go out exploring and enjoy the sunny weather. Happy July!

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  2. This heatwave is killing me 🥵 At least the hottest bit is past. It's only *check phone* 94F at the moment 🙃😭

    Hope you're doing well! Have a great weekend!

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    1. We had a couple days of cooler weather but the heat dome is back again today. The next couple of days are supposed to be super gross. I used to love summer, now.... UGH.

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