June Wrap Up

I feel like I’ve thought my reading has been off for a while now, but June really pulled a “hold my beer” on that thought. I read a grand total of 11 books and a lot of times reading really felt like pulling teeth. But I really enjoyed a lot of what I read so I’m excited to get a chance to talk about these books in the reviews I hope I’ll post soon, if I haven’t posted them already.

June Wrap Up || Firewhiskey Reader

Books Read in June by Star Rating

5 Stars

4 Stars

3 Stars

Cover of Harbor by Rebekah Weatherspoon
  • Harbor by Rebekah Weatherspoon

2 Stars

Cover of Guardian in the Storm by Carla Cassidy


  • Total Books Read: 11
  • Format Consumed: Physical (3), Ebook (6), Audiobook (2)
  • Source: Owned (2), Hauled (5), ARCs (3), and Borrowed (1)
  • 4 Authors of Color
  • 2 Books with LGBTQIA+ Representation (or three depending on how you count them. I counted The Secret Lives of Church Ladies because several of the short stories included sapphic characters as main characters and Harbor due to two main characters being into more than one gender. You could argue that there is a prominent character in The Revival of Opal & Nev who gets enough page time for me to count him, but he isn’t a titular character or the narrator so I opted against it. However, if you are looking specifically for that representation, it does exist within those pages.)

My Posts from June

Posts from Around the Internet

There are so many more posts around the internet that I could really spend a much longer amount of time directing you to, but instead, I’ll ask you to share either your favorite post of someone else’s or your favorite post you made!


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