Monthly Wrap-Up-June 2020

Hi guys! Hope you are safe! Today I will be wrapping up my month of June. So, let’s begin.

My Bookish Journal Spread for June:

Books:

I started some new books but didn’t finish many during the month of June, either, although I do have a credible reason for this. I had my exam for admission to an MBA course in June so I was busy preparing for that.

  1. I started Elizabeth Acevedo’s Clap When You Land, and I am really enjoying it.
  2. I also started The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas and I can feel it will be very good.
  3. I started and finished Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid and it was a 5 star for me. Review to come.
  4. I also have to finish Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean At The End Of The Lane and Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed.
  5. I also started Mayhem by Estelle Laure.
  6. I am currently on Part 2 of Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. Six Parts to go!

TV Shows/Movies:

  1. I started watching Dark on Netflix and am loving it! I am currently on Season 2 and I can’t wait to watch the final season!
  2. I saw Parasite on Amazon Prime and I couldn’t stop thinking about it even after the movie ended. It’s a masterpiece, you guys! It’s freaking amazing! I can’t believe I didn’t see it earlier! Watch Parasite if you haven’t!
  3. Watched Klaus on Netflix with my mother and it was so sweet! Loved it!
  4. I also saw Moana and loved it too!
  5. I haven’t watched a lot of Marvel movies, so I have started by watching Black Panther on Disney+ and although haven’t finished it yet, it’s really good!

Music:

A list of my favorite songs/albums from last month:

  1. Girlfriend, a single by Charlie Puth
  2. No Song Without You, a single by Honne
  3. One Day At A Time, the latest album by Kodaline
  4. Lauv’s latest EP, Without You
  5. Goodbye, a song by Apparat (Also the intro song for the aforementioned show Dark)
  6. One Republic’s latest album, Human

How was your month of June? Let me know in the comments below!

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