As this is the first Sunday of July, you’ll get my best June reading wrap-up.
In my private life
The great and good news this week was that my daughter passed all her exams! She has now her bachelor degree and can enjoy her holiday before beginning what will normally be her first master next year!
We are very proud of her!
Then I am finalizing my preparations for my London trip next week with my daughter! You won’t have a Sunday post next weekend even if I have planned some posts ahead.
This week I was very suprised to get a mail from our London host (this time we went for renting a studio instead of a hotel room) asking that I email them a photo of my passport and a photo of my credit card!!!
NO WAY would I do that as these are sensitive informations and mail is absolutely not a secure channel. But after contacting Booking.com, the platform from which I had booked our studio, Booking people told me not to worry.
And indeed, I soon got an apology mail from our host telling me that they understood and that I just had to show the ID and card at check in.
And as usual, I am sharing some reels with you…
This one of my latest book edge painting…
And this one for some of the books that I have but haven’t read yet!!!
I have read only 10 books in June. It was a slower month but I had some great reads nonetheless!
Here are my favorites (click on the graphic to read the post)
For pride month, Farrell Covington and the Limits of Style by Paul Rudnick was an excellent choice! Poignant and acidic , darkly funny too!
A Flicker in the Dark by Stacy Willingham was a very efficient psychological thriller! It truly was smoke and mirrors.
Love, Theoretically by Ali Hazelwood is like comfort food: sweet, rewarding and warm. I adored the smart banter in that one!
And my favorite this month, very eye opening, was The Bandit Queens by Parini Shroff.