Favorite book of the month: Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli and Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater (I am declaring co-winners, here. I'm okay with this.)
Longest in pages: City of Glass by Cassandra Clare at 561 pages
Total books ingested: 30
Audiobooks ingested: 1
Minutes spent listening: 603
Average minutes per day: 20
Total books read: 29
Total pages read: 6243
Average pages per book: 215
Average pages per day: 208
Did not finish: 0 (This number probably ought to have been higher, but I was feeling stubborn.)
This was a moderately strange month in a few ways. The number of short stories I read (and many of them were very short) did some curious things to the numbers and obviously made my page count much lower than it would have been. They were fun, though, so no regrets. Sometimes you just need something five pages long.
I completely fell off the boat of my monthly reading challenge (June was supposed to be "Adaptations," for reference. Which is a shame, since I have quite a few I am interested in reading. Not that that's going to stop me, clearly.), and I'm still behind on my yearly book number challenge, too.
I did finally finish an audiobook again (go me!) and have made hefty inroads on a few more.
Plans for July: actually write reviews, listen to more audiobooks, finish up The Raven Cycle (I'm just holding off because I'm not ready for it to be over), finally finish annotating A Feast for Crows so I can hand it off to my most-patient friend, who may have been waiting for it for at least a year now.
How was everyone else's June? Reading go well? How does it feel to be halfway through the year? Anyone else having trouble keeping up with their challenges?