Six in Six – 2020 Edition

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The Six in Six is a meme created byΒ Jo at The Book Jotter and is in it’s eighth year! The idea behind it is that as the end of June (or July) approaches and we are then halfway through the year, Β let us share the books we have read in those first 6 months. In fact let’s shareΒ 6 books in 6 categories, or if time is of the essence then simply share just 6 books. Whatever combination works for you as long as it involves 6 books. Of course the same book can obviously feature in more than one category.

 

Six Authors New To Me

Six Books I Haven’t Reviewed Yet

Six DΓ©buts I Read or Listened To

Six Audiobooks I Loved

Six Espionage or Historical Novels I Enjoyed

Six Books I Read on my Kindle App

Which 6 books and categories would you choose?

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  1. 😍😍😍 AWWW LOOK AT THIS GORGEOUS POST – sooo manyyy beautiful books in it! I loveee these posts of yours Nicki and this is SUCH A FUN MEME! 😍😍

  2. I seem to remember you had a reading slump at some point. Considering that, you have been doing exceedingly well these 6 months in terms of reading! πŸ˜€

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