My Six in six #2021

Jo of the Book Jotter organizes this meme since 2012. Now what’s it about?

The idea being that as the end of June approaches and we are then halfway through the year, let us share the books we have read in those first 6 months. In fact let’s share 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.

Maybe I’ll still write a halfway wrap-up post of my reading goals, but I decided to join in with Six in six to show you the books I’ve already during the first six months of the year. I have chosen some of the given categories but I’ve also created my own to aim at as much diversity as possible. As I’ve ‘only’ read 24 book so far, some books will feature more than once.

Ok, here we go

Six classics

Nice on track with my classics club!

Six books that are part of a series

Six historical women I’ve read about

Six books that are not set in England

This proved more difficult than I thought 😅

Six books that feature an English king

Six books set in the 17th century

My top period so far this year!

I managed to include every single one of them at least once, hooray!

Have you read any of them? Please do share your ‘Six in six’.

8 thoughts on “My Six in six #2021

  1. I like the categories you’ve chosen. I seem to have read a lot of books set in the 17th century recently too, but I’m disappointed that I haven’t read six classics yet this year.

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  2. Excellent choices. I’m into royal history, but Victoria onward (though not the garbage they put out on Diana, Meg, etc), but I did read and enjoy Philippa Gregory’s Kingmaker’s Daughter (I grabbed it on audio for a last-minute road trip–didn’t realize in my rush that it was #4 in the series but listened anyway). Have you read this series: https://hopewellslibraryoflife.wordpress.com/2019/12/11/review-blog-tour-entertaining-mr-pepys-by-deborah-swift/

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  3. Thank you very much for joining in – I really must get round to reading more historical fiction and more classics – but work keeps getting in the way!

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