June Wrap-Up

June Wrap-UpJune has been a very good month here at Comma Hangover, not only have I read some amazing new authors but I have also published a couple other clips around the internet as well.

First some general updates! This month I joined BlogLovin’! If you are a user of that platform please follow me there.

I also created an author page on Facebook where you can follow me for updates.

Let’s start with the reviews posted this month:

Audiobook Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver
Audiobook Review: Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
Audiobook Review: Requiem by Lauren Oliver
Audiobook Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Audiobook Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Additionally, I started posting some book tags. Here are a few that I covered this month.

The Birthstone Book Tag
The Inside Out Book Tag
The Inside & Out Book Tag
The Ultimate Book Tag
The Alphabet Book Tag

Waiting on Wednesday

Last but not least, I am participating in Waiting on Wednesday posts. The weekly meme is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Waiting on Wednesday #1  // Butter:  A Rich History by Elaine Khosrova 
Waiting on Wednesday #2 //  The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti
Waiting on Wednesday #3 // The Ferryman Institute by Colin Gigl

I also did two Book Traveling Thursdays this week. You can see those posts here:

Book Traveling Thursdays // A Book I Want to Read This Summer
Book Traveling Thursdays // Favorite Book of 2016 (So Far)

I also had the opportunity to work the B*tch Magazine on a mixed tape. You can listen to the mix I created in the link below.

Bitchtape: Cityscapes

My contributions to Tell-Tale TV have continued as well. I have finished my coverage of the current seasons of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Orphan Blank. Then I started covering Orange is the New Black and Pretty Little Liars.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Top 7 Moments from ‘Kimmy Sees a Sunset!’ and ‘Kimmy Finds Her Mom!’ (Season 2 Episodes 12 and 13)

Orphan Black: Top 7 Moments from ‘The Redesign of Natural Objects’ (Season 4 Episode 8)
Orphan Black: 10 Reasons Why “The Mitigation of Competition” is the Best Episode to Date (Season 4 Episode 9)
Orphan Black: 7 Jaw-Dropping Moments from the Season Finale (Season 4 Episode 10)

Orange Is the New Black: The 7 Best Moments from the Season 4 Premiere
Orange is the New Black Review: Power Suit (Season 4 Episode 2)
Orange is the New Black Review: (Don’t) Say Anything (Season 4 Episode 3)
Orange is the New Black Review: Doctor Psycho (Season 4 Episode 4)
Orange is the New Black Review: We’ll Always Have Baltimore (Season 4 Episode 5)
Orange is the New Black Review: Piece of Sh*t (Season 4 Episode 6)

Pretty Little Liars Review: Tick-Tock Bitches (Season 7 Episode 1)
Pretty Little Liars Review: Bedlam (Season 7 Episode 2)

What have you guys been up to in June? Any fun reads or cool new tags you want to share? Send me a link in the comments and I will check it out. 

20 thoughts on “June Wrap-Up

  1. Wow, I can’t believe how much you did this past year. You’re total #Goals. A lot of the books you’ve reviewed are officially on my TBR list now, and I can’t wait to see what you think compares to what I think.

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    • Thank you! I’ve really committed to this blog! I think a part of this is because I want to write and not only do I want to write, I want to write more, both fiction and non-fiction, so I am trying to use the practice of blogging to exercise my brain and writing muscles. So I’ve been trying to go to bookish events in my area and such and write about them. I have a cool post that I should have up tomorrow or Sunday about an author I met this week.

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      • That’s awesome!! I can’t wait to read your new post. I think the more you write, the better it becomes. Like the new study that says that in order to be an expert at something, you need to practice for 10,000 hours! I wish you the best of luck, and hope that you just continue to improve and grow 🙂

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      • Thank you! I am trying. I have several things I am trying to pitch to magazines and submit to different places. I have outlines for different characters and all these really awesome ideas that I want to look into a little more before I start writing a story, but in the meantime reading a whole bunch of interesting and varied genres is helping a lot.

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    • I loved it and I am actually really glad that I listened to it as an audiobook because the performance was stunning. It has to be one of my favorite trilogies now and the funny thing is that a lot of what’s criticized about the trilogy are points that I actually really like.

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      • Yea I mean, I didn’t expect Lena to defeat “The Cure” entirely. I mean there wasn’t even really a face or figurehead for her to go up against! It was really Lena’s journey and I think that it leaves the world open for Lauren Oliver to play around with it a bit. She’s already written a series of short stories but clearly there are other parts of the America and I would be interested in seeing the upheaval in those cities as well. Especially since it looks like only the upper crust gets access to the news.

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