Wrap Up

6 In 6 for the First Half of 2022

In August I saw Kal from Reader Voracious post the 6 in 6. A tag like post to focus on the first half of the year and take a good look back. Like the mid year book freak out tag but with lesser questions and a different angle. And that is always a good thing.

I had no idea this tag has been going on since 2012. Clearly I have been missing out!

6 In 6 was created by The Book Jotter! Share 6 books in 6 categories. You can find out more about the tag if you click on the link for The Book Jotter I just dropped in this paragraph. There is a lot of room to go about it in any way you want.

And I know it is now September, but I can’t resist still having a go at this. So here I am. And now I will remember it in time for next year. I hope.

Six Books I Enjoyed the Most From Each Month

Six New to Me Authors

Ali Hazelwood | Talia Hibbert | Adrian Tschaikovsky | T.L. Huchu | Aliette de Bodard | Shelley Parker-Chan

Six Series I Started

Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger
Edingburgh Nights by T.L. Huchu
Kelcie Murphy by Erika Lewis
The Dark Gods by Tara Sim
Eva Evergreen by Julie Abe
The Radiant Emperor by Shelley Parker-Chan

Six Series I Finished

Green Bone Saga by Fonda Lee
The Faery Rehistory by Sharon Lynn Fisher
Seven Devils by Laura Lam and Elizabeth May
Magycker by Adrian Stone
The Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell
Dominion of the Fallen by Aliette de Bodard

Six Covers I Loved

Six Four Books I Reread

Lake Silence
Wild Country
Magycker 1
The Darkest Part of the World

11 thoughts on “6 In 6 for the First Half of 2022

  1. Oooh, fun! I first heard about this tag this year, too. I love looking at posts that include favorite covers, though now I can’t decide which version of The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea I like better. (I have the other cover, and they’re both pretty but very different.)

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