The 'Six in Six' meme was started by Jo at The Book Jotter in 2012. I've never done the meme before, often intended to, but never quite got around to it. This year I thought I'd pull my finger out and actually do it.
Jo's 2019 post is here.
What is it all 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.
The categories are listed in Jo's post.
What do I need to post?
Simply choose six of the categories and list six books under that category. Some bloggers use pictures, some put excerpts of reviews. The main thing being it is six categories and six books. Of course if you want to do a shorter version, then just post something about six books you have read in the first six months of 2018.
I'm going to use pictures to illustrate my choices.
The first category I've chosen is:
Six books from the non-fiction shelf.
Six book covers I love:
(Strange that these are all murder mysteries.)
Six authors I have not read before:
Six trips to Europe:
Six books that are related to the Great or Second World war:
Six authors I read last year - but not so far this year
Well that was fun! I hope lots of other people will join in and share what they've been reading for the first 6 months of 2019.