Monthly Wrap-up: July & August TBR

I can’t believe that July is already over. I turned a year older during the month and in terms of reading, it was fairly okay. I  read 11 books and reviewed 10 of them.

Here are the books that I read during the month:

The Chosen Child by Linda Huber-4.5 stars

Click on the titles to read my reviews of the next ten books.

Blogging update: I posted 19 posts this month which included 10 book reviews, a monthly wrap-up post and weekly features (Top Ten Tuesday, WWW Wednesday and Friday Finds). Unfortunately, my stats are lower than they have been in a while so I am not sure what’s up with that.

August TBR plus personal update

August is likely to be a very busy month for me. I have a number of meetings at work starting this week. I am in charge of planning for these meetings and so they tend to be very engaging for me. At school, my semester ends this month with a number of term papers, assignments and exams. This means that I may not be in a position to read and blog as much as I usually do. However, if I get the chance then I do hope to read the following books in August:

I hope that you had a wonderful July. Have a superb new month.

13 thoughts on “Monthly Wrap-up: July & August TBR

  1. So many great books! I have just started The Girl From The Sea and I can’t wait to continue it now I’ve seen you gave it a 5 star rating. I hope you will enjoy your books this month! Happy reading. 🙂

    1. Thanks Yvo, I do hope that you will enjoy it. It was my first amnesiac thriller, I guess that is part of the reason as to why I liked it so much. Happy reading to you too:-)

      1. If you liked the theme, Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson is also a great read. 🙂 I can’t wait to continue reading The Girl From The Sea now!

  2. All of these books look so dark and mysterious from looking at their covers. Ten reviews in July is really awesome. I hope you get a chance to pick up the titles you mentioned in August and good luck with your exams and term papers!

  3. Congrats Dee. I admire your passion. I have a question, what’s happening to me? Nowadays i can’t even manage two books a month! or is it coz i keep drifting away to worlds where the characters exist, trying to interact with them there, trying to get into the writer’s mind and understand why he/she chose those particular characters for the narrative!

    Is that even normal??????? I love your book reviews!

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