|Please don’t try this at home|
The books I gobbled up in July:
- The Wonder Bread Summer by Jessica Anya Blau
- The Translator by Nina Schuyler
- The Queen’s Vow by C.W. Gortner
- The Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian
- A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving
- Mandatory Release by Jess Riley
- Tampa by Alissa Nutting
- The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison
- The Rebellion of Miss Lucy Ann Lobdell by William Klaber
- Zinsky the Obscure by Ilan Mochari
- Here We Are & There We Go by Jill Dobbe
- Pilgrim’s Wilderness by Tom Kizzia*
- The Perfume Collector by Kathleen Tessaro*
- Save Yourself by Kelly Braffet*
- The Last Summer of the Camperdowns by Elizabeth Kelly
- The Returned by Jason Mott*
- The Telling Room by Michael Paterniti*
*Review coming soon
July, you were so good to me! The weather was disgustingly hot but that did wonders for my reading. What else can a girl do when just blinking causes her to sweat? Read, that’s what!
How was July for you? What are you looking forward to in August? Let’s have a great one!
59 thoughts on “Goodbye July”
LOL, maybe I should quit this monthly update business until I do have a bad month? 😉
Goodness, you did do some gobbling! I had a few leisurely reads and am feeling quite the shirker. My excuse is that I was on the lamb (London, Ireland) with insanely great weather so out and about all day. Hoping to read more in August, but I do enjoy your monthly round ups!Sarah @WordHits
Oh goodness, I wouldn't mind going on the lamb in those places! 😀 I hope you have a great August Sarah!
Has anyone ever told you, you read too much!?
More than once my friend, more than once 😉
Wow lady! You did great in July!
It was a crazy good month!
Side note: It's still surprises me that we sometimes still need to tell people \”Please don't try this at home\” 😉
LOL, right? I didn't want someone trying to read underwater and then blaming me when it went wrong 😉