The big news of the month was my sudden travel up to the North of France for some unplanned family time that forced me to put my blog on the back burner for a few days. The longest days of the year. That is when I realized I truly was addicted to blogging as much as reading. I can’t dissociate the two activities anymore. It is a good news. I think. At least for me. I can’t talk for my hubby, whose time with me has dwindled a bit because of my awfully busy schedule.
Anyway, I am glad July is over. It is my least favorite month of the year. With December. And January. July is useless because August has more fun. December is annoying because of Christmas songs / gifts / spirit. January is always too long and has the bittersweet taste of a morning after a night at the pub trying out all the shots on the menu, combined with a massive 30-days long headache and cold.
Books I read in July
(Clicking on the title will take you to the review if it available)
Heir of Fire, Sarah J. Maas (won’t be reviewed)
My Husband’s Son, Deborah O’Connor
Books I purchased
I stopped trying to grab the meaning of the concept of book buying bans. Every fiber of my being rejects the notion. What can I do?
Books I received for review
Good Girl Bad Girl is actually a paperback. I did another little waffle dance when I received it because it is my first physical ARC ever.
Book of The Month Award
This month’s award goes to The Summer That Melted Everything. What do you mean, I have already talked about it for a week and it’s time to move on?! It will be time to move on once every reader around has read and experienced this book! Let’s hear a round of applause for the story that made me cry, where hundred of others failed to do so.
Not a lot to report on this side, I was AWOL for two weeks and have been slowly returning to my usual schedule.
This Week In Books
That’s a wrap! How did June treat you? Do leave your wrap-up link in a comment below and I’ll pop a visit!