Tuesday, August 2, 2016

July 2016 Wrap Up

July 2016 Wrap Up
My month in review. Let's see how I did!

Books read

In order to meet my Goodreads goal of 100 books, I need to read 8.33 books per month. According to Goodreads, I've read 21 books this month. I don't think I've ever read that many books in a single month. Ever. Yowza!

  1. Fated by Donna Augustine
  2. Dead Ink by Donna Augustine
  3. Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  4. Killer Instinct by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  5. All In by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  6. A Demon Bound by Debra Dunbar
  7. Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
  8. The Ones by Daniel Sweren-Becker
  9. Hell Is Coming by N.P. Martin
  10. Ghost Gifts by Laura Spinelli
  11. Satan's Sword by Debra Dunbar
  12. Elven Blood by Debra Dunbar
  13. Devil's Paw by Debra Dunbar
  14. Imp Forsaken by Debra Dunbar
  15. Angel of Chaos by Debra Dunbar
  16. Kingdom of Lies by Debra Dunbar
  17. Make Me by Lee Child
  18. Three Wishes by Debra Dunbar
  19. Never Go Back by Lee Child
  20. Demons of Desire by Debra Dunbar
  21. Hawkweed Prophecy by Irena Brignull

July Reviews

Unwanted by Jennifer Estep

Overall

A great reading month but that's about it. I binge-read several authors but wrote almost nothing. Balance is still a problem and there are several pending reviews I need to finish.

Going to concentrate on getting my TBR review pile cleared so I can go back to reading what I want, when I want. Read whatever I wanted in July and had so much fun!

Finally watched all the Harry Potter movies, which is sorta book related. Made me want to reread the series, but I need to catch up on my outstanding review copies first. A new goal!

How was your July? Anything fun happen? I taught my dog to play tug-o-war and read lots of books, but that's about it.

Can you believe it's August already? Here's to the end of Summer! Happy reading!

5 comments:

  1. You were a busy bee, that's for sure!! Happy August!

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  2. July was busy for me, too, with both reading and travel. Spent three great days in Abingdon, Va., where I saw two good plays--one a musical and one a comedy/drama. Finished reading, among other books, Did You Ever Have a Family, which I really liked.

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  3. Oh my gosh! That's like a book a day!!! You rock!!

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  4. Scary to think that's the first half of the year gone.

    Sounds like July was a wonderful month reading wise for you. Here's to getting that TBR pile down, to reading those books sent for review, to reading what you want when you want

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  5. Wow! You must have really put some serious time into reading. :) Hope things are going well for you!

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