July Reading Wrap Up

July Reading Wrap Up

July was a great month for reading and new releases! I managed to get ahead of my planned out schedule to give myself time to reread Qualify and Compete before starting the newly released Win, which I am super excited for! And everything I read this month I rated at least a three, and actually had two five star reads! *insert mike drop here*

So let’s see the list know, shall we?

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I had mixed feelings on Before the Fall.dotted line separator34306090

The Other Girl was a suspenseful and intriguing page turner.dotted line separator25574782

Pretty Girls was gruesome, graphic, and exceptionally well written.dotted line separator16068905

Fangirl was so relatable and I LOVED it!dotted line separator33574211

Emma in the Night was a well written fast paced psychological thriller.dotted line separator27269701

The Knockoff makes for fun and entertaining beach reading.dotted line separator35106198

Broken Branches managed to really surprise me!

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Blog tour:

To celebrate the release of Ash and Quill, Rachel Caine did a guest post interviewing the popular character from The Great Library series, Scholar Christopher Wolfe!

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On the stack for next month:


So I apparently have a rhythm to my reading, which typically consists of one ARC and one backlist book per week. Why should August be any different? Technically, though, Win is not a backlist book, as it was just released mid-July. But I have been waiting since the moment I finished the second book in The Atlantis Grail series, Compete, for this one to come out, so it’s being bumped up!

What are you reading or planning on reading next?

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