July came and went, and it really has been a lovely month. In the beginning of the month I stayed with my best friend Amy for ten days (she’s the girl I make the Moody Book Monday posts with) and it was just the best. We got to just hang out, celebrate her birthday and she showed me Amsterdam. I loved it, it was amazing staying with my best friend and exploring a new country for the first time.
This is actually my first wrap up post ever, which is mostly due to the fact I just started blogging four months ago and I wasn’t as active earlier during the year. So now, what happened during July? Let’s summarize!
During July I have read the following books, I’ll be linking them to Goodreads so you can check them out and add them. While you’re at it, you should totally add me on there to see more of my bookish thoughts. My Goodreads.
- Interim Goddess of Love by Mina V. Esguerra
- Queen of the Clueless by Mina V. Esguerra
- Icon of the Indecisive by Mina V. Esguerra
- Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton
- Roller Girl by Vanessa North
During July I have reviewed 3 books on the blog. Some I enjoyed more than others but in case you missed one of them, you can read the reviews again and check out my thoughts.
Other Bookish Blog Posts
During July I’ve posted several book recommendations posts, as well as several different book feature posts. Here is a quick recap of them.
I’ve continued with my blog feature Freebie Friday where I recommend books that are currently free.
Another book recommendations post I made this month is “Olivia Chanel’s Book Restaurant” which got amazing response. In it I recommend different kinds of books depending on what you order at the restaurant.
I also posted a discussion post where I talk about all of the books I’m really excited to read in the future.
Amy and I did another Moody Book Monday, this time with the theme of which books you would want to put in a time capsule to be opened in 25 years.
During July I also started a new blog feature called YA Fantasy Gets Social Media and posted my first post about that. It was centered around Unicorn Tracks and is essentially an alternative universe of what it would like if characters in fantasy worlds had the social media we use today.