July TBR

Posted July 10, 2020 / Book Lists, Features, TBR Lists / 1 Comment

My monthly TBR feature here shows my progress based on last month’s TBR, my plans for this month, and anything else I might be thinking about from a reading perspective. Sometimes I feature a little poll at the bottom so you guys can help me figure out a certain title I should read from a group of books.

Update from June, Moving Forward to July:

June was another horrible reading month – the worst in quite a few years… since I started blogging maybe? Five books! I read some good ones though, so I can’t complain about most of the quality… I decided to pull my leftovers from June that I want to read and a few books I hope to get to in July. No categories of any kind, just books.

Must Read

The Fell of Dark

My only must-read book, technically, is for book club. We selected THE FELL OF DARK. It comes out next week so I’ll probably try to read it right away. I haven’t preordered it yet because I want to see if it ends up on Scribd or through the library, but I’ll buy it if needed!

Leftovers from June to Read

I didn’t even glance at my TBR page for June when picking out my next read, so the category method didn’t fully work for me. The books I did read came from it, for the most part, so whatever works! Here are some leftovers I didn’t get to that I really hope to read in July:

Bookish and the Beast (Once Upon a Con, #3) Sunshine on Silver Lake: Includes a bonus novella

New for July

I’m going to focus my energy on egalleys (clearly) because I’m barely reading as it is. I should focus the little reading time I have on the required books I’ve promised to read! These are all coming up within the next month or so, with the exception of YOU HAVE A MATCH. I know I won’t be able to wait until closer to the pub date to read it. It’s my first 2021 review copy and I assure you it’ll be read before summer is over 😉

Recommended for You Well Played (Well Met, #2) The Black Kids You Have a Match

Reading Challenges

I’m not going to add anything here about reading challenges because I’m currently finding them too challenging to keep up with right now. If it fits by luck and by chance, I’ll include it happily.

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