July 2020: Monthly Wrap-Up

How is it already August? I feel like Canada Day was just yesterday, and now it’s nearly autumn.

Reading Progress

I’m somehow still ahead of my Goodreads reading challenge! I read 4 books this month, and two of these were backlist titles.

I’m so glad that the library is open once again for curbside pickup — it’s so nice being able to read actual books instead of using my phone as an e-reader, especially for the many weekend afternoons I spent reading outside this month.

Book Purchases / From Publishers

I was approved for an e-ARC of Fable by Adrienne Young, which looks incredible!

I also was approved for an e-ARC of You Have a Match by Emma Lord, which is one of my most-anticipated 2021 reads. After how much I loved the banter in Tweet Cute, I can’t wait to dive into this.

Thank you to Wednesday Books for both! ❤️


One of Us is Lying | 2 stars | Fast-paced, but predictable and with cliched characters.

Loveboat, Taipei | 2 stars | I appreciated the important issues that were brought up, but they weren’t ignored in favour of the love square.

Take a Hint, Dani Brown | 4 stars | A thoroughly enjoyable and banter-filled romance, with a romantic hero that actively challenged toxic masculinity.

Station Eleven | 5 stars | A poignant and hopeful look at what it means to be human at the end of the world.

Other Posts

Favourites from around the blogosphere

Winding down

What were some of your favourite books/posts/moments from July? And what do you have planned for August? Let me know in the comments below.

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