July was a month of burn-out. It’s that simple. I was just done with everything.
Apparently that included books.
That isn’t to say I didn’t try to read. I just didn’t read a lot.
I’m still loving Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, but there were a lot of days in July when I just didn’t have the energy to invest in enjoying the story. I’m not used to feeling like this, but I took some time to reflect on it and I’m sure it’s only temporary. Soon I’ll be ready to read again.
Books I’m currently reading:
What books did you read in July? Have you ever felt so burned-out you couldn’t muster the energy to read?
2 thoughts on “What I Read in July”
I love that book. I read it in college, which made all the footnotes and references to fictional texts even more entertaining somehow. I think that makes me a nerd? Lol.
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I’m loving the footnotes! They remind me a bit of Discworld in how they somehow add to the story and worldbuilding instead of distracting from it.
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