What I Read in July

July was a strange month. I was supposed to be focusing on CampNaNoWriMo. I didn’t give my Camp project as much attention I would have liked. However, because of CampNaNoWriMo I assumed I wouldn’t be reading a lot of books. Somehow that prediction still came true.

Maybe I’m in a reading slump. Maybe the summer weather just shifts my attention to activities other than writing. Maybe I just need a trip to the beach with a good book to change my attitude.

Books I finished reading in July:


Books I’m currently reading:

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What books did you read in July? Have you been distracted by CampNaNoWriMo or other summer activities?

2 thoughts on “What I Read in July

  1. Is it sad that I had to open up Goodreads so I could remember what I read in July? I read the entire Nina Tanleven series by Bruce Coville (in ebook format; they don’t seem to be available in print. An old childhood favorite), Murders and Metaphors by Amanda Flower (which turned out to be the third book in a series. I hate it when I find a book in the middle of a series before I find the first one.), Tangled Webs by Irene Hannon, and Eye for an Eye by Dee Henderson (again, both books in the middle of a series). Clearly, I read more than I wrote for Camp NaNoWriMo. Maybe November will be better. Love me some NaNoWriMo.


    • Not at all! I when I’m on a reading spree the dates become a blur and the only way I know when I started and finished something is with Goodreads.

      My boyfriend and I both love going to our local used and vintage book store. He’s on his phone almost the entire time checking to make sure he doesn’t accidentally buy a mid-series book. I tend to just buy whatever looks interesting only to discover it’s part of a series later on. It drives him bonkers!

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