The year is half over, and so is summer vacation. Nooo! It’s going by too quickly. Even though I’m not a fan of the heat, I am enjoying the extra reading and blogging time. I’m also one month done with the 20 Books of Summer reading challenge. So far, so good! In June, I read:
- 9 books total, including
- 8 review books from NetGalley;
- 5 of those were “backlist” titles, and
- 3 of those were audiobooks.
I’m listening to audiobooks again! My ears are very sensitive, and earbuds and regular headphones don’t work for me. But luckily I found some soft headband headphones that work perfectly. I think they’re meant for sleeping, but I use them for walking. They even fit comfortably under my sun hat. :-)
On the blog, I added pages for “Books Read in 20xx,” beginning in 2010 when I started blogging. The tabs are at the top. Some of the pages are still under construction, but the project should be done this week.
Also, Bloglovin’ is working again, after I complained about it last time, lol.
Read Since Last Time:
THE FAVOR by Nora Murphy
THE ANATOMY OF DESIRE by L. R. Dorn
THE DEAD ROMANTICS by Ashley Poston
142 OSTRICHES by April Dávila
IN ANOTHER LIGHT by A. J. Banner
Posts Since Last Time:
THE GIRL IN THE MIRROR by Rose Carlyle [Review]
THE FAVOR by Nora Murphy [Review]
THE ANATOMY OF DESIRE by L. R. Dorn [Review]
THE DEAD ROMANTICS by Ashley Poston [Review]
THE IT GIRL by Ruth Ware [Review]
THE SAFE PLACE by Anna Downes
Superbly tense and oozing with atmosphere, Anna Downes’s debut, The Safe Place, is the perfect summer suspense, with the modern gothic feel of Ruth Ware and the morally complex family dynamics of Lisa Jewell.
THE HOUSE ACROSS THE LAKE by Riley Sager
Be careful what you watch for…
Packed with sharp characters, psychological suspense, and gasp-worthy plot twists, Riley Sager’s The House Across the Lake is the ultimate escapist read…no lake house required.
Thanks for stopping by & have a wonderful week! — 𝓓𝓲𝓪𝓷𝓪