Hello again everyone! Can you believe how quickly this year is going? It’s now only three weeks until I go to Reading festival, so I should probably started planning which bands I’m going to see (other than Waterparks, who are a given).
After the failure that was June, I’m proud to say that my reading slump is officially over!
Well, slightly over. I keep wanting to read but not reading, because I’m spending so much time playing Pokemon Go. Most of my friends have it, so I’ve been being a lot more sociable and spending time with them before they all go back to uni in September, and it’s been extremely lovely. I don’t mind that I’m not reading as much, because I’m going to look back on this summer as one of the best I’ve had.
That being said, I did still manage to read 24 books in July.
Yep, even though I didn’t read for ten days in the middle there.
There are 8 graphic novels in that total, but that still puts me on reading 16 books, and the 3 non-fiction titles I read this month were really quite chunky. I’m very proud of July Alyce!
For the #2016ClassicsChallenge, I read both ‘Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit’ and ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, which means I’m all up to date and ready for August.
For my personal series challenge, I didn’t really read anything. I need to get caught up on this, because at the moment finishing series is still the area where I’m least successful.
The best books I read in July?: