July Reading Recap

Another month, another stack of books off my mind while even more loom ahead.

My netgalley ratio is around 90% right now, which is INSANE. I”M STILL working through my “Read the Newbery winners since 95 challenge” and now considering if I even want to read those final 3 books…oops.  I also didn’t read a classic this month because I just didn’t feel like it.

Alright, without further ado, here is what I read in July 2020:

  • The Magic Fish (ARC) (graphic novel)
  • The Voting Booth (ARC)
  • You Are Not Alone
  • The Heir Affair (ARC)
  • Karen’s Roller Skates (graphic novel)
  • Daughter of the Heartland
  • Invincible Louisa
  • The Royal Art of Poison (audio)
  • A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor
  • They Wish They Were Us (ARC)
  • Normal People
  • The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (DAR Book Club)
  • Miss Meteor (ARC)
  • The Madwoman and the Roomba
  • Cleo McDougal Regrets Nothing
  • The Answer Is..
  • A Good Neighborhood

Wow…only 17 books. I’m kind of disappointed in myself, but I was sick this month (not COVID, lol) and some of them were really long (The Heir Affair…) but I have high hopes for August, including a few upcoming FFL book club picks, Why We Marched for DAR book club, a few older BOTM books, and an ARC or seven of course. Oh, and Midnight Sun!


One response to “July Reading Recap”

  1. Davida Chazan Avatar

    17 books is HUGE for me. I’m lucky if I get through 4 a month.


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