(Hi Dr. Nick)
So my July TBR pile had four books on it… and I read five! Woop!
…except three of those five books weren’t even on my TBR pile, so technically I failed at completing it. Sigh. I’ve been struggling with sticking to my TBR piles – I’m fine for the first couple books, but then I go off track and feel guilty when I don’t read what I’m supposed to. Which is frankly ridiculous because the only person who actually cares is myself.
For these reasons I’m going to stop making lists of the exact books I want to read in a month – instead I’m going to name two or three (depending on their length, etc.) that I really want to get around to and set a number of books I want to read over that month. This way, I can be more flexible and ditch this absolutely pointless sense of guilt.
So anyways, this is what I read over the month of July:
A God in Ruins – review
The Lies of Locke Lamora – review
The Muse – review
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (review coming soon)
Attachments – review
Overall, July was a great reading month for me – I thoroughly enjoyed all five of the books I read. 🙂
Reading goal = 5 books
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The Name of the Wind
A new Harry Potter book guys! Finally! I mean, yeah it’s a play, but it’s something! And Fantastic Beasts comes out later this year!
So what are you guys planning on reading in August? I’d love to hear from you!