July in a nutshell: 24 books, 6757 pages (roughly 1400 more than June). There were a couple of stinkers here, but mostly really good books, 3.6 average — 3 of them were 5-star!
I’m a bit frustrated with how behind I’m getting, 3-4 book posts a week just isn’t enough. I may have to grab a couple of 800 page books to slow down the pace so I can catch up 🙂
Still, all things considered, it was a good month around here between reading some great stuff, having a lot of fun with #IndieCrimeCrawl, and some great interaction with readers both here and elsewhere on teh IntraWebz.
Anway, here’s what happened here in July.
- Marah Chase and the Conqueror’s Tomb by Jay Stringer
- The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman
- Even Dogs in the Wild by Ian Rankin
- Bark of Night by David Rosenfelt
- The Butcher by Nathan Burrows
- Finest Sh*t!: Deviant Stories by Nick Kolakowski
- In the Eye by Robert Germaux
- Ink to Ashes by Russell Day
- Worst Case Scenario by Helen Fitzgerald
- Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey
- Heart of Barkness by Spencer Quinn
- Base Cowboys by Mark Farrer
- The Whole Armor of God by Iain M. Duguid
- Riding the Elephant by Craig Ferguson
- Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh
Physical Books: 1 Added, 2 Read, 24 Remaining
E-Books: 2 Added, 5 Read, 20 Remaining
Audiobooks: 3 Added, 2 Read, 6 Remaining
2019 Library Love Challenge
While I Was Reading 2019 Challenge
✔ A memoir or biography of a favorite celebrity: Riding the Elephant by Craig Ferguson
#LetsReadIndie Reading Challenge
2019 Cloak & Dagger Challenge
Worst Case Scenario
Humor Reading Challenge 2019
2019 Cloud of Witnesses Reading Challenge
How was your month?