Ooof, it is nice to feel like I’m back into regular reading patterns again. It’s only taken… six months. Even with it taking me a week to get through one novel in June, I still had a total of seven. While I am still trying not to treat reading as a numbers game, it’s still nice to feel like I’m back to my old self.
PAST MONTH’S READING:
- Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero (horror – 2.5 stars)
- The ABC Murders by Agatha Christie (mystery – 4 stars)
- A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow (fantasy/retelling – 3 stars)
- Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows #2) by Leigh Bardugo (fantasy – 4 stars)
- The Eleventh Doctor Tales by various authors (sci-fi/media tie-in – 4 stars)
- House of Salt and Sorrow by Erin A. Craig (YA fantasy – 4 stars)
- A Remarkable Woman by Jules van Mil (historical fiction – 3 stars)
I have a YouTube channel where I promote Australian books using the hashtag #AusReads, and also indulge my compulsion for signing up to readathons. Here are the latest videos:
That heading has always said “favourite bookish photo” in the past, but recently I’ve been branching out into Reels rather than photos. So now this section can be for either and I’ll post whatever type of content I’ve enjoyed most during the month.
You can see all my bookish content (plus some RL as well) on my Instagram.
Physical book: By the time I’m writing this, we’re already a week into July and I’ve finished two more books. However, I’m planning to start The Ghosts of Paris by Tara Moss today. I really enjoyed the first Billie Walker book and I’m keen to dive into this one.
Ebook: Nothing at the moment.
Audio book: Nothing at the moment.
PLANNING TO READ NEXT:
I only went to the library the other afternoon to use the bathroom, but when I walked past The Ruby’s Curse by Alex Kingston and Jane Raynor on one of the display shelves, I simply couldn’t resist. I’ve been feeling very nostalgic for Doctor Who lately and reading quite a lot of the books. This is such a beautiful hardcover. I keep just picking it up. I hope the content lives up to expectations!
What are you reading? 🙂