In Review: July 2018

In Review

My birthday month and a doozy…In the end, my 28th July was a bit of rollercoaster of emotion, and one that I am happy to get off, to be honest. In fact, it’s one of those rides that kind of put you off any sort of excitement at all. I’m looking forward to a little quiet in August. I did get a lot of reading done though, especially towards the end thanks to a personal readathon I held.

Books Read: 23

Manga: 4

Graphic Novels: 5

Short Story: 1

  • Smoke and Iron by Rachel Caine
  • Bloodline by Claudia Gray
  • Night Shift by Stephen King
  • Medusa Uploaded by Emily Devenport
  • Only Human by Sylvain Nuevel
  • The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin
  • Rad Girls Can by Kate Schwatz
  • The Dark Fae by Terry Spear
  • The Door to the Lost by Jaleigh Johnson
  • The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare
  • Room One: A Mystery or Two by Andrew Clements
  • The Wolf & Her Moon by Louve Ch.
  • Mem by Bethany Morrow (Novella)
  • My Hero Academia Vol. 3 (Manga)
  • Delicious in Dungeon Vol. 2 (Manga)
  • Buso Renkin Vol. 1 (Manga)
  • Wolf’s Rain Vol. 1 (Manga)
  • Runaways Vol. 1: Find Your Way Home (Graphic Novel)
  • Han Solo by Marjorie Liu (Graphic Novel)
  • Black Magick Vol. 2: Awakening II (Graphic Novel)
  • Dragon Age Vol. 3: Until We Sleep (Graphic Novel)
  • Fables Vol. 2: Animal Farm (Graphic Novel)
  • The Geek’s Cookbook

Book Reviews

Challenge Updates! 

2018 Audiobook Challenge – In Progress 

Binge Listener Level: 20-30 Books

27/30

2018 Manga Reading Challenge – In Progress

5-30 Manga

8 Completed – Level 1 Completed!

Reading Through 28 – In Progress

12/28 Books

2018 Read Harder Challenge – In Progress

11/24 Tasks

Goodreads Challenge – In Progress

95/150 Book

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3 Responses to In Review: July 2018

  1. Wow, you did get a lot of reading done. I hope you have a nice, quiet August!

  2. Wow, you did great! Me, not so much. 😝

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