Wow it only felt like yesterday that I was writing and posting my monthly wrap-up for June… So without further ado here is my monthly wrap-up for July, 2018.
– Books –
In July I read a total of 13 books.
- Florida by Lauren Groff
- Warfare and Weaponry in Dynastic Egypt by Rebecca Dean
- The Shadow Emperor: A Biography of Napoleon III by Alan Strauss-Scham
- West by Carys Davies
- The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
- Heidi by Johanna Spyri
- Selected Poems by Anna Akhmatova
- Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
- Bitch Planet (Vol.1) by Kelly Sue Deconnick
- Paper Girls (Vol.2) by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang
- Edward II: The Man: A Doomed Inheritance by Stephen Spinks
- Teenage Writings by Jane Austen
- Snotgirl (Vol.1) by Bryan Lee O’Mallery
– Favourites –
- My first favourite of July was a new dress that my mum brought me (Its a Skater Style dress with 3/4 length sleeves and its red with little floral designs).
- My second favourite of July was finding a secondhand copy of 11.22.63 by Stephen King at a local bootfair in perfect condition for only 30p.
- My third favourite of July was actually a day out to one of my favourite places to visit…Dover Castle with my family.
- My fourth favourite of July was finally receiving my module result (I Passed! YAY!)
- My fifth and final favourite of July was actually a fizzy drink. My mum picked me a bottle of the new Exotic Mango Diet Coke up to try and lets just say I am slightly obsessed with it now!
– Blog –
Here are some notable posts from my blog this month:
- 5 books I hope to read this summer
- The Life of Henrietta Anne: Daughter of Charles I Book Review
- June 2018 Wrap-Up
- Mid- Year Freak Out Book Tag
- Meddling Kids Book Review
Here are some blog posts that I have enjoyed/loved this month:
- Jane’s Post ‘Sixes’
- Lauren’s Post ‘Elizabeth Gaskell’s Wives and Daughters Book Review’
- Yamini’s Post ‘First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers Book Review’
- What’s Nonfiction?’s Post ‘Zora Neale Hurston Curates a Life Story Spanning Africa, the Middle Passage, and the Jim Crow South’
– Bookish Videos –
Here are some of the bookish videos that I have enjoyed/loved this month:
- Ashleigh’s Video: The Stories Behind the Books
- Molly’s Video: HERstory: Mary Queen of Scots
- Adam’s Video: Memento Memo 02: Summer Season
- Marisa’s Video: 3 Political Memoirs (2018 Reads #4)
- Leynes’s Video: I Write in my Books | How I Annotate & Highlight
- Hannah’s Video: Bookish Summer LookBook!
How was your month? Did you have any favourites of the Month? If so, please do leave me a comment below.
(Photo is from Google Image/ Edit done by me)