July Wrap-Up

I don’t know about you, but I still think things are just as crazy in the world as they were four months ago when we first went into lockdown in the UK. In the last couple of weeks I have started to go out a bit more; Iโ€™ve also been up to our local pub twice. It’s felt really good to get out and socialise with people but I’m still missing the regular bookish events I normally attend. Sadly I can’t see any of these events happening again until next year at the earliest.

I’ve been ploughing my way through books this months. I’ve now so far read a total of 88 books towards my Goodreads challenge of 160 by the end of the year.

I took part in four blog tours this month and I have included the links to them below in case you missed any.

All Fall Down by M.J. Arlidge

Left For Dead by Caroline Mitchell

Written in Blood by Chris Carter

The Next Widow by C J Lyons

My book buying has been on the up again this month, God knows how I’m ever going to get on top of my TBR pile ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. I turned twenty-five on the 13th July so I did receive a few gift cards to spend on books for my birthday. Of course I’d spent them within a couple of days!

I’ve ordered The Blossom Twins by Carol Wyer, Dead To Her by Sarah Pinborough, How To Disappear by Gillian McAllister, The Syndicate by G.J. Minett, Rewind by Catherine Ryan Howard, A Song of Isolation by Michael J Malone, The Heatwave by Katerina Diamond, The Storm by Amanda Jennings, Senseless by Ed James, Shed No Tears by Caz Frear and The House Party by Mary Grand.

The Blossom Twins: An absolutely gripping crime thriller (Detective Natalie Ward Book 5) by [Carol Wyer] Dead to Her: The most gripping crime thriller book you have to read in 2020 from the No. 1 Sunday Times bestselling author! by [Sarah Pinborough]

Rewind: An explosive and twisted story for fans of The Hunting Party by [Catherine Ryan Howard] A Song of Isolation by [Michael J. Malone]

Senseless: the most chilling crime thriller of the year by [Ed James]

Shed No Tears: The stunning new thriller from the author of Richard and Judy pick 'Sweet Little Lies' (DC Cat Kinsella) by [Caz Frear] The House Party: A gripping heart-stopping new psychological thriller for 2020 by [Mary Grand]

I have six blog tours coming up for August. The Big Chill by Doug Johnstone on the 3rd, Final Cut by S.J. Watson on the 4th, The Silence by Susan Allott on the 6th, Keep Her Quiet by Emma Curtis on the 7th, Hinton Hollow Deathtrip by Will Carver on the 10th and The Whispering House by Elizabeth Brooks on the 19th August.

At the moment I’m currently reading How To Disappear by Gillian McAllister and The Blossom Twins by Carol Wyer.

That’s all from me for this month. Let me know what you’re currently reading in the comments. Happy Reading!

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