July reading didn’t go so well, I just sort of got out of the habit and took ages to get Read With Pride finished, and then kept leaving Shadowsea in places where I wasn’t so I didn’t finish it until yesterday. Oops.
Luckily I managed to listen to my audiobooks and one of Arthur’s homeschool projects was to read a book with me and review it, so I squeezed another one in!
So, as ever, time to shake up the TBR and pick some more books to not read!
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You (Remix) by Ibram X. Kendi & Jason Reynolds – The Young Adult version of Ibram X. Kendi’s best seller, ‘remixed’ by one of my favourite authors – Jason Reynolds. I don’t often get excited for non-fiction, but I am actually looking forward to this one.
You Should See Me In A Crown by Leah Johnson – This was a birthday present in June from Liberty and it looks like it is the kind of cute and fluffy I need for summer evenings.
Sweet Pea by C. J. Skuse – It’s been a while since I picked up a thriller, and if I have ever needed page turners, it is now!
Shropshire Folk Tales by Amy Douglas – This is more of a dip-in-and-out kind of book. I might try to read one a week between other things.
And on the TBL I have:
They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera – I couldn’t decide what to start next so I asked Liberty to choose off my list and she picked this one. Mostly because she knows it will make me cry. She’s nice like that.
Earpedia: Plants by Sue Perkins – My Amazon Original for this month is all about plants and I am stupidly excited about it. It’s been a while since I got to nerd out over foliage – I LOVED the Secret Life Of Plants when it came out. Plants are cool.
Let’s see if I get my mojo back this month!