July 2016 Reading Tracker

You can also see what I read in June.

Books Read: 

  1. The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson
  2. The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
  3. A Week of Mondays by Jessica Brody
  4. Twist by Karen Akins
  5. The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst
  6. Everland by Wendy Spinale
  7. Giant Days by John Allison, Lissa Treiman, Whitney Cogar
  8. The Art of Holding On and Letting Go by Kristin Bartley Lenz
  9. Library Wars vol. 13 by Kiiro Yumi
  10. Library Wars vol. 14 by Kiiro Yumi
  11. The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee
  12. Who Needs Magic? by Kathy McCullough
  13. Girl Against the Universe by Paula Stokes
  14. This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith

Books On Deck:

  1. Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake
  2. Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton
  3. The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge

Books Bought:

  1. This Song by Victoria Schwab (ARC upgrade) (I technically wound up with two copies of this book. Plus the ARC for now. Just . . . don’t talk to me.)
  2. Girl Against the Universe by Paula Stokes (I am not, it turns out, immune to unbelievable deals where I can buy a hardcover for 7 dollars and change)

Gifted Books:

  1. The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima

ARCs Received:

  1. The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst

Related: Follow my progress with my BEA 2016 books.

July 1: Remember when everyone got to vote on what I would read in July and in what order? Well my books on deck has the final rundown. Of course, being a contrary human I now want to read other books but so it goes.

July 25: Started Everland. It’s okay but unless something really changes in the course of the novel, I don’t see myself keeping it.

July 26: I have many duplicate books, several books I’m not reading, and I just need to start weeding my home library again. Teen volunteers were horrified that I own over 200 books and now I’m horrified too.

July 29: I’ve been feeling really scattered this week so I decided to take some time to re-read my favorite book, Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta. It was very soothing and the book totally held up and for whatever reason I felt a lot more centered afterwards.

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