22 comments on “July Wrap Up

  1. Cheers to your good reading trend continuing!

    My favorite read in July was finishing the end of the Disillusionist series by Carolyn Crane and enjoying a peek into her other works through the anthology titled “Four Tales”. I also did not have any bad reads in July!

    I started “Celebrity In Death” by J.D. Robb this month and I am fully immersed in the “who done it” by one of my favorite authors.

    Do you plan to read the new offering to the Harry Potter world?

    • Glad to hear you had a good month as well, Gina 🙂

      I’m sure I will read the new Potter story, because my curiosity likely won’t keep me away for long 😛 As a huge fan though, I admit that I have my reservations. I only hope it doesn’t tarnish the near pristine reputation of the franchise. If early reviews are anything to go by though, I’m sure it is a worthy entry in the series.

      Will you be reading it?

      • Thank you! Now that I am back to my In Death books I know that I will have a few lovely months of reading. I believe I have twelve two catch up on. She is such a busy author!

        I believe I am going to skip the new offering and read her other offerings instead. One of the book buddies I exchange with is sending me her latest.

        Are there any books you are particularly excited about reading in August?

  2. Nice lot.
    My reading has plummeted – not a good thing – and I read James Herberts The Secret of Crickley Hall, a good story but overly long. And most of the way through Jeffrey Deavers really good book of short stories, Twisted.

    • We all go through reading slumps every now and then. I’m sure you’ll get back into the swing of things soon enough 🙂

      I read a Jeffrey Deaver a while back and thought it was pretty interesting so I should keep an eye out for more of his stuff.

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