July has been a fantastic month. Not does July bring the end of the school year, but this year I have had two holidays in July…although maybe one doesn’t quite count as a holiday as it was a school trip to Disneyland and Paris, but that counts in my eyes. I also spent the last week of July lying by a pool in Malta, which was lovely and so relaxing and getting away from the country as soon as school finished was an excellent idea and meant that I actually switched off straight away.
Despite July being hectic in terms of being all over the place and finishing school, it has also been a fantastic month for reading as I have read 6 and 2/3 books, the most of any month this year so far.
I started the month with Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
My next read, Alan Hollinghurst’s The Stranger’s Child is my unfinished book for various reasons. However I am still counting it towards my TBR Pile as I was over halfway through the book before I out it aside.
And then onto holiday reading. I started with Fiona Walker’s Kiss and Tell .
I also read the following three books, however their reviews won’t be up until August:
Giovanna Fletcher’s Billy and Me
Robert Galbraith’s The Cuckoo’s Calling
Katie Fforde’s A French Affair
July has been a fabulous month and I have enjoyed the opportunity to relax and just read, knowing I can do that without having to think about nine million other things.
I hope everyone else has had a lovely July! >