July 2021 Wrap-Up

July, and dare I venture a guess at August as well, are going to be low points in my reading this year. I already hit my personal goal of fifty-two books (currently at fifty-seven), so anything else is just a bonus. With work being a lot busier now (I work in the live events industry and everyone in the UK that wasn’t able to put events on now seems to want to), I find myself getting home at night and having energy enough to read anywhere in between five and ten pages. With such lofty numbers, my reading will be a bit meh. I just need to get used to actually having to work long, physical days again and I’m sure I’ll be able to manage fifteen pages every now and then! More time at work means more audio books, at least.

I’ve barely been able to log in to read other folks’ posts. But, I’m hoping to get back into the swing of that as well. Bookstooge, I shall log in as often as I can to keep cheering you on against your niece in the battle of the belly 😉

 

Books Finished: 3

Total Pages Read: 1,393

Audio Books Finished: 3

Total Time Spent Listening: 28hrs 16mins

Average Rating: 3.6 out of 5

Non-Review Posts: 1

 

Physical/E-Books Finished:

 

The Black PrismMurderFinal Girl

 

The Black Prism by Brent Weeks

Murder: The Biography by Kate Morgan

The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

 

Audio Books Finished:

The Remaining Duty Calls His Bloody Project

 

The Remaining by D.J. Molles

Duty Calls by Sandy Mitchell

His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet

 

Non-Review Posts:

Book Haul

12 thoughts on “July 2021 Wrap-Up

  1. Goodluck mate. It was quite adjustment to get used to working again for me too and i feel you with regards to reading after a long day. Ten pages is still a lot by my standards… Events have been cancelled here by us as people were idiots and our numbers spiked in july. Lucky i got my second shot in yesterday

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    1. I enjoyed it for the most part. Gave it a 4. I felt some of the characters had zero idea what they wanted to do and, for the majority, the female characters needed some work in order to make them feel more real.

      What made you put it down?

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