What I Read this Month

July 2020 Reads

My July reads were all really good! Be sure to follow me on GoodReads to keep up with my “real-time” reading!

I’m Still Here

This was Reese’s Book Club pick for July, and I think everyone should read this book! I wrote an entire blog post on I’m Still Here. Click here to read it!

The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires

I love all things vampire ( The Vampire Diaries is an all-time fave, and yes, I’m a Twilight nerd…Team Edward all the way), but I haven’t actually read any books about vampires, so I borrowed SBCGSV on a whim. It definitely was not what I was expecting, but I loved it! It’s a really quirky book but it’s also fast-paced and exciting.

Knightmare Arcanist

I was so happy to be on this book tour! This YA fantasy series has piqued my interest; I can’t wait to read the rest of the series. I will say, however, it’s definitely a younger YA than most. The characters and plot were not as complex as some YA books. Click here to read my review!

The Hate You Give

This is another book that has gotten a lot of attention recently, and I definitely recommend it to everyone! From the first chapter of The Hate You Give, I began to learn so much and become more aware of different perspectives than my own. A warning to any parents younger readers, though: there is a lot of “language” in this book, but the content is extremely important. It’s not an easy read, but it’s a must-read for sure!

The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

At the beginning of The 7 1/2 Death of E. Hardcastle, I was so confused about what the heck was happening to the characters. But once I got into it, I realized just how genius the plot was! If you’re looking for a page-turner that you can’t guess what’s going to happen, then this book is perfect for you!

Truly, Madly, Guilty

Any book by Liane Moriarty is amazing, and Truly, Madly, Guilty is no different! I absolutely love her writing style and how she can depict unique characters. Her stories are always so detailed, with a few plot twists and turns to shake things up.

What was your favorite book from your July reads? Let me know in the comments!

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