Month in Review: July 2015


I’m still in Switzerland, but here’s what’s been going on with the blog during the last few weeks (hooray for post scheduling!). I’ll be back soon to catch up on comments and such. What have you all been up to?



Other Books Read

  • The Whispering Mountain by Joan Aiken – Review to come
  • The Cuckoo Tree by Joan Aiken – Review to come
  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee – Reread
  • Sophie and the Sibyl by Patricia Duncker – Review to come
  • The Shepherd’s Life by James Rebanks – Review to come
  • The Hired Girl by Laura Amy Schlitz – Review to come
  • The Marvels by Brian Selznick
  • The President’s Hat by Antoine Laurain
  • Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard
  • Armadale by Wilkie Collins – Back to the Classics Challenge
  • Fair Play by Tove Jansson
  • The Four Graces by DE Stevenson


Other Features and Events


Favorite Posts from Other Bloggers

Shared in the Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer and the Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up hosted by Feed Your Fiction Addiction

23 thoughts on “Month in Review: July 2015

    1. Thank you so much, that’s great! My design is actually by Stephanie of These Paper Hearts (although I did tweak her tweaks slightly). πŸ™‚


  1. Wow, looks like you got a lot of fun reading done this past month! I do really like these Wrap Up Posts – it’s fun to see what bloggers did all month, PLUS you can find really cool new to you blogs.



    1. I’m back now actually (shh, don’t tell anyone…) And yes, we brought back a whole lot of chocolate!

      I think there are lots of ways to do the wrap-up posts. I just thought about what things I wanted to keep track of personally, as well as to share with my readers. I’ll be interested to see how other bloggers do theirs.


  2. I like the bullet point style. I’m long-winded, so it would probably be good for me to adopt that instead. I also liked you sharing some of your favorite posts from other bloggers. There is never enough time to read the entire internet, so it’s always nice to have people say, “Here, take a look at this,” and give me something to focus on.


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