Month in Review: July 2020

The weird year that is 2020 continues into its second half. I made some announcements about future plans and my other blog (see below), and launched on my month-long Summer in Other Languages challenge of reading only in French. I only finished three books, but I count that as a win! Thanks to Emma of Words and Peace for organizing an online French book club, which was a really fun way to augment my reading and get some extra writing and discussion practice.



Other Books Read

  • For the Benefit of Those Who See by Rosemary Mahoney
  • Complètement Cramé by Gilles Legardinier – Summer in Other Languages
  • Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry – Reread, Summer in Other Languages, Back to the Classics
  • Toucher la vie by Thich Nhat Hanh – Summer in Other Languages

Other Features and Events

On my other blog

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

15 thoughts on “Month in Review: July 2020

  1. Well done for reading three books in French! I did manage one children’s book in Spanish (and the info on the box of our new cat feeders!) so feeling proud about that.


    1. I hope you get a chance to learn, Jessica. There are soooo many resources for independent learning now, plus online teachers like Emma of course.


  2. I am so impressed with your French studies. Great job! I have restarted my daily dose of Japanese, making sure I can recognize and read hiragana right now. I don’t really have anyone to practice with right now, but I can send text greetings to my friends anyway.


    1. I’m really impressed with someone who can study a very different language from their own. French and German should be relatively easy for me, but I still find them challenging. I’d be so intimidated by trying to learn one with a non-Western alphabet, so good job to you!


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