My reading list for August and July recap


In July I

This month I am planning to read a bit more as I will be off for a few weeks. I want to

  • continue The Grass Crown by Colleen McCullough. Be prepared to see that book on my list for the next few months.
  • finish Latte Trouble by Cleo Coyle

and read

    The rest is up to my mood.


How was YOUR reading month?

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  1. I finished three books and started four, got to interview the author of one of them and I’m still in awe, wrote some tips to blogging and… totally non-book related, dyed my hair dark after a year blonde and a month as a redhead. All those trips to the hairdresser were obviously amused by books.

    In August I am planning to keep reading this much and maybe create some reading lists for the non-existent literature classes I will have this fall term. I’ll do research around your blogs to help me made these lists 😉
    Elena’s last post ..Lady Weeping at the Crossroads


    • Dyeing twice in such a short time? And you only made it one month as a redhead? I take it red is not your color.

      Creating reading lists is always fun. Are you going to share them with us?


  2. Oops. I was going to give M.C. Beaton a go, but you’ve rated both books only two stars. Not highly recommended, I guess? Again, I admire the fact that you can stick to a few books and finish them. As always, I’ve got way too many books on the list. August will be largely dedicated to Jane Austen and continuing with Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84.


    • I suggest you give it a go. The series is long and just seems to be deteriorating. It is definitely formula, but fun, at least in the beginning.


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