Sunday, July 31, 2016

July Wrap-Up!

Hello! Today I'm sharing with you all my wrap-up for the month of July and I'm pretty excited about it! I didn't read as many books as I had hoped I would but I did read a lot more manga than I have in quite a while so I'm really happy about that. First, we'll start off with the books I read and then venture off into the graphic novels, manga, and end with my TBR that I might stick to so don't hold me to it! I usually don't do good with TBR's but I'll give myself a small one.

So, without further ado, here is my wrap-up for the month! And in case you want to see what books I got this month as well, be sure to check out my July book haul post! Okay, you may continue reading.



The Dragon Sphere by Abel Gallardo (review coming August 12!)





High School Debut by Kazune Kawahara (High School Debut #1) - Goodreads
Time Guardian by Tamao Ichinose & Daimuro Kishi (Time Guardian #1) - Goodreads
Princess Jellyfish by Akiko Higashimuro (Princess Jellyfish Omnibus #1) - Goodreads
Knights of Sidonia by Tsutomu Nihei (Knights of Sidonia #1) - Goodreads


So like I said earlier, I've been very bad lately at sticking to any of my TBR lists for the past few months. I've become more of a mood reader which is why I've been a little bit neglective of reading books and instead have been reading more graphic novels and manga lately. I'm still currently in that mood but hopefully, I'll be able to pick up some of these books and finish them before I pick up another graphic novel. All of these books on my TBR were copies sent to me for free in exchange for an honest review so be on the lookout for these reviews if one of these books look interesting to you. There will also be giveaways for some of these!

Dispocalypse by Michael A. Rothman - Goodreads
Red: The Untold Story by Angela M. Hudson - Goodreads
Tenderfoot by Abby Drinen - Goodreads


So that's it for my little wrap-up for this month! I'm actually quite proud of myself for having read more books than last month even if they were just graphic novels. It also helped me to get caught up on my reading challenge for the year so double yay! 

What books did you all read this month? What book was your favorite read of the month? Please let me know so I can ask you about a million questions about why you loved the book. Read on, bookworms! See you in the next chapter!

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