For most of this month I was in India, visiting family and relaxing. I ended up doing a lot of reading and writing this month because I didn’t have a lot to do with my time and was feeling a bit bored. I also started getting way more active on my tumblr blog (ihoardwords) where I reblog a lot of literature related things (graphics, poetry, prose).
Below I’ve linked up all the posts I published this month and you can check out any that you missed.
Everything Leads To You by Nina LaCour
Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton
The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings
Endgame by C. J. Daugherty
Unpopular Opinion Tag
Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag
I’d Love To Visit Randomocity!
Beautiful Blogger Award
Let’s Discuss: Reading Challenges – Pros vs Cons
Book Haul! (3)
Bookish Links I Love (1)
Beautiful People :: July Edition
As you can see, I haven’t been done as many book reviews this month and that’s not because I had a reading slump (I’ve been reading tons actually) but because I decided to branch out on my blog. I realised that I wanted to share more writing-related things on this blog so I participated in things like the 777 challenge and writing link-ups. This blog is always going to be more about the books I read than the stuff I’m writing but you can expect to see more writing related posts in the future
On a side note, feel free to let me know which blog features you liked best. I’ve added a few more because I want lots of variety on this blog (although I might end up killing some because I no longer feel passionate about them..who knows.)
So how did your month ago?
The Monthly Recap is a feature post where I catch you up on the posts you missed. I literally only started posting on this blog a week ago but what the heck, may as well kick off this feature now! 🙂
Book Review: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
In which I talk about how much I loved this book (and how freaking adorable it is!).
Let’s Discuss: What To Read Next?!
I talk about all the things that help me decide what to read next.
Book Review: The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski
And I finally get around to reviewing that book I received on netgalley months ago. Sorry! I meant to publish a review but then there was a blogging slump..and the rest is ancient history. Anyway, I’m catching up on my ARCs but I’ve ended up DNFing a lot of books (which might be why I haven’t published a review for them).
The Coffee Book Tag
I saw this at Paper Fury and couldn’t resist joining in (even though I don’t even drink coffee!). It was so much fun and if you want to try it, then I tag YOU!
This first month (or week) of blogging I had about 150 blog views, 70 visitors, 10 comments and 15 followers! Thank-you so much to everyone who took a chance on my brand new book blog and followed. To anyone who commented/liked/viewed/followed my blog: you guys are AWESOME (please keep visiting!).
So that happened! How has your month been? And since I’m 100% bored and procrastinating for exams, feel free to leave a link to a blog post you published this month! (If you have exams too, good luck!)