Review

July – September 2020 ~ TBR

Its tricky to write a TBR for the next few months, with the libraries closed for the last few months I’ve been trying to work through as books I’ve owned from a while but my plans could change if my library reservation system start back up again soon. I’m also feeling a little fatigued from reading – maybe its just all those readathons from June but I also want to slow down a little bit and maybe not be reading 6 books at once!

The Guilty Feminist ~ Yep, this is popping up on a TBR for the fourth time. I’ll get to it one day.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ~ Since reading the Magician’s Nephew in May I think I’m going to aim to read a book from the series each month starting with this one in July.

The Lido ~ I’ve been saving this one as it feels like a summer-y read

Don’t Touch My Hair ~ I’ve got this earmarked for the July round of ‘Off the Gridathon’

Spring* ~ Slightly delayed as the libraries have been closed, I still plan to continue with Ali Smith’s seasonal quartet  and I was lucky enough to get a copy of this from Netgalley

Summer* ~  To follow on from Spring, I also got hold of a copy of Summer, and yes I did do a little happy dance when those approvals came through

The Unicorn Project ~ The Reading Rush is back in July and after going through the challenges, I think I can cover three of them with this. The follow up to The Phoenix Project, is probably quite a niche topic but if you work in IT you may have heard of them

Followers ~ I bought this a little while ago and the concept sounds so interesting

How to be Fine ~ One of my most anticipated reads of 2020, I’ve listened to Jolenta and Kristen on the podcast By the Book for years so it felt right to get their new book on audio; I’m sure this is going to feel like a bumper edition of one of my favourite podcasts.

Titles marked * have been provided for free in exchange for an honest review.

What are you reading plans for the next few months? Do you plan your reading at all?

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