Favorite Read from July:
Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
Notable Quote from July:
Maybe love was superstition, a prayer we said to keep the truth of loneliness at bay. I tilted my head back. The stars looked like they were close together, when really they were millions of miles apart. In the end, maybe love just meant longing for something impossibly bright and forever out of reach.
―Leigh Bardugo, Ruin and Rising
The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line by Rob Thomas & Jennifer Graham
Open Road Summer by Emery Lord
Top Ten Favorite Classics of the Twentieth Century by Decade
Showcase Sunday #15
Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From
In My Life
Remember that hiatus I mentioned not wanting to take in last month's The Monthly Digest? Clearly it happened anyway, much to my chagrin.
And what exactly necessitated this hiatus? In short: my summer class. Fifteen normal weeks of schoolwork were crammed into this eight-week course. Let's just say that being sleep deprived and in a near-constant state of stress for this past month in particular did not leave me with any desire to blog.
But my class ends tomorrow and I have nearly a month's break until my fall classes start, so hopefully that means more reading and more blogging again. Along with everything else I need to do that's been neglected for the past two months now...
How was your July?