Another month gone and the slump is still strong. July was over in a blink of an eye, but looking back it always seemed to last forever.

I went on a short holiday at the beginning of the month and that feels like months ago. Since then, I almost went into full lockdown again, cause the numbers are going up and I’m still scared.

A new and fun thing is that we bought Paper Mario for the Nintendo Switch and it is addictive. I haven’t visited my Animal Crossing Island in over a week, because I just want to play Mario.

Other than that, not much is going on in my personal life. So we’re on to what happened this month in bookworld.

July in books

Books I read

I haven’t read as much, but I’m so far ahead of schedule that I don’t mind. This month, I read a total of five books, one being a study book for my writing course. I only have to read 2 books the rest of the year to reach my goal, so I think I’ll make that 🙂

Cover of Don't You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Books I hauled

I didn’t think I hauled books this month, but looking back, I actually have.

Got the Dutch translation from the publisher to review
Got the E-book from my library
Finally got this one from the library

July in the blogosphere

Yet again, I haven’t been blog-hopping as much. So I’ll just shamelessly put my own blog of July in this section:

Looking into August

Honestly, not much different than the other last months. Just sitting at home, working, reading and playing Paper Mario and Animal Crossing. Hope you all have a great August!