It’s been hot as heck here in Las Vegas this month. I mean, uncomfortably so. I don’t spend much time outside when the weather is like this, unless I’m in the pool. And if I’m in the pool, I want to be laying in our new margarita pool float with a book in my hand.
Most of what I read this month, though, I read inside where there is air conditioning and iced coffee never too far out of reach. My kid has even taken to pick up a book off my shelf, slid back onto the couch and open it. “I’m mama!” he says, laughing hysterically. To his credit, he is pretty damn cute when he does it.
What I read in July
- UNTIL IT FADES BY K.A. TUCKER – It should not be held against the author that I took so long to read this book, I was simply busy. I did, in fact, thoroughly enjoy this modern Cinderella story. I’ll definitely have to check out other books by Tucker.
- GOODBYE, VITAMIN BY RACHEL KHONG – This was my July pick for BOTM club and it was such a lovely surprise that I wrote my own review for it. You can read that here.
- CONVERSATIONS WITH FRIENDS BY SALLY ROONEY – Absolutely loved this book. I owe it a real review, but for now all I can say is: pick up a copy for yourself.
- ALL GROWN UP BY JAMI ATTENBERG – Sadly enough, this book was a big let down. You can read my detailed review here.
Here’s what I’m currently reading:
- One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of this will Matter — I’ve had this one sitting on my TBR shelf for far too long. I need to finally dig in.