August already! Can you believe it? I'll be reading Christmas books before I know. Anyway, here's a little wrap up of what I've been doing and reading this month:
What I Read
The Heavenly Italian Ice Cream Shop by Abby Clements
Fairytale Beginnings by Holly Martin
Life of Something Like It by Annie Lyons
The Sun in Her Eyes by Paige Toon
Summer Secrets by Jane Green
Frank Derrick's Holiday of a Lifetime by J.B. Morrison
The Quality of Silence by Rosamund Lupton
The Definition of Icing by Aven Ellis
The Truth According to Us by Annie Barrows
Nothing But Trouble by Matt Cain
Sweet Ache by K. Bromberg
To be reviewed:
Dream a Little Dream by Giovanna Fletcher
What I was up to:
July has been a really fun month. The weather has been insanely hot so we've been to the beach many days enjoying the sun, but especially the water.
The month started really well with a Fireworks contest, so for some days we went to the coast to have some tapas and enjoy the amazing fireworks.
We went to the cinema to see the Minions we our nieces and absolutely loved it. What an amazing movie!
And finally, July has been the month of birthdays. Both my mum and mother in law's. One of our little nieces turned one and my lovely boyfriend turned 29 so we celebrated going to see the Cirque du Soleil, which was amazing.
Oh! And it was also our anniversary. I've been with my significant otter for 9 years already!
What I blogged about:I always enjoy taking part in Top Ten Tuesdays because, one, I love making lists, and two, it's a great way to talk about old books, especial authors or characters, but I only had time to do one this month:
I also had some really fun posts about Disney, colouring and food inspired by books. In case you missed any, here they are:
Adult Colouring: The Enchanted Forest by Johanna Basford