July Wrap Up

Another month gone, can't you believe it? I had quite a slow start to the month, only reading three books in the first two weeks but then it picked up considerably. Especially this last week as I'm on holiday and I've read a lot. In total I've ended up reading 7 paperbacks and 3 ebooks, so not too bad!

What I read:

5 stars:
A Memory of Violets by Hazel Gaynor
All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker
4 stars:
London Belongs to Us by Sarra Manning
Everything Love Is by Claire King
Sunset in Central Park by Sarah Morgan
Out of Practice by Penny Parkes
Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann
3 stars:
What We Didn't Say by Rory Dunlop
To be reviewed:
The Trouble with Henry and Zoe by Andy Jones
A Boy Made of Blocks by Keith Stuart
A Library of Lemons by Jo Cotterill

What I was up to:
July was such a fun month. The sun was shinning non-stop in Munich and we visited multiple lakes in the area. The coolest one was Chiemsee, a huge and stunning lake with two islands where a king of Bavaria decided to build his own Palace of Versailles, with gardens and everything.
The last ten days, we've been in Barcelona and Tarragona visiting the family and enjoying the beach. Also, Husband and his twin turned 30 and one of our nieces turned 2 so we had a fun party to celebrate with lots of cake and sweets. And then, on the weekend we celebrated with our friends. We had a delicious lunch and then hired jet bikes. That was such an adrenaline rush! Definitely recommended.

What I blogged about:

The month started with lots of interviews and reviews for my Historical Fiction Week. Have a look at all of them here.

Author Interviews:


Discovering Germany: A Day in Ulm

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