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July Updates and June Reflections

I got to go to the track this month to watch my fiancé race. I only got video of his races, but here is a shot of a supermoto race from the same weekend.

I got to go to the track this month to watch my fiancé race. I only got video of his races, but here is a photo of a supermoto race from the same weekend.

Hello my lovely readers!

I hope you enjoyed the influx of fantasy this month thanks to my participation in Once Upon a Time IX. It will continue through at least part of July, as I have a bit of a backlog of reviews to write for the books I read for that challenge.

The book of the month for July will be:

My Big Fat Demon Slayer Wedding by Angie Fox
First reviewed in July 2014
“It tackles the wedding of the main character with a joyful gusto that leaves the reader full of wedding happiness and perhaps breathing a sigh of relief that no matter what may go wrong at their wedding, it couldn’t possibly be as bad as what can go wrong at an urban fantasy wedding.”

How was my reading, reviewing, and writing this month?

June books read: 5 (3 fantasy, 1 urban fantasy, 1 historic fiction)

June reviews: 3

Other June posts: 1 reading list for pride, 1 reading challenge wrap-up

Most popular post in June written in June: Book Review: Cycle of the Werewolf by Stephen King

My favorite post of June: Celebrate Pride! 5 Unexpected Fantasy Reads Featuring Bisexual Main Characters

Most popular post in June written at any time: Book Review: The Time Machine by H. G. Wells (Bottom of TBR Pile Challenge)

June writing: I’m having a real “find the time to write” problem, and even as I type that, that sounds like an excuse. I know you just have to make the time to write and make it a priority, so my goal for the month of July is to make my writing a top 5 priority again. (I generally always get my top 5 done).  Tips from other authors on how to find the time/make the time are appreciated!

Coming up in July: I have a 2015 ARC I’ve read to review and host a giveaway for, as well as one piece of nonfiction (featuring a pet many readers have) and a piece of classic women’s studies literature that also gave birth to the soap opera in America.

Happy July and happy reading!

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  1. July 2, 2015 at 11:43 am

    Happy July and reading to you too. I am secretly hoping the pet you mean is cats. Although I am very fond of other pets; I have a cat 🙂

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