July Wrap Up: A Great Month for Blogging!

Hey everyone! This month has been quite a great month, especially regarding this blog! Blogging has now become part of my daily routine and I’m slowly discovering how I want to structure and design my blog posts. I also read some great books this month!

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Reading

I read four and a half books. I wish I could have read more, but I feel okay about it… I need to read more for August though! Hopefully I can read a lot when I go on vacation at the end of August.

Books I Read

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Geekerella (audiobook): ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
the sun and her flowers: ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Everything I Never Told You (audiobook): ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Words in Deep Blue: ⭐️⭐️⭐️
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: Currently reading, almost halfway

Books I Must Read in August

thorn of glass save the date

Blogging

This month we reached 100 WordPress followers! I feel so welcome in this blogging community and more people are reading my posts and commenting their thoughts and opinions, which means so much to me. Thank you all so much! 🙂

Favourite Posts I Wrote

Discussion: Why Do You Love Reading?
Geekerella: A Heartwarming and Modern Take on a Beloved Classic
Mystery Blogger Award ♥️// I Talk About Blogging and Show Appreciation!
Movie Recommendations #1: My Favourite Movies of All Time
What Readers Have in Common// Tweet Format
100 WordPress Followers// Thank You! ❤️

Posts I Loved From The Blogosphere

Olivia’s post on what it takes for her to cry over books is so relatable. She also shares some books she’s shed tears over, which are some great book recommendations.

Marie’s post on 4 things book blogging brought her is genuine, humble, and heartwarming. I also agree with the reasons she loves book blogging.

Brianna explains the importance of reading YA books as an adult, and it was an interesting post to read. People of all ages can read YA and I completely agree.

Madeline writes a love letter to YA, and her writing is so stunning. She conveys emotion and explains so well why she loves YA, and I agree with her.

Charis writes about the most important elements in fiction, and it’s a very well written post that discusses different elements of a story, all of which are very important.

How was your month? What are some books that you read, and did you like those books?

Thank you so much for reading,

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35 thoughts on “July Wrap Up: A Great Month for Blogging!

  1. I’m glad to hear that you’ve enjoyed all the books you’ve read last month. Save the Date is also on my TBR and I can’t wait to read it. Also, congratulations on 100 followers! 🎉

  2. Looks like we have similar taste in books! I also have Save the Date to read and I love Sarah j Maas. I saw your comment on my blog and when I went to comment it was gone:( I am so glad you found me and I look forward to keeping up with your blog!

  3. Congratulations on your follower milestone!! ❤ Looks like you had a good month!
    I tried to read Rupi Kaur a while ago and I couldn't really get into it. I keep thinking I should give it another go?? I really liked Geekerella when I read it last year. I currently have All the Boys on my TBR… I'm excited to see how you like it 😀 Happy August reading!!

    • Thank you so much!!
      I think you should try her poems again, they aren’t for everyone, but they definitely have great messages. Geekerella was so good as well as All the Boys I’ve Loved Before so far! Thanks you too! 😊

  4. I’m so glad you had an amazing month, and it’s great you’re getting into the groove of blogging. Congrats on 100 followers! I hope you have a great August filled with many more good books and blog posts!

  5. Congrats on 100 followers! That’s a huge milestone, and you definitely deserve to celebrate. Also, thank you so much for linking my post, it means the world! I’m blushing so much over here lol you’re the sweetest. I’ve had Save the Date on my list for a while, too. I just have to pick it up first haha. Here’s to hoping August is even better than July!

  6. Yay, 100 followers!! I also really want to read Throne of Glass soon. Maybe I will get to it this month too! It sounds like you had a great July and I hope August is even better 😊

    And thank you so very much for mentioning my post!! It means a lot that you thought of me. You are always SO kind and I really appreciate it❤️😊

    • Thanks! I hope we have a great month. I also hope we like that series, I’ve heard great things about it.
      No problem, I love reading and talking with blogs/bloggers! 🙂 Your post was something so true, everyone should read YA!!

  7. Congrats on hitting 100! I hope I can reach that number too 😅
    Oh and I also want to read Save The Date. Maybe not in August, but soon. Have you read ToG before? Or is it going to be your first time reading it in August?
    Anyways, Congrats again! 🎉

  8. I’m so happy you had a great month overall – are you enjoying Lara Jean? I love this book so much ❤ I can't wait for you to read Save The Date this August, it was such a heartwarming and fun book to read 😀
    Thank you so, so, so much for mentioning my post, this means the world to me ❤ ❤ I hope you'll have an amazing month! ❤

    • Yes I love To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before so far!! I cannot wait for the movie. I can’t wait to read a Morgan Matson book, I love her books! No problem, thanks for sharing positivity on your blog! Thank you, I wish the same for you. ❤️

  9. Happy August! Congrats on 100 followers, that is AMAZING!🎉*gives you all the cake* I want to read Save the Date this month too, it looks amazing and that cover.😍Also, thank you so much for mentioning my post, I’m really glad you enjoyed it!

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