Sunday, 3 August 2014

Month of July - Reading Review and Plans for August

I read six books this month, which is a pretty good total for me!
There was a nice mix of mystery, fiction and a short story, including one book that's been on my eReader for a couple of years which I finally got round to reading - Coffee at Little Angels.

1.  Pressed Pennies by Steven Manchester (Part of a Book tour)

2.  Fatal Act by Leigh Russell  (Real Readers)

3.  The Garden Plot by Marty Wingate  (NetGalley)

4.  The Night Before by Luanne Rice  (short story from NetGalley)

5.  A Sixpenny Song by Jennifer Johnston  (Bookbridgr)

6.  Coffee at Little Angels by Nadine Rose Larter  (author)


I enjoyed them all, apart from A Sixpenny Song which I was a little disappointed with, and I'd have to say my favourite would be The Garden Plot.  This was the first in a new cozy mystery series about a Texan ex-pat gardener now based in London, England and I'm looking forward to reading the next instalment!

I also took part in seven Virtual Book Tours where I highlighted but didn't review the books.  These were

1.  Birds of the Nile by Nick David

2.  Letter from Paris by Therese

3.  Locks:  Rapunzel Unhinged by Sarah J Pepper

4.  Shaking out the Dead by KM Cholewa

5.  Everyday Celebrations by Maria Loggia

6.  Strangers on a Bus by Rob Manary

7.  Betty's Little (Basement) Garden by Laurel Dewey


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Plans for August


I've nearly finished the hypnotic Herring Girl by Debbie Taylor so I shall be reviewing that shortly as it's soon to be published on the 7th August.

I have lots of books that I want to read this month, including


I'm sure there are many others on my tbr pile but they are too numerous to mention!!

What's been your favourite read in July?

What are you looking forward to reading in August?

Have you read any of the books I've mentioned?


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