I reviewed 14 books in August and my daughter, Belle, reviewed 3, for a total of 17 reviews posted this month! I had a pretty good reading month until the last week where things sort of puttered out for me. I am back, though! I survived the last few weeks of summer with my FOUR kids without incident, it was close there for a few days. I also completed the ARC August Read-A-Thon. I have to admit that I felt the burn out from this challenge, so I doubt I will do a month long read-a-thon again this year. Don’t worry, week long read-a-thons are still gonna be my bitch.
I posted two Top Ten Tuesdays. I just was not feeling the last two week’s topics. No pressure, right? I also hosted Beyond the Books every Thursday this month. I am really proud that my top post this month was one of the link ups. The people that have been participating have been really awesome about commenting back, and that just makes this so much more fun for everyone. I also continued putting together the weekly round ups for Read This this month. Somehow I managed to put all the rounds ups ↑ on time, despite my job (and all the alcohol I consume while i blog).
I did a wrap up video for my booktube channel.
My reviews: (click on the books to see my reviews)
My daughter Belle reviewed these three:
I had SIX 5 star books this month!
- Trust No One
- Black-Eyed Susans
- The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes
- Crown of Midnight
- A Window Opens
I hosted more Beyond the Books and we did 4 topics this month:
I posted some Blogging Tips this month:
I participated in the ARC AUGUST reading challenge. I almost completed my goal of 15 ARC books read.
My top post for the month was Beyond the Books: Games. My top review was Black-Eyed Susans (which had a giveaway, so that might be why), followed closely by Crown of Midnight.
How was your month?
Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up is a round up put together by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction. The Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up is a monthly link-up post where everyone can link up their month end posts. There are no specific requirements for what needs to be in your post, as long as you have a book blog and your wrap-up summarizes your month in some way.