So, July was a really great reading month for me! I read a total of 10 books and I am so happy with myself. As you know, the start of the year was really slow for me. I was in the biggest of reading slumps and I was only read 1-3 books a month BUT NOW 10 YAY!
Harry Potter & The Cursed Child - I was so excited for this book and it didn't disappoint. Obvviously though, it would be better seeing this live but still so good and it was great to be back in the wizarding world - 4/5 - REVIEW
Sing To Silent Stones - A beautiful book based on the authors history. I really enjoyed this as it is something different from books I usually read - 4/5 - REVIEW
You Know Me Well - From two wonderful authors, whose books I will carry on reading, comes this wonderful LGBT book on finding new friends, romances, heartache and a whole lot of laughs - 4/5 - REVIEW
Sing - I loved this book. A wonderful book about a singer who has just gone through a break up and decides she needs to get away for the weekend. Hopefully she can write some new music, but is falling in love what she needs? - 5/5 - REVIEW
DIMIMY - The last book in the DIMILY trilogy and it did not disappoint. I was so happy to see what Tyler and Eden where up too and if would ever work between them - 4/5 - REVIEW
What's A Girl Gotta Do? - The last book in the spinster trilogy AND POSSIBLY MY FAVOURITE BOOK OF THE MONTH. Lottie is a feminist hero and I enjoyed reading her story and watching her kick ass against all the sexist people out there - 5/5 - REVIEW
On Starlit Seas - A book about romance, travelling, danger and chocolate. Chocolate is dangerous in this world and so is meeting the captain of the ship she is travelling on - 4/5 - REVIEW
Songs About A Girl - A wonderful book from Chris! About a girl who gets to take pictures of a popular band and whose songs she has heard before, and why do they sound like they are about her? What is the connection between her and the band? - 5/5 - REVIEW
To Have And To Hold - a brilliant story about a woman who has just been through a tough break up with her fiance(on the day of her wedding)and is now planning a wedding for a lovely woman with a distant fiance and a cold but hot older brother, can she handle all of this? - 4/5 - REVIEW
Love Song - Getting to travel with the worlds most famous band is a dream. Falling in love with one of them was not meant to happen. Full of laughs, heartache, romance and relationships! - 5/5 - REVIEW
Hi! I'm Beth, 25 and from the UK. I love, love, love reading. This is a blog to share my love of books and my thoughts on books etc!