JULY 2017 | Wrap Up

Wrap Up


The Way Back to Florence  by Glenn Haybittle


I really enjoyed this book if you could not tell from my 5 stars. I did a review of this book, you can find it here: Review | The Way Back to Florence by Glenn Haybittle

The Life-Changing Manga of Tidying Up: A Magical Story by Marie Kondō


This is the first book I read by Marie Kondo and I had to go to the library right away and get the first book she wrote right away.

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondō


I loved this book and the manga version of the book very much. I even decided to give KonMari method a try. I started a short series on this. You can find the first post I wrote on the book and my experience here: Decluttering | The Start of it All


Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King


I have to say I enjoyed this book much more that I anticipated. Don’t get me wrong Stephen King is my favorite author, but I love him for his horror. This series isn’t horror, but it gets you freaked out and on edge anyway. I would say it is more suspense.

Voyager by Diana Gabaldon


This was better than the last book in the series, I have to say while I enjoyed this I had to push myself through the book. At times it just felt too long.

Drums of Autumn byDiana Gabaldon


Another good edition to this series, there were definitely  a few turns in the story I was not expecting to happen. While I enjoyed it I might not read the next one in the series for some time because I think it put me into a bit of a book slump.

The Smell of Other People’s Houses by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock


This was a cute read that I got through very quickly. It tugged at my heart strings and took a look at human nature and family dynamics.


I have not had a single bingo yet, but I have set myself up to get quite a few during the month of August. If you have any recommendations for the squares that are not open please share them with me in the comments.


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6 thoughts on “JULY 2017 | Wrap Up

  1. I have read the Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. I liked her method and have used it to declutter some of my things. I didn’t know there was a manga. Which one would you recommend?


    1. I enjoyed the Manga more.Mainly because it is seeing someone go through the process instead of being told what to do. Also, it is a cute story and I would reread it again. Both talk about the process and tips so there is no content lost. 🙂


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