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.
WHAT DID YOU READ THIS MONTH?