Monthly Wrap-Up: July 2018

July 2018 wrapup

Hey Book Lovers! I hope you all had great reading month. Mine was good. I didn’t read much but I completed all the books that I targeted for this month. I’m not taking much requests now and it makes reading so relaxed and fun. I’m going to keep it same at least for this year.

Last Month I read

Total book read = 7

Total Pages read = 1623 

The Things We Need to Say by Rachel Burton

5 Stars

It was heart-touching, inspiring and emotional. I just loved Fran and Will’s story. If you are looking for bit of faith and hope it’s definitely great to read.

Valentina (Chantelle Rose Series #2) by Cristina Hodgson

5 Star

Loved more than 1st book. engaging, dramatic, beautiful, feel good love story of Valentina and Chantelle.

The Hawkman: A Fairy Tale of the Great War by Jane Rosenberg LaForge

3.5 Stars 

Interesting, thought-provoking, beautifully written story but it was difficult to read for me.

A Spoke in the Wheel by Kathleen Jowitt

5 Star

 It was – great book that you can read in one sitting- thought provoking, engaging and cozy fiction. 

Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault (Glass Vault #1) by Candace Robinson

5 Star

It’s fast paced, will keep you on the edge, something different to read. All in all I loved this newer edition more than first one.

Power to the Princess by Vita Weinstein Murrow

4 Stars

 I just loved this retelling loaded with talents, inspiration, and beautiful illustrations.

If all the World by Joseph Coelho, Allison Colpoys

4 Star

It was moving, engaging and beautiful story book on concept of death and dying that kids would love to read.

Other Blog Posts:


#BookBlitz #BlogTour: Destiny Calls by Phenice Arielle

#ReleaseBlitz: QUINSEY WOLFE’S GLASS VAULT by Candace Robinson @literarydust

Cover Reveal-

#CoverReveal: Entrapped by Claire Ayres @NeverlandBT @BrizzleLass

#CoverReveal: Monster’s Best 2019

Author Interview-

Author Interview: Elizabeth Foster @e_foster3

Life Update-

I’m living with my mother, in Ahmedabad, for almost 2 months now and it’s still too hot here. It’s raining all over India but in Ahmedabad. Hot weather is one of the reason I avoid to visit my mom this time of year but I have to come and live with my mom. I’m expecting baby in few months. Due is in November and I’m so excited for the little one to arrive in this world. It was better to shift here than take frequent trip every month as I’m consulting gynec situated in Ahmedabad and we trust that doc more than any other. Anyway things are good so far, just that pregnancy has made me extra moody and that is why I’m reading and posting less these days. 

That’s it! 

I hope you all have wonderful month.

How was your month in reading? What have you read? Do we share common books from this list? 

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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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