Hey guys, I hope you’re doing alright? I’m fine. I just finished my exams two days ago and I’m trying to be back, I guess. I didn’t read a lot of books in June – I read 0 books maybe? And that’s become my habit these days, so I guess I need a TBR for the month of July. And here I am with one.
This month my TBR is gonna be different from the other ones that I’ve made before… you’ll come to know lol. So, let’s get started!
A book I’ve been wanting to read for a long time:
Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs by Caitlin Doughty
This is a science-y non-fiction book that deals with questions regarding death, asked by little humans aka kids. I have had this book on my TBR for a long time, and I think it’s gonna be a pretty amazing read. Except, I have death anxiety and it’s gone through the roof in the last few months. So, I’ll have to be careful about it, or swap it eventually. But let’s see. I hope it’s not too bad? I know that it’s gonna be fun tho. 😈
A comic that I’ve been wanting to read for a while:
The Devil Is A Handsome Man by Angle
This year I haven’t bought any comics, so I’m going to count online comics for this one. I read the first three or four chapters of The Devil Is A Handsome Man, and it’s just super freaking amazing? I’m going to continue it and read all of the chapters that are available to read – I realized it’s on a hiatus. It’s gonna be bad, but it’s interesting nonetheless.
A 2020 release that I’ve waited for, for a long time:
Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo
This is the book I can’t wait to make a purchase of. I read Elizabeth Acevedo’s The Poet X and absolutely adored it. I have watched countless videos of this amazing poet, including her slams and TED Talks, and I love her so, so much. 💖 That’s why I want to read this book, as soon as I get my hands on it, which is supposed to be this month.
A book I’ve read before:
Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway
For this one, I’m gonna pick up Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway. I love books that deal with families and friendships. I don’t know if you have noticed, but they’re my favorite kind of books. Emmy & Oliver is one such sweet story. I read it last year, totally adored it, and I’m probably going to pick it up again. I’m very ready to feel those emotions all over again.
A non-fiction that I’m interested in:
Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig
So, this one is a non-fiction book that I’m quite interested in reading. I’ve been dealing with depression and anxiety for quite some time, and I think it would be a good read. I have noticed in the last few months that I’m reading quite a few non-fiction books – and browsing them more than reading them – and I think they’re so cool and educational. Some of them are fun to read as well.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I think I see a color scheme going on in my post lol. It wasn’t intentional. I love these covers, even though I don’t own the exact copies of these books.
I will try to read these books – or any books for that matter – this month so that I’m able to get some reading done!