TBRs & Wrap-Ups

Books I’ll Read In July

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. πŸ’– 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!

So, what are your plans for July 2020? And how are you guys doing? Let’s chat in the comments!

18 thoughts on “Books I’ll Read In July

    1. Thank you, Stephen! My exams were good! I’m glad you loved Clap When You Land. It’s one of my most anticipated reads and I can’t wait to love it! 😍😌

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  1. Clap when you land sounds AMAZING!!!! I’m really looking forward to reading it and I hope you’ll enjoy it!! ❀️

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  2. Great post ! Just found your blog and am loving it ! I love the name of your blog it is unique and it rhymes …. congrats on finishing your exams…I am in 7th now and my 6 th grade exams had got cancelled ! I have wanted to focus on my studies more in July as my school has started…..I really hope to re read trials of Apollo in this month and maybe complete reading some ARCs

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    1. Thank you, Krisha! πŸ’– I saw your blog and read the posts too — this is a super late reply and sorry about it lol πŸ™ˆ, I did all of this back in July — and loved it! I love your blog’s name too – it’s super adorable! πŸ˜πŸ’– I’m so glad your exams got canceled – unfortunately, I had to take mine online, which is way better than offline haha. Did you finish reading Trials of Apollo? If you did, I hope you enjoyed it?

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      1. My pleasure ! Ahh thank you infact I just chose the name in a hurry ….and after seeing all he creative names of book blogs …it just feels too boring but thank you πŸ™‚
        They were actually my middle school-grade 6 last semester exams so not too important….actually not I fell in a reading slump 😦 But I did re read percy jackson which I Loved ….and helped me out of the slump….maybe this month I will re read ToA
        Also it happens …don’t worry about the late reply. !

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        1. NOO, it’s really adorable! πŸ’–
          Ugh, I hate reading slumps – I’ve been dealing with it too. I haven’t read Percy Jackson yet, and I’m going to..
          soon!

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  3. Reasons to Stay Alive is such a hopeful read without being unrealistic, I loved it! Really hope you enjoy it too. Sorry to hear you’re having to deal with depression and anxiety but I hope things start to look up for you, take care πŸ“šβ€οΈ X x x

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    1. Ah, I’m so glad you loved it! I’m halfway through it and I’m loving it too. It’s kinda relatable and hopeful at the same time so far. Thank you! πŸ’– I hope you’re having a beautiful day!

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