MONTHLY TBR #14 | July 2019

Hi, everyone! I hope your July has gotten off to a good start and that you’ll get to read (or do other hobbies) a ton. This TBR will look a little similar to my June TBR, but that’s because I haven’t read a lot in the past month. However, I still have quite a few new books I plan on reading, too.

Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakely-Cartwright

This was from my June TBR, and I started it a few days ago. It’s from the library, so I’m hoping to get it finished within the next day or two. From what I know, it’s a Little Red Riding Hood re-telling with werewolves? I think? We’ll see.

The Autobiography of Malcom X by Malcolm X

Another from my June TBR. I like American history and biographies/autobiographies, so this seemed like a good match-up. I’ve also had it on my shelf for…a few years. So there’s that, too, I suppose.

Check, Please! Vol. 1 by Ngozi Ukazu

Surprise, surprise, it’s from my June TBR. But I know it’ll be a quick read — it’s a graphic novel, and I’ve been reading parts here and there because I’m so excited to read it. It just looks so cute, and I love the art style!

Empire of Sin by Gary Krist

I mean, I guess this could partially be a re-read? I started it back in the beginning of the year and got about halfway through before stopping for whatever reason. It’s half a re-read, half unread. Bazinga.

The Black Veins by Ashia Monet

I was given an ARC for this, and I’m so excited! A road trip with a group of magical teens, found family, and no romance? Count me in! You bet I’m reading this before the release date (July 17th, 2019, y’all. Write it down and remember it).

Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson

When I found out that the author of An Enchantment of Ravens wrote another book, I knew I had to read it. So here we are, with my library copy, and I think I’m ready. A love for books, a bisexual protagonist, magic, and an aromantic side character? You got me.

Inkheart by Cornelia Funke

This is actually the Books and Tea Book Club readalong book for July’s theme: a translated book. I don’t remember much of anything about this book in terms of plot, but I do remember that the series gets pretty dark. I can’t wait to read it!

Not Your Sidekick by C.B. Lee

I’m re-reading this in order to get ready for Not Your Villain, pretty much. But! I’m also super excited for Not Your Backup, too! Honestly, I’m excited for this whole series. It’s wonderful, and y’all should check it out.

Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

I kinda forgot about this series… Until I saw its newest on NetGalley! I can’t remember if it already came out or if it’s coming out sometime later this year, but I’m pumped for it. I have to re-read the first one because even though I love it, I completely forgot what happened.

And that’s what I plan on reading in July! Let me know what y’all plan to read, whether it’s one of these books or others you have in mind.

Until next time~

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