July is (Finally) Over

July is over and gone…. how did that happen?

I’ll admit, the summer months get me quite frazzled. I blame the excessive heat and the dust storms. (but that’s probably not the real reason)

Anyway!

August is here and now and I’ve every plan of getting back on track and keeping up with this. You are more than welcome to start a betting pool if you think I won’t be able to hack it. Maybe I wont.

So let’s get down to business July’s overview!

Books published: 1 (Though I did get another paperback edition up and running as well!)

Windthrow came out at the beginning of the month and let’s face it, that’s all I really got done over here on the blog this month – talking about that.

First Drafts finished: 1.5


Book 3 of the Flynn series is done and in edits so it is on-track for my planned pub date! and I’ve accomplished my goal of 50% on book 3.5 (a novella that takes place at the same time as book 3).

Total words written: 32,918

Not my best count, but thankfully not my worst count. Let’s blame this on the heat, shall we? I like that you blame it on the heat, I’ll sit over here and be annoyed with myself.

Print Books bought: 6

Catcher in the Rye J.D. Salinger - Technically this is for Earl though I might read it again and try to change my opinion of it.
Player of Games (Culture Book 2) Iain M. Banks
Mater (Culture Book 8) Iain M. Banks - I don't have 3-7 yet, but matter was on sale so I snatched it up.
Full Blooded (Jessica McClain 1) Amanda Carlson - I'm trying to remember who recc'ed this and can't, but it was super cheap, so I figured I'd give it a go.
Shadow and Bone (Grisha 1) Leigh Bardugo
Siege and Storm (Grisha 2) Leigh Bardugo - I've been dying to read this series... but I'll be waiting to start until I have book 3 as well.
 
 
Books read: 10

I won’t lie… that number surprised me at first, then I realized a lot of the books on my GoodReads list are novellas. So, not so surprising after all.

The Earl in my Bed
All’s Fair in Love & Seduction
The Curious Case of the werewolf that wasn’t, the mummy that was, and the cat in the jar
How to Lose a Bride in One Night
Dark Space
City of Fallen Angels
Claiming
The Suffragette Scandal
Screwing up Mongolia
Misbehaving


I will talk at you again next week!

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