In June of last year I looked back at my July 2016 book haul. I had planned to make it an ongoing series on my blog but for whatever reason I didn’t continue on with that. Until now! I started this series back up in January and today I am here to look back at August 2017. I don’t really have a goal for this I just kind of want to look back and see how much of what I have hauled I’ve actually read and it’s going to refresh my memory. Because I have chosen to read from my owned TBR for the majority of this year I am hoping that I will be marking some of these off. If I have reviewed the book I will leave links to my reviews otherwise I will make the text bold. Anyways let me stop blabbing and get to the books.
- At First Sight by Nicholas Sparks
- The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
- I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan
- The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks
- The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
- A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
- The Perfect Play by Jaci Burton
- The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty
- All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
- The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
- P.S. I Like You by Kasie West
- Two by Two by Nicholas Sparks
- IT by Stephen King
- Struck by Lightning by Chris Colfer
- Alexander Hamilton by Jonathan Hennessey
- Roughing by Jillian Quinn
I’ve read 7/16 books from my August 2017 book haul which is just shy of being half of them. As I mentioned in my previous book haul revisited posts I was fully expecting to have read barely any of what I have hauled but I think I have done pretty well. At the end of the year I will do a full tally for every month with all of the books to see how well I did. Have you read any of these books? Are any of them on your TBR? As always I am up for buddy reading if one of my unread books is on your TBR.
Don’t forget to continue to do your part to help with the Black Lives Matter Movement!!
Myonna created a YouTube Playlist of Black booktubers to follow and support. Please follow those you are actually interested in there content and continuously support them. Don’t just follow them because it’s the thing to do right now.
A list of black owned bookstores by state to support.
My Instagram where I’ve created a BLM highlight of posts that could be helpful.