Monthly Wrap-Ups

July Wrap-Up 2019

I hope your July activities were fun this year! Despite it being summer, I had a lot planned and haven’t posted many reviews, but I have several lined up so August should hopefully be a productive end to the summer. I’m also still planning on doing an end-of-summer post or series of posts, but what they are is a surprise (or I just haven’t figured it out yet…). In any case, here is a wrap-up of my reading this month!


  1. Love, Lies, and Hocus Pocus: Beginnings (A Lily Singer Cozy Fantasy Adventure Book 1) by [Sherrer, Lydia]Love, Lies, and Hocus Pocus by Lydia Sherrer: I saw this was on sale as an ebook and the premise sounded fun-filled and magical so I bought it on a bit of a whim.
  2.  This Book Is Not Good For You by Pseudonymous Bosch: I remember reading the first book in this series and thinking it was so smart and exciting, so I was inspired to start reading it again and finish the series this time.
  3.  And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie: I have been enjoying this famous author’s books for awhile now, but still haven’t read this famous mystery and knew I had to educate myself accordingly.
  4.  13 Little Blue Envelopes and The Vanishing Stair by Maureen Johnson: I’m so excited for the second Truly Devious book and also thought I would explore the author’s other works.


  • Finale by Stephanie Garber
  • Fairest by Marissa Meyer
  • My Lady Jane and My Plain Jane of the Lady Janies series
  • Murder on the Nile and A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie (told you)
  • Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh (hilarious book!)
  • Confessions of Georgia Nicolson Book One by Louise Rennison


Wow! I have now read 46 books so far this year! I won’t be making it to the 100 mark, but I think I can reach my goal of seventy.


I really have been loving the song “Wait For Me” from Hadestown. It is pretty popular, but I really do love the tune and meaning behind this passionate sing-in-the-car-loudly song.


“I used to love the idea of something being so tremendous that it was worth dying for. But I was wrong. I think the most magnificent things are worth living for.” -Stephanie Garber

I hope you all have a wonderful rest of your summer!

Mayah XO

Copyright 2019

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