My Bookish Month of August 2019

Hello and welcome to another monthly overview!  Unsurprisingly, I got quite a lot of reading done this month, what with three weeks off work. Naturally, it doesn’t matter how much I’ve read, because I’ve also been adding to the TBR… again 🤦🏻‍♀️ In related news: I’ve bought a new bookcase too this month, since my wall of crates was groaning under the weight of too many books. So now I have lots of space and the obvious thing to do is… Someone please send help!
I didn’t post a whole lot this month, because I was reading in preparation of #Orentober and also because I was reading… just for fun, imagine that 😄

So here’s what I’ve read and reviewed this month, and some of what I’ll be posting next month:

What I read (full novels):

House of Salt and Sorrows, Erin A. Craig (review to follow)
Nothing Important Happened Today, Will Carver (#Orentober)
Cage (Reykjavik Noir Trilogy 3), Lilja Sigurðardóttir (#Orentober)
Sea Witch Rising (Sea Witch #2), Sarah Henning (review to follow)
Rewind, Catherine Ryan Howard
Little Siberia, Antti Tuomainen (#Orentober)
Invisible Blood, short story collection edited by Maxim Jakubowski (review to follow)
Dead Is Better, Jo Perry
The Turn of the Key, Ruth Ware
The Taking of Annie Thorne, C.J. Tudor
A Different Time, Michael K. Hill (review to follow on the blog tour)
Everything About You, Heather Child
Noirville: Tales From The Dark Side, anthology collected by Chris McVeigh (review to follow)
A Killing Fire, Faye Snowden
Sanctuary, V.V. James
Trap (Reykjavik Noir Trilogy 2), Lilja Sigurðardóttir (#Orentober)
The Darkest Lullaby, Jonathan Janz
Snare (Reykjavik Noir Trilogy 1), Lilja Sigurðardóttir (#Orentober)

What I read (novellas / short stories):

Children of the Corn, Stephen King
One Star, The Behrg

What I read (graphic novels):

The Walking Dead – Compendium 2 Chapter 9-10-11-12, Robert Kirkman
Kriss: The Gift of Wrath, Ted Naifeh
Welcome to Lovecraft (Locke & Key #1), Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez

What I listened to:

The Mountain in My Shoe, Louise Beech (#Orentober)
Animal Instinct, Simon Booker
Sister, Psychopath, Maggie James
The Hound of the Baskervilles, Arthur Conan Doyle

What I read earlier but reviewed this month:

Careless Whisper (Soho Noir #3) by T.S. Hunter 
The Escape Room by Megan Goldin
Clear My Name by Paula Daly
Death Comes to Dartmoor by Vivian Conroy
Video Killed the Radio Star by Duncan MacMaster

This month I also surfed the Positivity Wave a few times (#4, #5, #6), I had a few Music Mondays (Careless Whisper vs Careless Whisper / Broken by Seether ft. Amy Lee / Lonely Boy by The Black Keys / I Wanna Be Yours by Arctic Monkeys), a #BiteSizeSaturday and a Q&A with Neil Richards & Matthew Costello, authors of A Shot in the Dark.

And my book of the month is….

Not one book but two, and they both kept me up at night:

And that’s a wrap! Thanks for joining me today, I hope you all had a fabulous month, bookish and otherwise, and here’s to another one!

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