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Book Worms Monthly July, What are You Reading?

Welcome to Book Worms Monthly July, We’ve had some lovely weather lately here in the UK but it’s cooled down a bit for the beginning of July. I’m hoping it brightens up again soon as we will be off on our summer holiday at the end of the month. I haven’t decided what books to pack yet so maybe I will get some inspiration from my fellow book worms!

Reading is my passion and I love to write about what I’ve read. I’m a real book worm and I have been since the day I could read. I decided to start this linky so that other book worms could Share. I’m starting monthly for now, so you have a whole month to link up your posts. You can link up to four posts, so that’s one a week. Or if you like you can link up some of your older posts.

Let’s share what we read and give other’s ideas what to read next. Tell me your reviews, you book reading lists, your author interviews, kids book favourites, Young Adult books, and even posts about your favourite authors. Anything book related is allowed and I can’t wait to read them all. I want to find all the book worms out there.

Here is last months linky to give you some idea of what book worms monthly is about. I’m trying to reach out to all the book worms out there to come and join me with their posts monthly. What books will you be reading this month?

Join Us for Book Worms Monthly July

Bookworms Monthly will be posted every four weeks, and you can join in at any time. I will share anyone who links over on my Social Media sites, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram. I’ll also come along and read and comment on your post. Please do share this link up with your friends.

Here are a few of my favourite link ups from last month:

Black Cake from Mum of Three World. This is my next read, I love being inspired by those that link up here

Were The Wild Things Are Monthly Round Up I chose this because she reviews a book which is in the place where she lives. Have you ever read a book from your area with places you recognise. I can think of a lot of books set in Oxford! But, only a few from my hometown (although it’s been in a lot of television series!)

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6 thoughts on “Book Worms Monthly July, What are You Reading?”

  1. I’m so glad you’re reading Black Cake next. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed!
    I read a book set in your hometown earlier this year. I read some chick lit books set in my hometown over 20 years ago, but they had a lot of made up places in them. If you’re going to set a book in a town, use real places! I read a lot of books set in Bristol without even trying too. We go to Bristol quite a lot!

  2. I always wanted to read Yellowface. Sarah’s review makes me want to read it more. Will try to buy or borrow it from the library.

    1. I love it when someone gets inspired by what another has reviewed, that’s the whole point of this link up. I almost always read Sarah’s books we have the same taste mostly.

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