Category Archives: Book of the Month

December BOTM

I may regret this one but for my December Book of the Month I chose The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty. Liberty talked about it on All the Books and she is the guest judge who chose it. It is the first book in a series though so hopefully there’s no big cliff hanger. That will be upsetting. I thought about Chalk Man for a hot second but decided against it. I already have The English Wife (love Lauren Willig – review of previous books¬†here and here) and Eleanor Oliphant on my Kindle. Although I almost chose Eleanor because Gabrielle Union was the guest judge who picked that book and I’m recently obsessed with her after reading her memoir, We’re Going to Need More Wine.

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November BOTM

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I skipped November’s Book of the Month because I’ve already read two of them, Uncommon Type and Bonfire¬†(<- my review), and I have two of the others on my Kindle, Rules of Magic and Artemis. The only one I didn’t read or have was Future Home of the Living God. It sounded a bit too futuristic for my liking so I skipped. If you haven’t read Uncommon Type or Bonfire (both by actors – good God how does that happen?!) you should, because they were actually very good. Despite my feelings on actors being authors *rolls eyes*

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October BOTM

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October Book of the Month was good! I had been eyeing The Power on my Netgalley but I don’t think I ever got it. And if I did well, now I have the real book. I also added The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey. I wonder what they’ll have for November..

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September BOTM

September Book of the Month was so-so. I chose one that I could probably do without, Emma in the Night. I had already skipped July and I’m not sure how many times you can skip.. maybe there’s no limit? Lies She Told sounds too much like all those grip lit books. I have Little Fires Everywhere on my Kindle from Netgalley and I’m 20% through. Sourdough just sounds plain weird and I have no interest in Sing, Unburied, Sing.

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August BOTM

My August Book of the Month had a great selection. I chose The Hearts Invisible Furies. Then I promptly let someone borrow it. Womp womp. I’m sure I’ll get it back but its 500+ pages so it definitely won’t be soon. I already have Fierce Kingdom on my Kindle from Netgalley and I was slightly interested in The Blinds but not enough to own it.

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July BOTM

I am the worst at telling you about my Book of the Month choices. I admit it. I skipped July, so that’s my excuse on that. The choices are below.

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I have The Child on my Kindle from Netgalley so I wasn’t going to do that one. American Fire is available on Hoopla so I didn’t need that one. I wavered on Final Girls and The Windfall. Final Girls had some controversy around it because the author is a man but made a female sounding pseudonym in order to profit from the grip lit phenomenon so I’m glad I didn’t get that one. I could have chosen The Windfall but it sounded too much like The Wangs vs. the World and I didn’t like that book. Moving right along!

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June BOTM

It’s almost July, so I thought I should post about my June BOTM before I get a new one.

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At the suggestion of Jessica Turner, who heads up the blog The Mom Creative, I chose The Sisters Chase. The judge of this book is also Liberty Hardy, who I love from the All the Books podcast. Whom? Who? Whatever. I also added the book, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo because that cover is gorgeous and it sounded good. I just started The Sister Chase, and from what I’ve heard will probably finish quickly. Just in time for July.

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