Hello, friends! Summer is my very favorite season, so it feels fitting to gather all of my highlights from June, July, and August in one place. Curious what I’ve been doing to beat the heat? Here’s your moment of enlightenment.
I’ve always been a fan of working with a theme, so when I realized my new ‘do was a dead match for the main character in a graphic novel I recently devoured, I HAD to do something cute for the camera. #WhoWoreItBest
Have you ever dressed up like a book character?
Word Collector: Ego Edition
I jumped on a game in which mutuals on Twitter were requested to describe yours truly in a single word. As a word nerd, how could I resist? I think the gang came through with these excellent offerings:
What word would you use to describe me? Share in the comments!
I’ve been hankering to do another Q&A style post, so plans are coming together for one this autumn! If you’ve got questions on the brain, this is the time to ask!
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A strong cup of cold brew coffee and a cozy air-conditioned corner makes for some excellent afternoon reading time! I’ve had great luck finding fun books to read, and have truly enjoyed adding more audiobook reading to my routine.
June – August Reading:
- A Snicker of Magic by Natalie Lloyd (reread)
- Front Desk by Kelly Yang
- A Place at the Table by Saadia Faruqi & Laura Shovan
- The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
- The Boys in the Back Row by Mike Jung
- Lemons by Melissa Savage
- The Unteachables by Gordon Korman
- Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe (halfway through)
What was your favorite read this summer?
What’s the most interesting thing that happened for you this summer?
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