July TBR


This month, there are plenty of books I want to read, but there’s a good chance I won’t get to them.

July is going to be an extremely busy month for me work-wise and school-wise and the likelihood of me finishing many books is slim (setting that bar low on purpose, because you never know).

Here’s what I’ll be reading for my summer course…

The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe by Elizabeth L. Eisenstein
Studying Early Printed Books by Sarah Werner
The Business of Books: Booksellers and the English Book Trade by James Raven

I’d be happy to provide reviews of these since they are quite bookish and might be of interest 🙂

Recreationally, I’m planning to read…

The Wife: A Novel of Psychological Suspense by Alafair Burke
The Lost for Words Bookshop by Stephanie Butland

I have been looking forward to reading more of Alafair Burke since The Better Sister, and The Lost for Words Bookshop seems like a cute, easy read which is always welcome.

I’m currently reading Packing for Mars by Mary Roach and it is hilarious. I’m learning everything I never knew I wanted to know about space travel and preparation. I’ll be posting my review of it later next week.

What are you planning to read this month? Tell me in the comments!

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