I have developed the habit of checking out library books exclusively at the beginning of a new month, so in this post I’ll be sharing the titles I have brought home for July.
The 2019 Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge has come to an end (officially tomorrow, June 30th), so I’m here with my final reading update. I finished Rose in Bloom, and although I said in my Halfway Update that I was going to start Work, I instead proceeded to the Stories & Other Writings portion of The Library of America edition I checked out of the library. My thoughts are as follows.
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Despite feeling like June just started, we are now closer to the end of it than the beginning. I’ve decided to use this [just over] halfway point to talk about my progress with the Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge. You can learn more about this Challenge in my introductory post and at In The Bookcase; otherwise, keep reading for my thoughts on Rose in Bloom so far.
This post is dedicated to the books I’ve checked out from the library to read throughout the month of June. I’ve sort of developed the habit of checking out library books almost exclusively at the beginning of a new month, so I’m fully embracing that habit and featuring the most recent titles I’ve checked out.
This book tag was created by The Left Handed Book Lover, who didn’t tag me, but recently posted a 2018 version so I’ll link that [here]. This book tag is not only made up of great categories, but since August is the last official month of summer here in Vacationland, I thought it would be fitting to do it now. So without further ado, here are my answers.