First up for July I have three ebooks (c/o Netgalley); two recent releases and one due out at the end of the month. As I failed to get around to reading Letters From Skye (Jessica Brockmole) in June its making another appearance in this month's TBR. Data Runner (Sam A. Patel), the first in a new YA science fiction series is next up and finally I have The Monsters In Your Neighborhood (Jesse Petersen), sequel to April release Club Monstrosity which I really enjoyed. Sadly it doesn't seem like this fun ebook series is available to buy in the UK at the moment but if you live in the US I'd recommend them!
For 'off the shelf' reads this month I have Feel The Fear & Do It Anyway (Susan Jeffers) which has been sitting on my bookshelf for years (no, really YEARS) so I thought it was about time I at least started reading it. Since it's non-fiction and those tend to be slower reads I'm not expecting to get through the whole book this month but I'm going to make a start anyway.
I have one library read for July as its finally my turn to borrow Requiem (Lauren Oliver), the final book in the Delirium trilogy. I read the first 20% or so a few months back as it was made available to view online and have been waiting on the library since the release date so it will be nice to finally be able to finish the series.
For the final books on this month's list I used my DIY Ideas Jar and managed to pick out two more Kindle reads - Across The Universe (Beth Revis) and L.A Candy (Lauren Conrad).
Over at Blogger's Bookshelf we'll be talking ideal holiday destinations inspired by books in this month's group post 'Wish You Were Where?' which goes live this Saturday.
What are you reading in July?