In today’s blog post I’m sharing what I read in July.

Even though I tend to read more in the summer, this past month hasn’t seen me finishing many books. I’ve been busy prepping for a week long camp that wrapped up this past weekend. Between getting ready for it and actually volunteering at camp, I haven’t gotten much reading in. I’m hoping to get in some quality book time in August.

The Secret of Red Gate Farm by Carolyn Keene

I’m still making my way through the first ten Nancy Drew books. The Secret of Red Gate Farm (affiliate link) didn’t disappoint. While they’re not very hard to figure out, they’re quick and fun to read. They’re perfect reading while on vacation or while sitting on the beach.

The Only One Left by Riley Sager

I’m a big fan of Riley Sager, so I was pretty excited to see his latest release. The Only One Left (affiliate link) is the perfect mix of mystery and the creepy unknown. In the case of this book, along with the usual human characters, the house in which much of the book is set also felt like another character. If you’ve enjoyed Riley Sager’s previous books, I think you’ll like this one two.

The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder

I finally finished the Little House books after getting the whole series for Christmas. I have to admit that once I was done reading The First Four Years (affiliate link), I was left with a sad feeling of having finished reading the series. While I enjoyed reading all 9 books, I would make sure you’re prepared to discuss the racism that is included in the series if you’re reading them with kids.

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What have you read lately? Tell me in the comments below.

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What I Read: July 2023
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