Hey guys? Guess what…. I have typing this post for 2 hours now.*sighs* This week has been horrible, absolutely horrendous and there’s something wrong with my keyboard and I can’t type a single thing (so I’m writing everything from my tablet) and now there’s something horrifically wrong with my laptop since nothing is opening other than my email since morning!! Guys! I am freaking out and frustrated as hell!!! Anyway, anyway, let’s jump onto today’s post, shall we?
Books I’ve read this month:
Books I’ve reviewed this month:
The Perfectly Imperfect Match by Kendra C. Highley
Falling for Forever by Melissa Chambers
Steal by Rachel Van Dyken
The Butterfly Project by Emma Scott
Chasing Vivi by A. M. Hargrove
Loving Kalvin by Siobhan Davis
Geekerella by Ashley Poston
Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
Lucky in Love by Kasie West
Mirror Me by Tara St. Pierre
Artificial Sweethearts by Julie Hammerle
- For July’s edition of Daydreaming Disussions, I talked about my Bookish Pet Peeves: the Bookish Aspect.
- I reviewed my two recently watched K-Drama: Lee Min Ho Edition.
- I also posted mini-movie reviews!
- For this month’s Blogger Spotlight, I interviewed Summer @ Xingsings!
- I participated in the cover reveal of Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis.
This month had been the worst month for me so far this year, especially this week. This year is seriously not going good for me, neither mentally nor physically, I am having doubts whether I’ll be able to make it to the end. My cramps nearly killed me and I am finally able to sit up today after one who week. And with every freaking thing going on with me among other stuff, it’s just too much. You know sometimes you just feel like giving up? I felt like that (again), I just wanted everything to be over with. I don’t want anyone’s pity, I’m just laying it out there otherwise I feel like I will combust.
My Camp NaNoWriMo writing suffered badly, I was only able to write 2k, I had no motivation and it just didn’t work out this month. And although I hoped to write a bit more today and tomorrow, unfortunately I won’t be able to do that because of the words are all jumbling up, I may need to change the first row set of keys in my keyboard. It is seriously so frustrating!!!
I am participating in The Scribbler Challenge next month, so I can hopefully repair whatever’s wrong with my laptop before that. The only thing that worked this month was bullet-journalling though everything went to hell this week. Aaaaand for this month, I only bought Song of the Current by Sarah Tolcser.
So guys, how did July treat you? I seriously hope it was better than mine!