August 2020 Recap

August wasn’t a great reading month for me. There were multiple book slumps, but I think things are starting to look up. Life-wise, things were a mixed bag. All of our library locations are opened back up now and I’m still working mostly from home, which I love. I did finally get my own office onsite, though, so when I have to go in, it’s much nicer. There was some plumbing issues in my apartment complex for a couple days where we weren’t allowed to use water and a couple of the units on the floors below mine had major leaks and sewer backups. Thankfully, things have been fixed and I’m crossing my fingers nothing else will go wrong.

Books Read: 11

Adult: 9
Young Adult: 2

Favorite Book I Read This Month:


Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

  Books Reviewed: 3

We are all the Same in the Dark by Julia Heaberlin – 3/5 Stars

Midnight Sun (Twilight #5) by Stephenie Meyer – 3/5 Stars

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman – 4/5 Stars

Books Read in 2020 Overall:

Funny Fridays:

August 7

August 14

August 21

August 28

Other Posts:

July 2020 Recap

Reviewing the Unreviewed: July 2020

WWW Wednesday: August 5, 2020

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Loved but Never Reviewed

WWW Wednesday: August 12, 2020

Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Should be Adapted into Netflix Shows/Movies

WWW Wednesday: August 19, 2020

WWW Wednesday: August 26, 2020

Reviewing the Unreviewed: August 2020

15 thoughts on “August 2020 Recap

  1. THAT FIRST MEME! Oh, my! That’s basically what I’ve been saying for like the last week. School starts Thursday here, but it feels like it just released for virtual learning. That was March. Where did the time go? I’m hoping September is MUCH less crazy for you. At least you had some good reads!

  2. Pingback: September 2020 Recap | Stephanie's Book Reviews

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