July is going to be a good month.
Since I always manage to devour good Romantic Suspense within days, I expect that the next week or two of reading will be fabulous. If only I had some days off from work to just read and do nothing else, that would be perfect! So my marathon reading won't so much be a marathon, but since all of the books listed (aside from Magonia, which I will get to in a little bit) are from authors/series I've already been enjoying, that I am able to breeze through, I'm hopeful that I won't be having any draggy reading slumps.
The only obstacles are Real Life and Work. And sometimes Family Functions as there is a wedding coming up...
Magonia is a young adult book I'm interested in to an extent. Some conflicting community reviews give me pause, and it's not like I've been having the best of luck with 2015 books I've chosen to read so far this year (aside from Shadow Scale, that is). But my library hold pinged and so here we are...
Crossing my fingers on that one, but at least I have a good feeling about my next two weeks of reading with Kay Hooper's Bishop/SCU books, and the next two Maya Banks KGI stories.
On top of that, I also plan on purchasing Kylie Brant's newest Mindhunters book, Secrets of the Dead and reading it as soon as I can get my hands on it (publication, June 30).
My only worry is not having enough time to read everything! Those darn First World Bookish problems!
I will be reading the three Bishop/SCU - Blood trilogy books as part of my Reading Assignment Challenge. I've been looking forward to diving into these books. The fourth book I'm reading for July's Reading Assignment Challenge is Veronica Roth's Allegiant, which isn't listed above because I bought the book last year when it was published, but just never got around to it. I'm only listing my library check outs because I'm excited about them.