Friday, July 31, 2015

Month In Review ~ July 2015

Hey, Everyone! It's time to look back to see what my July looked like! Month in Review is a monthly meme hosted by Kathryn @ Book Date

Books Read:

Independent Study by Joelle Charbonneau
Mr. Darcy's Rival by Kara Louise
A Matter of Chance by L.L. Diamond
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
Suddenly Mrs. Darcy by Jenetta James ~ Reread


Alive by Scott Sigler

Suddenly Mrs. Darcy by Jenetta James

Newly Purchased Books:

For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund

Newly Purchased E-Book with Audible:

Paper Towns by John Green

Books Received for Review:

No new books for review.

Paper Craft Projects:

I'm been working on some scrapbooking pages and making some cards.

That's about it! How was your month? 


  1. Looks like you had a great month, Candy! :) That's great that you had time for some crafting! I miss working on some crocheting projects, been itching to get back!

    1. Hi, Meredith! I know, right?! I made 12 cards (from a kit) and I think about 5 scrapbook pages. Lol! I wish I could get those together faster! I also worked on a "space" to scrapbook, so I can leave it all out and work on it a little at a time. I only have to put it up to fold clothes once a week. Sweet! Now maybe I can get caught up, I'm only 11 years behind! o_O haha! Plus, I bought an Audible of "Outlander" so I could listen while I was crafting! It worked out well. :)

  2. It looks like you had a great reading month. I've done some scrapbooking. It does require space and time. Enjoy!

    1. Hi, Pat! Thanks! I wish I could put pages together faster. It takes me so long to pick the colors and decorations for a page! It was much easier when I just stuck them on a blank page! But not as pretty! ;)

  3. I like to dabble in card making but haven't done any for ages. I'm not creative but need to get ideas from others! I am not sure I could concentrate on audio while doing craft. I tend not to be able to multitask. I loved Outlander on audio, the narrator is fantastic.

    1. Hi, Kathryn! Lol! That is why it takes me so long to put a scrapbook page together! The cards were a kit which had instructions! Much easier! I did make four more cards with some of the leftover material and stuff I had on hand. :) As far as listening to an audiobook while crafting, occasionally I do have to stop what I'm doing to listen closer to the story or I may have to rewind the story if I miss something, but mostly I don't have a problem doing both. There are somethings I can't do while listening to a book, like cooking...can't do it! When do you listen to audiobooks?


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