Monthly Motif August Highlights {Genre Jumble}

august-highlightsOur August Monthly Motif Challenge was Genre Jumble. We hope you all had fun mixing it up this month and trying something new. Kim – My book for August was Please Ignore Vera Dietz, A.S. King. It’s a contemporary book and I’m not a big fan of contemporary. I thought I might like this one because it involves a mysterious death. I was right. I did enjoy this book. I read it pretty quickly and found it sad, humorous, and thought provoking.

vera dietz

Tanya – My choice was Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty, which is a contemporary novel. Like Kim, I don’t read much contemporary, but I thought I’d enjoy this as I’ve read books by Moriarty before – Big Little Lies and The Husband’s Secret, and I thoroughly enjoyed both of them. Well … I really liked Truly Madly Guilty, but not as much as the other two. Still, I’d definitely recommend it.

truly madly guilty (book)

Thanks to everyone who participated in the challenge last month –Julie @ Reading Life (And Then You Die) | Katrina @ Chased by My Imagination (The Girl With All the Gifts) | Cinzia (Anche le parole curano).

Ypu’re welcome to join us for the remaining months of the 2016 Monthly Motif Reading Challenge. The theme for September is Steampunk, Science Fiction, Fantasy.


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