It seems like July is going to be a "light" reading month for me, in that I don't have a lot of reading I "have" to do so I can see about tackling the massive Mount TBR on my bookshelves.
I am still working on Ulysses this month as my project book -- it's slow going, but I am impressed with my progress, though I still think it will be on the currently-reading shelf for a while yet. It's one of those books where I need to isolate myself and concentrate.
For my reading groups:
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
The Stranger by Albert Camus
Both of these are re-reads
For thelittlereader's readalong:
Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie
I did just sign up for The Canadian Book Challenge 4 to celebrate the literature of my homeland, so I'll go through Mount TBR and see what books I already have before I make my shopping list for when I visit next month (This is as good an excuse as any to pick up some books!)
Also in July I am eagerly anticipating the release of Jennifer Weiner's new novel, Fly Away Home, which I already pre-ordered at my local indie. She is one of my favorite writers, so I'll likely start reading this as soon as I pick it up.
What will you be reading this month?