Hello fellow readers! I thought it was about time I posted my wrap-ups. I’ll keep it brief because I want to write a separate post about keeping up with all of the things! But for now, I give my August & September wrap-ups!
Books Read in August:
August was a great month of 8 very different books! Spin the Dawn is a lush fantasy that completely took me by surprise. There Will Come a Darkness is, well dark. And just so lovely. The Warehouse was terrifying in a this-could-be-our-future kind of way.
Books Read in September:
September was a very YA heavy month, but I like it that way. All of these books were amazing in their own ways. Rules for Vanishing is SO CREEPY and just amazing. The Beautiful is a very atmospheric book, I felt like I was walking the streets of New Orleans. I reviewed The Babysitters Coven over on The Nerd Daily. And I’m Not Dying With You Tonight was a quick read, but definitely one that will stay with me.
Other posts from August & September
- Monthly Wrap Up: July 2019
- New Releases: Week of August 6, 2019 Part I
- New Releases: Week of August 6, 2019 Part II
- New Releases: Week of August 13, 2019 Part I
- Blog Tour: There Will Come a Darkness
- Blog Tour: Red Skies Falling by Alex London
This is where I usually update you on my life. This have been…crazy? I don’t know. I’m trying to get my life together and find the time to do everything, but that’s just difficult sometimes. So mostly I’ve been hiding in my books, as evidenced above.
- Shadow Frost by Coco Ma
- The Last True Poets of the Sea by Julia Drake
- The Grace Year by Kim Liggett
- Into the Crooked Place by Alexandra Christo
- I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll
- The Dragon Warrior by Katie Zhao
- The Light at the Bottom of the World by London Shah
- Plus all the of books glaring at me from my NetGalley list
This, as always, is a very tentative list. I’ve begun choosing my next reads based a bit more on feeling rather than a *need* to get a book read. Which just gives an overall better reading experience. So I will read all of those books eventually, but who knows if it’ll actually happen within the month of October.
And that’s all! What does your October look like?
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