My September wrap-up and October TBR.
Guess what? It's September now! And time for another wrap-up and TBR post. I wonder if I'll ever get bored of writing these. I hope not. It was my brother's birthday yesterday and I was more excited to write this post (jk).
It's August now! I started back at university yesterday and I cannot believe that it's my last semester. I'm really bummed about that. Anyway, let's get into all the books I read in July and what I plan to read in August.
Hey everyone! June is over already? That went very quickly. Maybe because I'm on holidays. But even though I'm on holidays, I still haven't read an awful lot. June Wrap-Up In June I read five books. Three of them were what I put in my June TBR. The Secret Place by Tana French Geekerella by Ashley Poston … Continue reading June Wrap-Up and July TBR
I have been tagged by Luna @Bookish Luna to do the TBR Tag. Luna has a fantastic book blog, so go check it out! It was great to have been tagged because I love thinking about my TBR.
In May I was a very slow reader. I guess I didn't really feel like reading as much. However, I did read exactly what I predicted I would in my May TBR!
Young Adult is one of my favourite genres and there are so many books that sound fantastic that I haven't had a chance to read yet. I have put together a list of 10 books that are the highest on my Young Adult TBR. I did the same recently with mystery/thriller and it was such a great way of organising my TBR. I would classify all of these books as either contemporary or romance. Young Adult comes in so many genres so this list of books are relatively similar!
April is over and I had an average reading month. I was more into reading earlier in the month and by mid-April was sort of sick of it. It took me 10 days to read Big Little Lies, which isn't that long, but it felt like forever! So I struggled a bit this month because I was focusing more on my university assignments and felt guilty about reading. Then I also started my new job, which drained me completely because I'm not used to working 8 hours a day.
One of my favourite genres is thriller/mystery, but I don't read it often because it takes a lot out of me! Sometimes they make me stay up at night, or make me wonder continuously what the outcome will be so that I just must finish the book. Therefore, I often take breaks from this genre. In fact, I haven't read one for at least three months, and I have a lot on my TBR. I decided to make a list of my top 10, and I am hoping to read them in the order that they are placed in this list. As I have chosen so many books I will just include a two-sentence synopsis of the book, and my brief thoughts about it.
March is already over and I managed to read some great books. I started university again this month, which brought on many new assignments that I need to work on. I still found time to read, and it helps that I have around an hour on the train each uni day to read.