Books Read in September


I'm a little late posting this, but I wanted to make a fun video to celebrate all the reading I did in September, but I just realized I wrote 'August' everywhere instead of September. Yeah, it's been one of those days. I thought about not posting it, but I worked hard on it and nothing is ever perfect so I just decided to go with it!

1. Shades of Earth (Across the Universe 3) by Beth Revis
2. Wake (Dream Catcher 1) by Lisa McMann (my spoiler-free review of the trilogy here.)
3. Fade (Dream Catcher 2) by Lisa McMann
4. Gone (Dream Catcher 3) by Lisa McMann
5. Scarlet (Lunar Chronicles 2) by Marissa Meyer
6. White Cat (Curse Workers) by Holly Black
7. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (Between) by Genevieve April Tucholke
8. Hex Hall (Hex Hall 1) by Rachel Hawkins
9. Demonglass (Hex Hall 2) by Rachel Hawkins

I seriously can't remember the last time I read this many books in a month. I read those mostly in the beginning to early middle of the month. I just hadn't read in a while and I was in the mood to read so, bam! I'm a couple chapters into Hex Hall #3, Spell Bound, but I haven't touched it in over a week. It's great, I'm just not in the 'reading mood' lately, that and my Global Sustainabilities professor is assigning papers like crazy, but in an odd way I'm really enjoying the class!



These were the books I pulled from my To Be Read jar (got the idea from the awesome booktuber, Katytastic.) I was only planning on pulling one, but then I went crazy and read a whole series then pulled two more books after that. I must say though, I absolutely loved Scarlet and can't wait to read the next book after White Cat! Reviews will be coming soon (I've written them down, now I just have to remember to type them up for the blog.)



Hope you all had an awesome book-filled September!





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  1. I like the To Be Read jar idea, sometimes it's hard to chose what to read next.

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  2. I love the To Be Read jar idea. This will makes things so much easier for me to decide what book I want to read next.

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    1. Isn't it such a great idea!? Whoever came up with it is a total genius, I definitely agree that's it's hard to decide what to read next! Thanks, James! :)

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