Hello! I’m so excited finally get on a normal posting schedule. There will be a post at least every Tuesday and Thursday. There may be more, but rely on there being posts on those two days. I figured out my schedule so I now have Tuesdays and Thursdays off which means I’m setting those days aside for reading, writing, and blogging. I am also excited to get back into reading. I didn’t read much in August with the whole move into college, but I’m now settled and ready to relax with some good books.
I’ve already finished a few, but I’m going to wait until my wrap up to tell you all about them. This also could change a little bit since my birthday is Saturday and I’ll probably be getting a few new books.
Current Read: Masks of Shadows – I’m loving this! I cannot wait to find out what happens
Current Read: Paper Princess by Erin Watt (ebook) – I was bored in my math class that I’m only taking to remain a full time student to stay in the dorm, so I pulled out my phone and started reading this. I don’t recommend ignoring the class that’s hardest for you, but I also can’t honestly bring myself to not tell you to read during your classes. Jennifer L. Armentrout and Roshani Chokshi have raved about how addicting this book is, so I’m excited to
These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch – I read the first book in Raasch’s other series and really enjoyed it years ago. I put a hold on this book at the library because I feel like I’ve been waiting for this novel forever. Raasch made a Pintrest board for this a while ago when it was still an idea and it has been interesting watching it grow from that into a full novel.
The Color Project by Sierra Abrams- I’ve wanted to read this since before the novel was released. I am so glad that I am finally picking up this novel. I can’t really remember why I wanted to read this, but oh well.
In A Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware – These past few months that I’ve taken a break, I’ve found a love for adult thrillers. This is the first book that Ware has written in the thriller genre that I know of, so I’m going to try to read her books in order. I also decided to pick up her novels because of BooksandLaLa.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman – I started this last month and only got twenty pages in before putting it down. I’ve decided to give it another chance and see if it was just because I was busy.
A Girl in the Himalayas by David Vignolli – I honestly know nothing about this other than that the cover is beautiful.
Dusk or Dark or Dawn or Day by Seanan McGuire – I don’t know too much about this, but I really want to read a Seanan McGuire book this month.
Goldie Vance Vol. 1-4 by Hope Larson – I’ve been flying through
Beast Keeper by Lucy Coats – I’ve been thinking about Greek mythology in the past few days so I’ve decided to request the first two books in this middle grade series to see if I like it.
Hound of hades by Lucy Coats – See above ^^^^^
The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J Maas (reread) – I’m rereading these in preparation for the last novel coming out. Am I ready? No, no I’m not ready for this to come to an end, but I’m ready to have answers.
Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas (reread) – See above
If There’s No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout – I really need to finish this novel…. I started it a long time ago but at that point the whole stress of deciding where to go to college made me put it down. I’m ready to pick it back up now and hopefully enjoy my favorite author’s writing.
Storm by Brigid Kemmerer (reread) – My friend Dylan is doing a last minute readalong and I’m going to join in for the first book at least. I enjoyed this novel a long time ago (2014) and I cannot wait to see if my opinion changes.
That’s it for now. I hope I’m able to read all of these with my classes, projects, and work, but I feel like I can make time to read more.