I have a lot planned for this month, unfortunately only very little of it has to do with reading, books and/or the blog, but bear with me. I don’t think I will lower my post count per week (4-5 seems a reasonable amount), however, I have come to a point in my life where I really need to take charge of what’s going to happen next. Do you know the feeling of getting stuck doing something just because it is comfortable and familiar, instead of investing some time, money and sweat into doing what you were meant to do or something you wanted to do for a while? Well, I feel sort of stuck and it’s time for a change. I want to do SO much, but it involves research, interviewing strangers and hoping for their help/advice and generally moving on from where I am now. So, I want to do that starting this month, knowing well that it will take some time and that it won’t just be a matter of weeks. Therefore I selected some books, but nothing that can’t be done in a month:
- Blue Lily, Lily Blue/Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater
I love the Raven Cycle so far and they are pretty fast reads. So, that’s that.
- P.S. I Like You by Kasie West
You probably already know that this one was in my August OwlCrate box. It’s also my first Kasie West book, so I fairly excited to get to it.
- It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover
Also, shame on me for not having read anything by Colleen Hoover until this point. I am kind of scared to get sucked into her literary world … what if I need all the books afterwards? My poor, poor wallet and shelf.
- Unscripted Joss Byrd by Lygia Day Peñaflor
I’ve raved about the release of this one, simply because movie sets are one of my most beloved settings ever.
- Because I Love You by Tori Rigby
I planned on reading this with Cátia and Cristina once, but I am not sure they have time.
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If through some magic, I could get my hands on a copy of Furthermore and Witch’s Pyre, I would also tackle them right away most likely. But that’s it from my side. What are you going to read?