I’m posting every single day in September! Go here to check out everything I’ve talked about so far!
I’m not one for TBRs. In fact, I’m pretty certain that if there was a competition for biggest to-be-read hater the award would go to me. I find it nearly impossible to schedule my reading – I’m your typical mood reader.
However in saying that I’m going to try and stick to a (kind of) TBR throughout September. I have included a bunch of different genres and books that I’ve recently thought would float my boat – so I think I can maybe stick to it? Possibly? I’ll update you at the end of the month!
Asking for It by Louise O’Neill
This one is probably the biggest if on my shelf this month. I say that because I have tried to pick this up numerous times before and it’s never grabbed my attention, but I’m half way through another YA book at the moment (my first for months!) and I feel like maybe it’s the perfect time to try this again.
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed
I hauled this book back in July with the intention of reading it while I was away on holiday. Obviously, that did not happen. But since being discharged yesterday, I’m sort of bouncing off the walls looking for inspirational reads, and I think this book might just hit the nail on the head.
Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur
Before August I had never read a poetry collection before, but after reading Sylvia Plath’s Ariel, I have been waiting anxiously to get my hands on this. This book has been recommended by everyone recently, in the book community or not, and the hype has definitely caught my attention. I guarantee that this is a book I will be picking up throughout the entire month of September and reading a few poems nightly.
My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows
A bunch of people have been reading this one lately – and for some reason it has really caught my attention. I haven’t been reading too much YA recently but after the rave reviews I’ve seen surrounding this I know I’m keen to get to it.
Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham
This is one of the classic female girl-power memoirs that have been floating around the book-world for a while now. I originally started reading this one back in May but got sidetracked with other things so I’d like to at least make a little bit of progress on this one!
So these are the books I want to read in September! Have you read any of them that you can recommend? Let me know below! ❁