I am a little ashamed at how long it has taken me to write this post but the end of summer was mental for me and so busy that I didn’t see the weeks pass. I have just about come round to normality again after the crazy period and I’ so happy to be getting back into my books. For a few weeks there I didn’t pick up a book and it wasn’t because I didn’t want to read, it was because I was so exhausted every night that once dinner was over all I wanted to do was sleep and prepare for the day ahead. Now that we are back into the swing of things I am able to de-stress after work with a good book and a great cup of tea.
Due to August’s busyness I didn’t read as many books as I had hoped but below are the ones I did get reading, just click on the titles for the reviews;
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – J.K Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany
The Secret of Heaven – Felix Alexander
Angels and Demons – Dan Brown
September has started out strong for me because I have got stuck into my TBR and I am nearly finished some of the books I’m reading. I have an awful habit of reading more than one book at a time because I get too excited about reading them. I always tell myself I’ll just read the first few pages and then I’ll stop but I always end up reading further into it. Therefore, below are the books on my TBR for September but if you have read my Daily Reads you’ll know I have already started some of these;
Scarlet – Marissa Meyer
Dorothy Must Die – Danielle Paige
Digital Fortress – Dan Brown
Hollow City – Ransom Riggs
The Muse – Jessie Burton
I am very excited to read another Dan Brown book, I know this one is older than The Da Vinci Code and is centred around a different character so I am intrigued to see what way the plot will go and how this character will handle it. I am also looking forward to reading The Muse by Jessie Burton, I had pre-ordered this book determined to read it when it arrived however it came in the post mid-summer when work and life got very busy. This is also a special copy as it is signed by Jessie Burton so I am very pleased with it and can’t wait to get started.
So I hope that you are having a great September reading, it won’t be long until the weather changes, the leaves start falling and it is the perfect time to pull out a cosy blanket and pour a cup of tea.