September was surprisingly a hectic month for me (and the bookish-web). I had my highs and lows mentally, marked another year around the sun, and got tackled by a wicked cold.
I didn’t read that much this last month. At first I was a little disappointed, but in the end I’m amazed I got any reading done at all. I don’t want to put myself down. But summer is definitely over, that’s for sure.
Books Read: 2
- Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
- Burn Baby Burn by Meg Medina
- Month In Review // August 2016
- #VASRP Mini-Challenge Round Up
- Back To School Reading // One Book Rec I Always Go To
- #VASRP – Summer Reading Challenge Wrap-Up
- Enter Chapter Books // On Reading With The Niece
- Labyrinth Lost // Excerpt + Giveaway
- Hispanic Heritage Month // Celebrating Culture + History In The USA
- Banned Books Week Sep 25 – Oct 1 // Fight For Your Right To Read
September was busy for me in a way that things just kept happening and happening without giving me a chance to digest it all.
I’m exhausted. The niece is officially back to school, we’re back into our usual morning routines. I wake up early to be with the other niece, so I feel like I hardly ever get a good night’s sleep.
I got to see my friends during our monthly book club meeting via Skype. I haven’t told them, but seeing them even if it’s for an hour gives me so much energy to keep going on, especially when most days I just feel like curling up on the sofa and not doing anything.
I started watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine and I totally get why people like that show. It’s so funny!
I celebrated my birthday last month and to treat myself I bought Pride & Prejudice (the 2005 movie version) and a few books that were on my wishlist.
The last week of the month I caught a cold. Going into the first weekend of October, it got worse that I was bedridden because of soreness, a massive headache, and a cough.
So, I’m still trying to recover from this weird sickness I have. Hopefully, your month went a whole lot better than mine! Did you read or find anything interesting? What books are you looking forward to reading the most?