After missing the August TBR today I’m going to write about my September one. I had some issues with August so I couldn’t read as many books as I wanted. But September is just perfect for reading. It is back to school time, I’m starting my college in October so I have plenty of time to read and the weather is just perfect as it’s getting colder and cozier.
- Persuasion by Jane Austin ~ My plan is to read all of the Jane Austin books as she is my all time favorite writer. I just love her style and characters. This book I actually started reading in August but finished few days ago. I really loved it. The plot is amazing and I liked in which direction it went.
- Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys ~ This is another book that I finished last week. I read Between shades of grey by Ruta Sepetys in July and loved it so much. I wanted to read another book of hers and picked this one up. At the beginning I wasn’t really hooked up but as I kept reading it was better and better.
- Nanny Diaries by Emma McLauglin ~ This is the book from my Reading challenge. I watched the movie so many times before I even knew there is a book. I started reading it last year but didn’t finish it. I find like now is the right time to do that. I know I’m going to read it very fast.
- My sister’s keeper by Jodi Picoult ~ Another book from my reading challenge. As well as with Nanny Diaries I first heard about the movie and then about book. But I haven’t seen the movie yet. I really want to read the book first. I know I’m late on this train but I don’t care because I feel like I’m going to really enjoy it now.
- Harry Potter & Philosopher stone by J.K Rowling ~ I feel so embarrassed to even say this but I have never read the Harry Potter book series. Before you start to ask what’s wrong with me let me explain. When the first book was released I wasn’t even born yet. I watched the movies and I loved them so much but I was always afraid that I wouldn’t like the books as much. I know how stupid it sounds so I’m going to change this mistake immediately.
What’s on your September reading list?