Hey guys! So it’s been a really long time since I’ve done one of these posts mostly because I just stopped doing them. There’s no reason why really. This month I decided to get into it again because I need to try to get back into blogging again…I couldn’t even write two sentences last night and it does have to do with my blog hiatus. But I’m trying to be ok and doing things you love is supposed to help. I also would like to note that I deactivated Twitter because I was spending wayyyyyyy too much time on there and it’s not healthy to spend that much time on any social media so I deactivated it about two weeks ago.
The good news is I started reading again, just not reviewing quite yet. I’ll get there one of these days. I read several books this month before my blog hiatus happened. And I still read a few during the hiatus. I only bought two ebooks this month because July was a bit too much with the book buying so a book buying ban was needed. I did also buy two e-reader cases, one for each of my e-readers. My Kobo case broke though due to stress on the case itself, so that one was necessary. Plus, I’m a bit of a case hoarder.
There’s going to be a lot of scrolling for this post, but I thought that would be easier than having it all bunched up together. Trying something new there because I thought that would help with the spacing issues I had in the last previous posts.
Library ebooks I read:
Digital Advanced Reader Copies I read:
Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw, Would Like to Meet, and Chasing Midnight. Reviews for the first two listed here will be coming soon. I have to wait for Winterwood per the publisher’s request. Stealing Home was originally a digital ARC book but I couldn’t comfortably read the PDF book so I bought the ebook format I wanted it in when it came out.
E-Books I bought:
The Boy Who Steals Houses and Red, White, and Royal Blue.
Five star ratings:
The Undomestic Goddess
The Start of Me and You
My rereads were the only ones that got five star ratings this month. They were The Undomestic Goddess, Twenties Girl, and The Start of Me and You. I discovered that the ebook version of The Start of Me and You had unexpected bonus content and that was a pleasant surprise. I had to reread that twice because I read the bonus content during the last five minutes of break one day and had to go back and enjoy it more again. It made me happy especially since we have until January for the second book to come out. So if you need to read the bonus content still, the ebook has it but the book doesn’t! I read the regular version the first time.
Four star ratings:
Stuck with You
Hearts made for breaking
Sea Witch Rising
Three star rating: This does not mean I did not like the book.
Would Like to Meet
I don’t know if I can plan a TBR. I only have one ARC to read that I know of and I’m currently reading it. I also have a 9/11 series I always reread in September by Karen Kingsbury, and some library ebooks. I want to focus on my books I already own, so ARC books will probably decline for me. I still have a few reviews to put up in the future though! So don’t worry too much about that.
My Wildest Dream (ARC from publisher)
Read Bottom Up (Library ebook)