Ugh, I did horrible blogging this month. Real life definitely got in the way of that and my reading, as you’ll see in a bit. But work had me scrambling for the majority of August and the first 2 weeks of September. Once that crazy was done She-ra had some health issues that I’m still dealing with. So for the last half of September I’ve just been worried about her and babying her. I barely read!
- The Layover by Whitney Gracia Williams
- The One Real Thing by Samantha Young
- The Will by Kristen Ashley
- The Search by Nora Roberts
- The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
- Jackson’s Trust by Violet Duke
- One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid
- The Goal by Elle Kennedy
A – 2
B – 3
C – 3
E-book – 6
Print – 2 (one from the library)
Contemp – 5
Fiction – 1
New Adult – 1
Mystery – 1
I read the Girl on the Train to get ready for the movie. The main character, Rachel, really pissed me off. LOL Despite that I like how it unfolded and just guessed who the killer was right before the reveal. Can’t wait to see the movie and I really like Emily Blunt. The Will and the Search were comfort rereads. I really enjoyed The One Real Thing and One True Loves. I just finished the Goal and I don’t know if it was a combination circling around the drain of a potential reading slump or that it was about a pregnancy, but I wasn’t loving it. I liked Tucker and Sabrina. But when she had the baby? Meh. I didn’t want all that detail. That’s just me though. Luckily that wasn’t a big part of the book so when I felt it was slogging I just skipped those parts. I never skip when I read so is that saying something? Maybe.
Let’s hope October is a better month for everyone!