August & September Wrap-ups (wow I am behind)

Thanks to my new school schedule, I completely blanked on writing my August monthly wrap-up. And thanks to my new traveling schedule (I leave for New York City in THREE days guys!!!!!!!!), I need to go ahead and write September’s monthly wrap-up so that I don’t miss that one, too. I’m also reading a new book that an author sent me that is amazing, albeit lengthy, so I don’t think I’ll be fitting anymore books into this month, so it’s safe to wrap it up. So now I have two months crammed into one lengthy post for you guys. Enjoy.

(Because I have so many books to share with you all, I’m not going to include any notes on each book besides the rating! A vast majority of these books already have their own reviews featured on my blog anyways)


In July I only read 7 books, so I promised myself that I would read more than that in August. And guess what? I succeeded! I read eight books. One more than seven. Go ahead and call me an overachiever if you must.

The Goodbye GirlsThe Goodbye Girls– Lisa Harrington


Rating: 2.75 stars


Watch You BurnWatch You Burn– Amanda Searcy


Rating: 3.25 stars


Tell Me LiesTell Me Lies– Carola Lovering


Rating: 4 stars


Every Little Bad IdeaEvery Little Bad Idea– Caitie McKay


Rating: 3 stars


Always and Forever, Lara Jean (To All the Boys I've Loved Before, #3)Always and Forever, Lara Jean– Jenny Han


Rating: 3.5 stars


Dare You to LieDare You to Lie– Amber Lynn Natusch


Rating: 4.5 stars


Like Never and AlwaysLike Never and Always– Ann Aguirre


Rating: 3.75 stars


The One That Got AwayThe One That Got Away– Joe Clifford


4 stars


So, my average rating for the month of August wassssss (drum-roll please): 3.59! Worse than July and June but better than May, so I’ll take it.


Well, I fell behind again in my reading and only completed 5 books this month. I’m not mad at myself though because it’s been a crazy month and my mind has been focused on a lot. I can’t really promise that October will be any better because, hello, I’ll be in NYC for the entire month and maybe I’ll read a lot but it’s more likely that I won’t? So yea, there’s that.

Pimp in the PulpitPimp in the Pulpit– Thomas Leslie McRae


Rating: 2 stars



Pimp in the PulpitPimp in the Pulpit II– Thomas Leslie McRae


Rating: 3 stars



The Miseducation of Cameron PostThe Miseducation of Cameron Post– Emily M. Danforth


Rating: 5 stars



SurvivalSurvival– Rachel Watts


Rating: 4 stars



The Last Straw (Pigeon-Blood Red)The Last Straw– Ed Duncan


Rating: 4 stars


My average rating for September was a solid 3.6! Literally 0.1 more than August. We’ll go with it.

How has the past couple of months been for you reading-wise? Has the end of Summer changed your reading moods? Talk to me 🙂

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