August Overview + September TBR

August has been a very good month in terms of reading books. I actually read most of the books on my TBR. Cause most of the times I just read completely random books and just keep increasing my TBR. However, I did stick to my TBR this time. AND OH MY GOD, I kind of maybe found a favorite series. The Every series by Ellie Marney. It is kind of a spinoff of Sherlock.

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July Overview + August TBR

Here is an overview for the month of July and my TBR for August. From the beginning of July, I had accepted that I would not be reading a lot of books this month, taking into account that I had my midterms from 10th to 18th. And foolish me, I had decided to do the Hobonichi Challenge for July. My brain was probably on overdrive trying to balance out my priorities. I mostly just randomly browse books and pick something that sounds interesting or looks glorious. TBR lists intimidate me, to be honest.  Nevertheless, this time I am going to make a specific TBR list for August. I hope that this will be a productive month in terms of reading books! 😀

5 Things I Learned From Jane Austen

Jane Austen’s works are perhaps, my favorite among the classics genre. I loved reading all of her six published works. Persuasion is my favorite closely followed by Pride and Prejudice. I love diving into her world of courtships, dances and balls and the times, which I can only read about now. Her work have a pretty-wicked sense of wit and humor that just suit my taste.

Ten Reasons Why I Loved Lady Midnight

Four years have passed since the Dark War and the then twelve-year-old children- Emma Carstairs and Julian Blackthorn have been forced to grow up faster as both their parents were killed during the war. Julian and Emma are parabatai. A sacred bond between shadowhunters, forbidden to fall in love. Dead bodies start to turn up around the city bearing strange marks. They try to follow the leads and try to crack the mystery forming a potentially disastrous alliance with the fae.