Wow, I’m running behind on my reading recaps. Also wow, my reading has slowed down so much this fall! With all the craziness on my plate, I’m less likely to be found reading and more likely to while away the evening hours screwing around on my phone and going to bed early.
This month, I unintentionally read only female writers. I also read primarily YA. Considering I haven’t been following new releases in the genre that closely this year, this took me by surprise. Looking at the list, there’s a lot of fluff here. But it was enjoyable fluff that distracted me from a hectic fall. For that, I’m grateful.
- Number of books read: 5
- Number of pages read: 1,975
- Number of audiobooks listened to: 1
- Number of rereads: 1
- Longest book: Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas
- Shortest book: The Path Between Us by Susan Stabile
- Highest rating: Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young
- Lowest rating: Wildcard by Marie Lu
Another month has come and gone, and I’ve been busy reading! Because, really, what else do I have to do with my time? Actually, I’m quite thrilled because my massive pile of library books that I’ve been chipping away at since January is now reduced to ZERO! Which is a good feeling!
I was on a roll early in the month, but slowed down near the end due to being out of town. This month features a ridiculous amount of YA (what else is new?), some new releases, some rereads, some hyped books, and some that had me less than thrilled.
My thoughts on the following books are all spoiler-free. If you want to talk about any of the titles, feel free to leave a comment!
It’s time for my first reading recap of the year!
As part of a project to better track my reading habits, at the end of each month, I’m sharing some statistics from what books I covered. Being a graduate student on top of working full time, I really don’t have the mental capacity to review each book I read. So this is a way to share what I’m reading. These posts will also be handy summaries that I can use later for personal purposes.
I do share some brief thoughts about each book and I do my best to phrase things in a way that don’t have spoilers. These aren’t reviews, just scattered thoughts that I put in my notebook to help me remember my impression of the book. If you have any questions or want to talk further about anything you see on this list, I’d be happy to do that with you in the comments! Or, feel free to add me on Goodreads!
If you want more information about each book, follow the links embedded in the titles. That will bring you to the book’s Goodreads page.
So here we go!