September Wrap Up

September Wrap Up

So what did I read in September? Let take a look, shall we?

* Pines by Blake Crouch 
* Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead 
* Frostbite by Richelle Mead 
* Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead 
* Blood Promise by Richelle Mead 
* Spirit Bound by Richelle Mead
* Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead 
* The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong 
* The Calling by Kelley Armstrong 
* The Rising by Kelley Armstrong 
* The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong 
* The Awakening by Kelley Armstrong 
* The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong 
* Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 
* Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris 
* Club Dead by Charlaine Harris 
* Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris 
* Dead as a Doornail by Charlaine Harris 
* Definitely Dead by Charlaine Harris 
* All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris 
* From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris 
* Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris 
* Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris 
* Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard 
* Two Little Girls by Kate Medina 
* Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler 
* Dead Wrong by Leighann Dobbs 
* Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick 
* Americanos, Apple Pies and Art Thieves by Harper Lin 
* A Shore Thing by Scotty T 
* Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey by Ed Sheeran 
* Jinxed by Amy McCulloch 
* Charlottes Webb by E.B.White 
* Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll 
* The Mist by Stephen King
* A Clash of Kings by George.R.R.Martin 
* Wildcard by Marie Lu 
* Warcross by Marie Lu 

Month Overview:

Total Books Read - 38

Favourite New Book of the Month - Wildcard by Marie Lu

Favourite Reread of the Month - The Sookie Stackhouse Series

Favourite Author of the Month (New)- Victoria Aveyard

Favourite Author of the Month (Reread)- Charlaine Harris

Worst Book of the Month - Two Little Girls by Kate Medina

Worst Author of the Month - Kate Medina

Games Taken Part of This Month - Easy Tag, CC, Hard Tag

Games Completed This Month - Easy Tag, CC Bingo, CC Blackout 

Banned Book Week

Banned Book Week - September 22nd - 28th 2019

This week over on TBL, I am hosting an event for Banned Book Week. Basically, this week is all about reading books that have been banned from schools, certain countries etc. We do this to celebrate our love of reading and our freedom to choose what we want to read.

Be Free
Read What You Want
For The Love of  Reading