September TBR

I read 6 books in August, so I’m aiming for the same in September at least! If you want to see some of what I’ve read this year, check out my post here.

So, what are my plans for September? These are the ones I definitely want to read:

  1. Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers. This is a library loan, so I need to get on to this asap!
  2. A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins. This was on my next to read on WWW Wednesday, but I haven’t started it yet!
  3. The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar. I’ve heard so many good things, and I’m just waiting to get it from the library.
  4. One Day by David Nicholls. Another one I’ve had really hyped up, and I’m so excited to see how it lives up to expectations.

I’m going to try and make the rest of what I read some of the books I own, because I currently have a whole heap in a box that don’t fit in my shelves… But the odds of me going back and forward between the library is very high.

The other main thing I’ll be doing is starting my new job! It’s been a bit of a nightmare getting my contract and training sorted, but I finally get to start this month. It’s still complicated figuring out exactly what hours I’ll be doing, but I have a few days scheduled in so yay! It’s also going to include a bit of travel at the end of the month, and even though it’s work it’ll be nice to get away.

Have you read any of these? What September reads are you most looking forward to?

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  1. I read The Henna Wars and it was a good read! Personally I felt it was maybe for a slightly younger age demographic (say mid-late teens?) but I thought the story was still good though! I hope you enjoy it and can’t wait to hear your thoughts on it!

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  2. I hope your new job goes really well for you 🙂
    I need to read A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes too. I was intending on rereading The Hunger Games first, but I keep NOT doing that, so I might just skip ahead and read this one. I remember them fairly well anyway.

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