1 October 2016

September Wrap Up

Hello everyone! Can you believe it's October already? First off, I'd like to apologise for the lack of blog posts this month. I got into a major reading slump as soon as I started reading Empire of Storms - yes the book is to blame - and it's taken me weeks to get out of it. I had no desire to pick up a book or even look at my blog. But I feel like I'm starting to get out of it now! 

So, other than my reading slump, September wasn't that busy of a month for me. I did get a horrendous cold towards the end, but before that I spent three nights in a row seeing my favourite band of all time playing in Glasgow! McFly did a comeback anthology tour that involved them doing 3 shows in four cities and singing the entirety of their 5 studio albums. It was honestly some of the best nights of my life. I was paying for about a week afterwards, but it was worth every bit of pain I was in just to see them.
I just love these boys so much.

Movie wise, this month I saw 4 movies at the cinema: Bad Moms - hilarious! Don't Breathe - very tense and nail biting. I loved it! Blair Witch - a very boring sequel. Laughed my way through it. And lastly, Deepwater Horizon -  an amazing film of a heartbreaking disaster. Definitely my favourite of the month.

Reading wise, it was very clear I was in a reading slump. I only managed to finish 3 books.
1. The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen
2. Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas
3. PS I Like You by Kasie West

I didn't really have an overall favourite this month, but I think I'd have to go with PS I Like You mainly because it was super adorable.

So this month I'm going to take it easy again. I probably won't have regular reviews up, but I'm planning to have a few up. I definitely need to start getting my EoS thoughts down too.

So how was September for you guys? Is there a book coming out this month that you just can't wait to get your hands on? Let me know in the comments!

1 comment:

  1. Great month! I didn't read anything that was an automatic favorite but a few good ones

    My September Recap!

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