Hello lovely readers,
It feels like it has been a while since my last post, and the first week of School has officially ended. I have had no time to read a lot of books as of the start of the month, but I am aiming to post at least one book review every week! It’s going to be a challenge, but I am willing to do it because I have missed just simply writing down everything that ran through my head whilst I was reading the books that I have read in the previous weeks.
But, this post is not about what I plan on writing in the future, but the books I am planning on reading this month.
I have been approached by several authors who asked me to review their works, and I have to say that it is a pleasure of mine that these authors have entrusted me with their work for reviewing. So, I have decided that the month of September is going to be the nth where read most of the ARCs I have received!
ARC | TBR
- A Time to Tour Ghost City by Anjum Choundhury
- The Improbables by Jonathan Charles Bruce
- The Faraway North by Ian Cumpstey
- Indiana Belle by John A. Heldt
- The Mine by John A. Heldt
I am hoping that by the end of the month I have read, if not all, most of the books listed above. Since July, my schedule has been hectic and I haven’t had the time to just sit down and read books, nor did I have the time to write any book reviews at all. But hopefully, with my new found ability to organise, I will be able to write book reviews and also read the novels I plan on reading in a timely manner.
See you all on the next post!
Not a lot happened this month, and I feel like I have abandoned my blog for most of May and I feel terrible for doing so. I have been busy with exams and other things, and I am not like other book bloggers who are able to juggle revision with writing reviews or blog posts, and reading books. Otherwise I would be very distracted from my exams and would have most likely ended up writing an essay about the books I have read, instead of why Marxists believe that the education system is an Ideological State Apparatus that transmits the capitalist ideology of the ruling classes, ensuring that the working class are able to be exploited in their later life as they begin to work ( I am so sorry! I just finished all of my AS Sociology exams and my brain is swimming with sociological theories and I need some kind of outlet). But yes, that is what I have been up to recently. Continue reading
Here are the rules:
- Write a post to show your award
- Give a brief story of how your blog started
- Give two advice to new bloggers
- Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog
- Select 15 other blogs you want to give the award to
So I have mentioned in a previous post that I have been thinking about a blogging challenge, mainly for myself – but if you guys are interested then this post is going to be about the said challenge.
I have been slacking when it comes to my blogging recently and I am quite disappointed with myself as to how little I have actually been on my blog in the past few weeks.
Therefore, next month I have decided to challenge myself to write a post every single day, along with my book reviews too. This is also an attempt to have you guys get to know me more, in terms of bookishness! 😂😂
So, here’s the list!
See you later,
I am writing this to greet everyone a very Merry Christmas!
I hope you all have a great day with your loved ones!