Goodbye Summer! It was nice to actually experience some sunshine for once and to get to relax. I had my highs and lows but it was a really fun month. We are now moving in to autumn and the end of the year and it makes me a bit sad but there’s still lots of reading to be done, right?
Can’t Stop Listening
Starving – Hailee Steinfeld ft. Zedd
Gangsta – Kehlani
Heathens – Twenty One Pilots
The Favourites: The Body Electric // This Savage Song // Iron Cast // Exit Strategy (Just the Nadia Stafford series as a whole, really)
About A Girl // Until Friday Night // The House In Quill Court // Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone // The Two Pearls of Wisdom // Visions
Underwater // The Necklace of the Gods // The Gracekeepers // Trust Me On This // Recipe For Love // Charlie All Night
The Book Addicts Guide: More Than Just A Blog | Relationships Forged
Boats Against The Current: Bloggers, Do You Get ‘Comment Guilt’? // Five Reasons To Read YA Fiction // Five Reasons To Read The Classics
Confessions of a Book Geek: I’m Breaking Up With Ebooks // Ebooks vs Paper Books – The Facts (this second post was actually really interesting, you should read it)
Paper Fury: Do You Give Authors Second Chances? // Should The ‘Special Snowflake’ Trope Be Retired And Left 20,000 Leagues Underground Or Is It Still Fun? // Under-Appreciated Bookworm Talents
Hawwa Etc.: Blogging Survival Guide
Smart Bitches, Trashy Books: Real Quick – Why Reading Romance Is Brave and Powerful (because romance readers get just as much grief as adult YA readers do)
The Book Satchel: Fifteen Books That Celebrate Friendship
It Starts At Midnight: Lesser Known (But Still Kind of Annoying) Tropes // Shattering Stigmas (this is the opening post but go check out the tag for all the posts, these are touching reads)
Of Dragons and Hearts: Reading Bad Books (I’m looking at you Torn) // Re-Reading Childhood Favourites
Feed Your Fiction Addiction: Sex and Violence in YA | Is There a Difference?
So Obsessed With: Six in Sixteen | What I’ve Learned This Year
The Perpetual Page-Turner: To Savour Or To Binge? That’s Literally Always the Question.
Metaphors and Moonlight: Do Spoilers Actually Ruin Books?
Lily Bloom Books: Do You Review Every Book You Read?
Broc’s Bookcase: We Have the Power!
And there is my month! How has your August been? Has it been productive as you’ve had lot’s of free time or have you felt lazier than usual and gotten nothing done? It always seems to go one of two ways in the summer months.