Summer is coming to a close and it is time to break out the Autumn-themed candles and warm blankets. I’m torn between missing the warmth that the past three months have brought me, but I am also beyond excited to get ready for Halloween and Thanksgiving.

I will admit, I have already started using some pumpkin pie scented wax cubes to make my workspace a little more festive, and I am loving it. What’s your favorite thing about Autumn?

Anyways, on to the point of this post. I haven’t read much in the past month, and I’m a little upset about that. August brought a lot of change that I wasn’t quite prepared for, so most of my time has been put toward writing and working on this blog. Of course, that just means I have to make up for it by reading many more books this September.

 

Ghosted by Rosie Walsh

I’m a sucker for a good romance novel, so when I got the opportunity to pick one extra book for free when I signed up for The Book of The Month club (not sponsored) I decided to get Ghosted. This book got pushed to the side a bit while I caught up with my other books in July, so that is why I just got around to reading it in August. It definitely was what I needed to unwind and I recommend to anyone that is looking for a good romance novel to read.

Crazy Rish Asians by Kevin Wan

Is it too obvious what one of my favorite genres is? I couldn’t help it. With the movie coming out I decided that it was finally time to pick up this great book. I recommend this one if you haven’t read it already. Also, I plan on getting the other two books the next time I visit the nearest library.

The Air You Breathe by Frances de Pontes Peebles

This novel is not the type of book I would usually read, and that is exactly why I chose to read it. It was beautiful and I was in tears all throughout the last chapter. The development of each character was incredible and the struggles between them kept me on the edge of my seat. I would definitely reread this book in the future.

 

What was your favorite August read? I enjoy reading your comments, and I would love to hear what you have to say!

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-Liza

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