September was a weird month for me. For my whole life pretty much my main September concern has been preparing for and then going back to school. I graduated in July. This is the first September of my grown up life, I guess. I celebrated by moving back home, going on holiday with my family for two weeks and then avoiding getting a job. I have however, brought a really great blazer, should an interview come around.
Seventeen-year-old me is disappointed, but not entirely surprised by twenty-two-year old me.
This month I reviewed:
Feelings: Too many elf parts.
Feelings: I am just as in love with Michael Moscovitz at 22 as I was when I was 15.
Feelings: SO MANY. This book made me laugh and then broke my heart. It’s a really interesting exploration of teenage masculinity and coming of age.
Feelings: This is one of my favourite reads of the year so far. Robin Benway seemingly effortlessly navigates really difficult issues and really cute romance.
Feelings: A wonderful book, dealing with the common feelings of being somehow ‘less than’.
Also read this month:
Honourable Friends? Government and the Fight for Change – Caroline Lucas
Lair of Dreams – Libba Bray
Hide and Seek – Ian Rankin
Why Not Me? – Mindy Kaling
(I am so in love)