I know I am incredibly late with this, but as you probably all know I have been without internet access most of the time for the last couple of weeks. However, this Wednesday I finally received my password so that I could log on to the internet in my room. I will truthfully return to blogging now.
August hasn’t been a great reading month, what with all the stress about the driver’s license test and moving to Sweden for a semester. Considering, 8 books isn’t that bad a number:
- If I Stay – Gayle Forman
- The Constant Liberal: Phyllis Bottome – Pam Hirsch
- The Help – Kathryn Stockett
- Fingersmith – Sarah Waters
- Beside the Sea – Véronique Olmi
- Caramelo – Sandra Cisneros
- The Tapestry of Love – Rosy Thornton
- In His Own Write and A Spaniard in the Works – John Lennon
Most of these have turned out to be great reads, except for If I Stay and the John Lennon book maybe. You might also notice that I still have to review most of these books. I’m hoping to catch up with reviews in September. As I am ridiculously late with this post, I won’t post my “reading plans” for September. To be honest, I don’t really have any (I’m mostly reading for comfort at the moment).