AUTUMN TBR

8 Nov 2016

So it's been a while. Not intentional but a needed break from blogging and while I'm not sure when I'll get back into the full swing of things, here's a start. Blogging hasn't been the only thing that's suffered due to my suddenly full timetable to so has reading. Over autumn, I hope to change this back to how it was a few months ago and get back into reading. Here are the books I plan on reading this Autumn.

A MONSTER CALLS // PATRICK NESS

I picked this up in a second-hand bookshop just the other week. I recognised the name and, from not realising it was such a short read, I thought it offered a more creepy, gooly vibe to my autumn. The shortness appealed to the fact I have hardly any time and I felt it would be a great book to ease me back into the reading world. 

HOLDING UP THE UNIVERSE // JENNIFER NIVEN

Just because I haven't been reading doesn't mean I've stopped buying books. I've kept my eyes peeled to see this one being released for a while now so when I saw it has, I jumped to buy it. I can't go without my fix of YA and, hopefully, this will do just that. 

THE ACCIDENT SEASON // MOIRA FOWLEY-DOYLE

After seeing this sat on my shelf collecting dust, the only way I knew I would read it is to pack it up with me to uni and have it sit on a shelf with minimal amounts of books til I read it and, with the subject being fitting with this time of year, I thought this would be a great time to give this a go. I haven't read too much into the plot but I hope it, while being something different to want I normally read, will be something I will enjoy. 

HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE // J.K ROWLING

It's still my aim to read off the Harry Potter books, I just don't think it will be possible to do this in a year. The autumnal/wintery feel of these books stopped me from grabbing it over summer but as I now sat here in a cosy jumper wrapped in a blanket along with hot chocolate, I think it's about time I get back into the wizarding world that I've missed. 

MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN // RANSOM RIGGS

If this doesn't show how little time I've had to read I don't know what will; I started this 7 weeks ago before starting uni and I've not picked it up once since arriving here. While it wasn't the most enthusiastic book and probably not the best one to pick up right away to get me out of my reading slump, I do hope to continue reading it and finish it before I go and see the film 

While not the most exciting post, I know, I hopefully will get back into the swing of things soon. I might go through periods of posting and not but hopefully you'll stick with me and enjoy what I write when I do. 
Is there anything you'd like to see on my blog in the future?
Hope you're doing great,
Sarah x







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