Sayōnara August, Kon’nichiwa September

This is definitely a busy time of the year for me! School has started and I volunteered to teach an extra class. It meets before the regular school day… right in the middle of the time I used to peruse other blogs, make final edits, and just get ready for the day. I’m going to have to find a balance of all things blogging. From Twitter to reading and writing my ARC reviews, my time has shrunk… I also have limited time after school as my kids are now involved with other activities. I’m just busy! I can’t give up my nightly reading time because that is key to my healthy routine, but I may need to slow down my daily posts… We’ll see.


Here are my hand-picked best reviews of the month:

The Last Banquet of Temporal Confections by Tina Connolly

Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

The Passengers by John Marrs

The Gutter Prayer by Gareth Hanrahan

The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young


And here are some of reviews you will be seeing in September:

Have you read any of these? Are they on your TBR?

 

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  1. Chop chop busy busy. It’s good to be busy though isn’t it. If you have to cut down a post here or there to keep on track with all your other activities and reading then so be it. At the moment I feel like I’m swamping my site with posts but that’s because I’m trying to catch up with reviews – the thing is the more you read the more reviews you have and then they start to become a backlog. Doh, finding the right balance is the key – if you discover it please let me know. 😀
    Lynn

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