If you’ve read my August Wrap Up, then you’ll remember that my September reading challenge is to read all the library books I currently have checked out. I tend to have a bad habit of pushing library books to the side in favor of the books I already own (which doesn’t make sense because I have to give them back, but whatever), so this month I’m putting an emphasis on reading library books.
Sammy Keyes and the Skeleton Man – I reread the first Sammy Keyes novel last month, loved it and now I want to continue the series. I know this will be such a quick read because it’s a short read and because it’s a reread.
Sammy Keyes and the Sister’s of Mercy – The third book in the Sammy Keyes series. Like I said with the second book, I know I can get through this one in a couple hours since it’s a reread and a short book. I can’t wait to read more about Sammy Keyes!
The New Jim Crow – I’ve seen this book around Instagram recently since there’s currently a prison strike happening around the county. I think this is an important book, and I’m sure I’m going to enjoy it.
A Place for Us – The first time I heard about this book was when one of my close friend’s told me how much she related to the book since it’s about a Muslim family in America. We
All Your Perfects – The new Colleen Hoover book came out and I’m super excited to read it. Her books are hit or miss for me, so I’d rather check it out from the library to read before buying my own copy.
I Believe in a Thing Called Love – I’ve heard so many good things about Maurene Goo’s writing, and I’m looking forward to reading this book. The premise sounds super cute and definitely like something I’ll enjoy.
Tell Me Lies – This book got a lot of buzz on Instagram recently, and I’m interested in checking it out to see if it lives up to the buzz. I don’t know much about the book, but the cover is pretty lol.