September Reading Challenge Update
September was an awesome month for reading! I began by reading on a theme, reading young adult novels that featured a lesbian or bisexual girl as the main character, and found some delightful new favorites amongst the books I read. I also found plenty of time to indulge in steamy romances from Entangled Publishing! All in all it was a great, varied month of reading fun!
For those of you who missed my initial post on this topic, I have decided to embark on a most enjoyable challenge to read 100 books in 2015. I have chosen to participate in the Goodreads 2015 Reading Challenge in which I select my own goal. Each month I will give you an update on where I am in the challenge and what books I was lucky enough to indulge in. I’ll also include a purchase link for each book in case you would like to pick a read up for yourself.
Well, I actually surpassed my goal and read beyond 100 books last month, so I decided to update the challenge and aim for 130 books by the end of the year. So- these stats are for my updated goal of reading 130 books in the year 2015!
In the month of September, I have read eighteen books, and according to the graph on Goodreads, I am at 99% of my goal and am thirty-one books ahead of schedule! Eep! That’s so much reading! But, I love it!
This past month I have read the following books:
Hello, I Love You by Katie M. Stout
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart
His Lover to Protect by Katee Robert
Everything Leads to You by Nine LaCour
Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin
Not Otherwise Specified by Hanna Moskowitz
Pretend It’s Love by Stefanie London
Far From You by Tess Sharpe
If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan
Over You by Amy Reed
The Difference Between Me and You by Madeline George
The Summer I Wasn’t Me by Jessica Verdi
Dream Things True by Marie Marquardt
Touching Fate by Brenda Drake
Kissing Her Crazy by Kira Archer
Slow Ride by Cathryn Fox
Wild Ride by Cathryn Fox
Sweet Ride by Cathryn Fox
The Weight of Feathers by Anna-Marie McLemore
Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls by Lynn Weingarten
As usual, I welcome your book recommendations!