September 2010: Top 5 Books
Life started to return to a new kind of normal this month. I’m getting into some semblance of a routine with the new home and new job and all the other things that go along with those. As that happens, I am slowly able to read and blog more and more. I keep accumulating books, but my reading speed will never match my buying speed. I’ve also been getting quite a few tour books, which are wonderful, but don’t allow me to work on my own stacks of TBR books. I’m hoping to make a dent eventually, but we shall see.
I have read a few great books this past month, and I have some that I am really looking forward to reading in the upcoming months. Given all the book banning insanity going on lately, I am making an effort to read some banned books. I bought my very first Judy Blume book; I don’t know how I’ve made it this far in life without Judy Blume, but I’m glad that I will be rectifying that soon. I have also purchased a few adult books recently, so reviews of those may be interspersed amongst the typical YA fare from time to time.
I’m excited to be featuring guest posts from Mindi Scott and Catherine Ryan Hyde in October, so keep an eye out for those!
For today, check out my top 5 favorite reads from this month:
- Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler
- Matched by Ally Condie
- God is in the Pancakes by Robin Epstein
- Scars by Cheryl Rainfield
- Accomplice by Eireann Corrigan
What were your favorite books from September?