The One Liner Book Review: September

I’ve had another busy month of reading! It hasn’t been that long ago that I realized that I wasn’t reading as much as I had in the past. The whole taking care of the Tiny Human, full-time job, and other aspects of adulting kinda put a damper on things. It was when I hit a pretty good bout of depression and anxiety that I realized I NEED to read. It’s one of the few things that keep me calm and relaxed. No matter how crazy the day has been, I’ve got to set a little time aside for my reading.

Moment over, now to the books:

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up– Marie Kondo

Interesting ideas and practices.  Chances of me following through with it: 0.

If You're Reading This

If You’re Reading This– Trent Reedy

Sobbed through a big chunk of this!

March: Book One (March, #1)March: Book Two (March, #2)

March: Book One and March: Book Two– John Lewis, Andrew Ayden, and Nate Powell

If you only read one graphic novel in your life, it needs to be one of these.  Stunning.  Absolutely stunning.

Switch (Savvy, #3)

Switch– Ingrid Law

The Beaumonts and their savvies are back!  Great little read.

Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass, #1) Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass, #2)

Throne of Glass and Crown of Midnight– Sarah J. Maas

I’m gonna need the rest of the series to binge-read….

Red Rising (Red Rising Trilogy, #1)

Red Rising– Pierce Brown

Holy cow, this is EPIC.  Have the second book in my TBRP at home.

A Tale Dark & Grimm (A Tale Dark & Grimm, #1)

A Tale Dark & Grimm– Adam Gidwitz

Ready for next month’s book club!  Loved this!

City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments, #1)

City of Bones– Cassandra Clare

Blech.  I may watch the movie because Aidan Turner and Johnathan Rhys Myers.


Poison– Sarah Pinborough

First in a trilogy of fairy tale retellings.  Definitely NOT for kids!

How was your September reading?


One thought on “The One Liner Book Review: September

  1. Jenni says:

    I am preparing for a 3 Little Pigs storytime, so my September reading looked like skimming through a zillion, million versions of this story.

    I have, however, been reading The Rook by Daniel O’Malley, and although it is definitely NOT a children’s book, I highly recommend it. It’s pretty interesting.


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