August 31st, 2022
I’m so excited that it’s September! This really is the best time of the year. There’s so much to look forward to! But, for now, lets focus on the reading. Here are my plans for September.
Sanditon by Jane Austen (And Another Lady)
I’m not really sure how I feel about reading this. Me and my Nan randomly started talking about Jane Austen at a BBQ in August and she mentioned she had this book where somebody had completed Sanditon, Jane Austens last and unfinished novel. I think it’s worth giving it a go, and I am curious to see where somebody might take it.
The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary
I really didn’t read enough Rom Con’s this Summer so I definitely want to try and pick up a couple in September. I haven’t read a Beth O’Leary yet so I’m excited to see what I think, and I love the concept of this one…
Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh
Oh, I’m excited for this one. I have quite high expectations so I hope it meets them! I’d also love to finally watch the Emma Thompson adaptation after. I’ve been putting that off for so long because I want to read the book first, of course.
The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens
I’ve been saying for a while now I want to catch up on Dickens Vs Tolstoy, and yes, I would pretty much be starting from the start. But I plan on mostly listening to audiobooks for the earlier Dicken’s works as I’m not particularly that interested in them…
War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
This will be a reread, and I’m quite excited to pick this up again. My plan is to annotate heavily this time. I love this book so so much and, despite it’s length, I know I’m going to really enjoy it.
Aspects of a Novel by E.M. Forster
I am planning on taking part in NaNoWriMo in November. I have a really exciting plan for a novel. So I’m going to spend the next couple of months learning as much as I can about writing a novel so I can make it as good as I can.
I also just really love E.M. Forster.
Ithaca by Claire North
I was lucky enough to be sent this by the publisher, and I’m very excited to pick it up. I must admit, did not realise this was the same author as The Fifteen Lives of Harry August. But I love a mythology retelling and one that follows Penelope, Odysseus’s wife, has me so intrigued.
What do you plan on reading in September?
Thanks For Reading,