I hope you all are having a great day so far! Since it’s officially September(Pumpkin spice anyone?!?) I decided to write up a list of all the books I’d like to read in September! This list is bound to change but I love seeing these videos on YouTube and wanted to make a blog version. So without further ado…
Let’s talk books!🤓
1. Twilight by Stephenie Myer
I’ve actually never read the series but I have watched some of the movies! I thought September would be the perfect time to read the first book because it’s now the beginning of fall and cozy weather is around the corner. Although I’m 22 and very much over the teen vampire craze I think it would be interesting to compare the movies to the plot line in the book!
2. A Study in Charlotte by Brittney Cavallaro
I am an avid Sherlock Holmes fan so when I stumbled across this rendition of the classic novel I had to add it to my list! I’m also writing my own mystery novel(details on that coming soon) and thought this would be the perfect inspiration as I’m crafting my characters and plot.
3. Cook Books
This one is a little vague but one of my goals has been to cook and bake more! That being said, I’m no barefoot contessa so I’m obviously going to need some help. I have a few books in mine but I specifically want to bake bread and muffins( since it’s fall). Depending on how the month goes I might share what I make on the blog and possibly show some on the process on my social media!
I am a big fan of historical fiction and since seeing the first few episodes on BBC I scrambled to find the book to read along with the show! Victoria is such a strong and poignant female lead so I’m very excited to see how she is portrayed throughout the series. She may also be one of the characters I choose for my bookish character challenge!
Read my last post about my new series here: Bookish Character Challenge
5. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
I read quite a few novels by Oscar Wilde in college and am curious to see how I like his work when I’m not being tested on it! I was intrigued after r adding the initial plot and will be excited to see how the book pans out(that is if I do decide to read it)
This list more poses as more of an inspiration than a strict guide. I find reading to be stressful when I’m confined to a specific set of novels to read so instead I like to pick a few novels in my favorite genre. If I don’t decide to read the novel I at least have plenty of inspiration for other books like it. I hope you guys enjoyed my post for today and be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any updates from me!
With Love & Magic,