September went by super fast! Especially after some great books pulled me out of the reading slump I didn't realise I was in under I wasn't anymore.
But anyway, here's this month's wrap-up:
2011 Debut Author Challenge:
This month for the Debut Author Challenge, I read and reviewed The Beginning Of After by Jennifer Castle. It was released on the 6th, and my review is linked below.
100+ Challenge: completed.
This month I read and reviewed 16 novels that go towards the challenge's goal of reading 100 books this year, bringing my running total up to 141. You can see my completed list of the 100 books I read for this challenge here.
Aussie YA Reading Challenge: completed.
This month I read and reviewed just one novel that goes towards the challenge's goal of reading 12 YA books by Australian authors (I'm on 29 at the moment, and my new personal goal is 35). The review is linked below, marked by an asterisk.
- Fans Of Twilight Will Love This Post! -- about the dreaded "Twilight fans will love this!" blurb
- Cold Kiss tour: Teenage Garage Sale with Amy Garvey
- The Mephisto Covenant tour: This and That with Trinity Faegen
- Top 5 list: Animal companions
This month I've reviewed the following books:
- The Hidden by Jessica Verday
- Vanish by Sophie Jordan
- The Beginning Of After by Jennifer Castle
- Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma
- Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
- Beautiful Days by Anna Godbersen
- Hourglass by Myra McEntire
- Six Impossible Things by Fiona Wood*
- The Girl Of Fire And Thorns by Rae Carson
- Cold Kiss by Amy Garvey
- The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong
- Glow by Amy Kathleen Ryan
- The Mephisto Covenant by Trinity Faegen
- I'm Not Her by Janet Gurtler
- If I Tell by Janet Gurtler
- Sweetly by Jackson Pearce
You can find a list of all the books (alphabetized) that I've ever reviewed on this blog here.
Book Of The Month:
A feature inspired by Audrey at holes In My brain, at the end of each month I'll pick the favorite book I read, and feature it as my Book Of The (next) Month.
October's Book Of The Month is Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma. My review can be found here.