No matter how much I hate to admit it, summer is over. I've been back to school for a week now, and I already feel drained.
However, my summer was great, and thankfully only have one year left of high school.
So, summer reads. I had all these plans and a massive TBR when summer started. I was motivated and my plan was to read as much as possible, because nothing can stop me now. But boy how wrong I was. I was in the biggest reading slump this summer, which sucked. And I badly wish I would have read a lot more.
The books I read this summer was:
The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon. (5 stars)
Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatric (2,8 stars)
Anna and the French Kiss, Lola and the Boy Next Door, Isla and the Hapiily Ever After, all by Stephanie Perkins. (all 5 stars)
In other words, not that many. At least not for me. I did however start five (5... I know.. Shame on me.) other books that I simply didn't finish completely. This has lead me to be three books behind my reading goals on goodreads, something that I've never been before. I'm usually like three books ahead of schedule.
I will try my very best to finish the ones I've started, but also to push myself to read things I am actually interested in. I want to read the rest of the bones season series, I want to read the Name of the Wind, I want to finish Percy Jackson and the Olympians, I want to read Lord of the Rings.
I think it's important to read what you enjoy to read. Far too many times I've tried to push myself to read things I am not in the mood for, which only leads me into another reading slump.
I've read some of my all time favourite books this year, and it's so hard to find decent books to enjoy when your favourites are so fresh in your mind. Or am I the only one who feels like this?
Updates to come about my reading slump, hopefully I'll drag myself out of it asap.
If you have any recommendations on what you want or think I should read, please leave them down below! Also tell me about your summer reads, and what you thought about the books I've read.
Thanks for reading.
See you next time.