Monthly Wrapups

September Wrapup (& October TBR)

September Wrapup October TBR

Hello fellow bookworms πŸŽƒ Time has flown by so fast and now it’s already time for another Wrapup and … yes you guessed it HALLOWEEN! It’s a fact that I’m a huge fan of the spooky season, even though I cannot watch a horror movie for sure. However, there are lots of great spooky books to enjoy this month!


To make things quick: I am moving my Book Blog to WordPress. I’m going to go more into detail in my first announcement post on the new blog, but I have been considering taking this step for a while now. I started blogging on Tumblr, because it was the only platform I knew 100% how to use with pretty designs etc. but not a lot people from the bookish community where active there. Mostly, I had chosen the wrong platform, because it wasn’t very interactive. After a long discussion with myself, I ended up getting to know WordPress and have been since working on my new blog.

Speaking off my new blog ( – currently on private) will go live on Sunday, October 8th!! I am very excited and really happy with how things are going so far!

My old posts were part of the reason I didn’t want to move, but after sorting through them and cutting a LOT of them, I decided to keep my favorite posts. I’ve summed up some things like weekly memes and monthly wrapups in 1-2 posts so that my blog would not be overflowing with them. When it comes to Reviews, I’m going to move them to Goodreads and link that Review in my new Review Index. Posting them all on my blog would just take up too much space. However, Reviews in the future will be posted both on the blog and also on Goodreads!

September Wrapup

  1. The Sword of Summer (Rick Riordan)Β πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸ“–Β Review
  2. Even the Darkest Stars (Heather Fawcett) 🌟 🌟(4.5) πŸ“–Β Review
  3. The Hammer of Thor (Rick Riordan) πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸπŸ“–Β Review
  4. The Perks of being a wallflower (Stephen Chbosky)Β πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸ“–Β Review
  5. The Son of Neptune (Rick Riordan) πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸ“–Β Review
  6. Before She Ignites (Jodi Meadows) 🌟 🌟 (2.5)Β πŸ“–Β Review
  7. Release (Patrick Ness) πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸ“–Β Review
  8. Cinder (Marissa Meyer) πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸ“–Β Review
  9. Brooding YA Hero (Carrie Ann DiRisio) 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 (4.5)Β πŸ“–
  10. Sapphire Blue (Kerstin Gier)Β πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸŒŸΒ πŸ“–

Fave Posts

What happened

  • My First month without any uni related obligations like exams or term papers
  • I decided to completely redo myΒ WIP that I already had one draft of, because I had written in the wrong genre the entire time. Now I’m much more happy with my writing project and excited to start a better version of it.
  • Sadly we reached the End of #TheReadingQuest (September 10th)
  • I got the chance to go to a THUG Event in Frankfurt and meet the author, which was my first ever author encounter/signing, something I’m very grateful for.
  • Announcement of a Book Advent Calendar!! Sadly there’s no solution for international shipping yet, but everyone in the UK can already order!
  • FINALLY there was the Red Queen 4 Title Reveal: War Storm

October TBR

  1. The Ship of the Dead (Rick Riordan)
  2. One Dark Throne (Kendare Blake)
  3. Silber [Dream a little Dream] (Kerstin Gier) ♻️ Reread
  4. The Young Elites (Marie Lu) ⏱ 24 Hrs Reading Challenge
  5. The Rose Society (Marie Lu) ⏱ 24 Hrs Reading Challenge
  6. Half-Blood (Jennifer L. Armentrout) ⏱ 24 Hrs Reading Challenge
  7. Like Water (Rebecca Podos)Β πŸ“…Β DigitalΒ Arc
  8. A Monster Calls (Patrick Ness) πŸŽƒΒ Sbooktober Readathon
  9. Anna Dressed in Blood (Kendare Blake)Β πŸŽƒΒ Sbooktober Readathon
  10. Unwind (Neal Shusterman) πŸŽƒΒ Sbooktober Readathon

As you can see I have mostly chosen spooky books this month, precisely because I really want to get into the Mood for Halloween! Like last year Sbooktober is happening again for maximal spooky bookish-ness! Check out their Twitter here for announcements and more fun stuff. There are a few photography challenges that I’d like to do and of course I’m going to participate in the Readathon, which takes place the last 7 days of October! Sadly university starts again this month, but before that I’m going to go on a small vacation and also visit this year German Bookfair in Frankfurt so it’s okay.

Talk Kopie

Do you like Halloween? What’s your go to autumn book?Β πŸŽƒΒ 


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