It’s been a while since I did a monthly reading-wrap up. It’s mainly because well, I forget to do wrap-ups. Life has been crazy for all of us in the past few months. I finally took the plunge in July to shift the blog to a self-hosted platform and redesigned it a bit. It feels good to have finally done that and I feel that I have started a new phase in my blogging journey.
I’m juggling between a lot of things these days so I don’t know how regularly I’ll post, but I want to post at least once or twice every week. I think that’s a schedule I can actually stick to.
August felt like a very very long month to me. Reading-wise, it was pretty good.
This book is a comprehensive guide to start a freelance career in proofreading. I would highly recommend it. Read my review here.
This is the final book in the Outlands series. I really enjoyed it and I’m so sad to be saying goodbye to these characters. The Outlands is an amazing diverse and exciting dystopian series. Read my review here.
This is the first book in a dark fantasy series. Read my review here.
I enjoyed reading Midnight Sun alot. Read my thoughts on it here.
This book just hit me. It is exactly what I needed right at this time to get a better perspective on where I am headed in my career. Part of this book gives practical advice on how to get richer and the rest is about shifting your mindset regarding money.
A short workbook on how to set and organize your goals.
This was the exact opposite of You Are A Badass At Making Money for me. It didn’t have anything I hadn’t read in a different self-improvement book before.
An illustrated book describing what life is like for some of us introverts. It was relatable but I felt like I had already seen all these illustrations before.
This is a very quick read. It gives a very interesting perspective on what happiness is.
I read this for college. It was really hard for me to get through this. I barely understood anything. As I’m studying it, I’m understanding it more and about the horrific atrocities during the colonization of Congo.
This book was an absolutely amazing read. I read this for my Indian Diaspora paper.
I think I liked this book more than I thought I would. Two boys work at a food truck and fall in love. The book includes some very serious themes as well.
Sky is a bisexual Korean-American teenager who participates in a K-pop competition. This book follows her journey through the competition, the body-shaming and fatphobia she constantly deals with and her romance with a model called Henry Cho. This book also has two adorable side characters.
A short collection of poems. It was an okay read.