My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm!
I hope that you have enjoyed your first week of September.
How many people are heading back to school or their little ones are?
My brother was back this week, but only three days and he’s learning from home next week. The college haven’t quite decided yet how it’s going to work, who comes in when and why but everything is looking a little different for him at the moment.
Some of you who read my blog regularly will know that last month wasn’t brilliant for me.
I only managed to finish four books, but on the bright side, from those four books I managed to read 1601 pages which is half what I read the month before when I read ten books.
But let me tell you what books I actually read:
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One To Watch by Kate Stayman-London
The Beast and the Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Phillips (Illustrated by Isabelle Follath)
The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
Miss Meteor by Tahlor Kay Mejia and Anna-Marie McLemore
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In terms of things I’ve done this month … I’ve started back to work which has had it’s ups and downs.
I have bought ridiculously few books this month which means that mu haul and didn’t haul will be in one post. And the main reason that I have bought so little was because me and my brother decided to split the cost of an Nintendo Switch and I have been spending a lot of time on Animal Crossing.
Are any of you Animal Crossing players?
Do you find it slightly time consuming?
I have also been watching a new K-Drama which I really want to talk about and I recently re-watched Fanny Girl for the umpteenth time. Which again I want to talk to you about one day. I’m not sure when but keep an eye out for it.
In terms of film and tv posts that I have done this month, I did …
I’m enjoying writing these tv and film talks, so I hope that you are enjoying reading them.
And I do believe that that is it for this month … I hope I have a lot more to talk about in next month’s wrap up.
Until then … happy reading!