Hope you’re all doing safe during these difficult times!
How is August already over? Seriously, it’s September? I still feel like we’re in April tbh.
This month was very tiring as I’m getting used to my new job. I’m on the phones a lot and I’ve started getting headaches from staring at a computer screen all day, but I’m still lucky to even have a job during this pandemic. Plus, I’ve made some great friends there!
Read: 9 audiobooks, 4 books, 1 short story collection, 1 short story, 1 graphic novel
Book of the month
Gosh, I adored this finale so damn much! I cried, I laughed, I binge read this 500 page novel in two days!
Check out my review for it!
- ARC Review: The Memory of Souls by Jenn Lyons
- ARC Review: The Sugared Game by KJ Charles
- ARC Review: Brothersong by TJ Klune
- folklore Book Tag
- Medieval Queens Book Tag
This month, I binged watched a whole bunch of Watcher videos on YouTube. By far my favourites are Shane’s series, Puppet History. I love history so watching this show is so much fun, especially because Shane and Ryan are hilarious. “The Dancing Plague” is my favourite episode so far, because it’s just so damn funny’s, especially when Ryan comments “Wow, this sounds a lot like the time those people died from dancing in France” and the Professor’s just like “… oh yeah, I’ve heard of them” 😂.
I hate myself for this, but I started watching South Park. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s just plain silly, but I can’t stop watching it 😅. Netflix has only a few seasons, but they have a section called “South Park’s best episodes” that made me almost pee from laughter. The best episode is “Scott Tenorman Must Die”, where Cartman gets back at his bully. He’s so savage.
This month, I FINALLY watched Homecoming by Beyonce. I legit can’t believe I haven’t watched it yet! It was phenomenal! Beyonce is absolutely incredible, she performed her heart out.
I also watched Toy Story 4 and loved it! It’s definitely one of my favourites from the series. I laughed and cried and had such a good time watching it.
Looking forward: September
Reviews to come:
- Fence: Striking Distance by Sarah Rees Brennan
- To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini