What I Hope To Read September 2020

What I Hope To Read September 2020

Afternoon all!

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Goodbye August, thank you for all your awesome days, and welcome to September. And a big welcome to a brand-new What I Hope To Read post, September is coming!

August was a pretty great month, vacation for the first 15 days, and the other days getting used to normal rhythm again. My vacation was amazing and pretty relaxing with plenty of reads.

September will have something fun to look forward to with my hubby’s birthday coming up. Sadly, we cannot do something fun outside, but we are planning to do a whole day of movie watching on Disney+/Netflix.

This month I got quite a few reads I am eager to read. I got 3 pre-orders and 4 books I would like to try out (so hyped for The Witches GN). Three books of the pre-orders aren’t on Goodreads (despite 2 being English), I will link to Amazon/bol.com.

Keven and the Biscuit Bandit, Flying Pony, Humour, Illustrations, Boy, Pony, Letters on Belly, Roly-Poly Flying Pony, Philip Reeve, Sarah McIntyre, Red, Funny, Children's Books, Fantasy, BiscuitsPurple, Green, Monsters, Boy, Hotel, Children's Books, Fantasy, Magic, Family, Humour, Illustrations, Steven Butler, Steven Lenton, Fiend of the Seven Sewers, Nothing to see Here Hotel, Book 4Lotta 01., Marloes de Vries, Comics, Loss, Mourning, Humour, Girl, Stage, Tomato Outfit, Ballet, Tutus, Spotlight

The Afterlife of the Party, Bite, Blood, Purple Shirt, Girl, Marlene Perez, Romance, Young Adult, Fantasy, Band, Vampires, War, Friendship, Road Trip

4 thoughts on “What I Hope To Read September 2020

  1. The Witches terrified me as a child! Still not keen on reading even sections of it on class!

  2. Okay I need to read The Witches since you guys said it was scary. I’m very intrigued because the author is roald dahl 🙈

    I hope September is a great reading month for you as well as August was 😀

    -Amber

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