BLOGTOBER Day 6: September Book Review

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Hey Everyone!

Happy Thanksgiving weekend to my fellow Canadians! I hope you all have the opportunity to spend time with your loved ones and enjoy some yummy food. I definitely can’t wait for turkey and mashed potatoes. Ugh, i’m drooling just thinking about it.

Anyways, today I am sharing my thoughts on all the books I read in September. I remember at one point I was going to start up a new blog that strictly revolved around books, but I decided to keep it simple and do the one post a month thing.

With that  being said, I read 4 books in September. I would also love to hear some book recommendations from you, so I can add them to my never ending list đŸ˜‰


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This book was such a charming and sweet romance novel that I couldn’t put down! The story revolves around 2 characters that meet on an elevator after it gets stuck in a hotel. After being stuck together & getting to know each other a little bit, she ends up being his date to a wedding. From there, the story unfolds and it revolves around the relationship the two characters have. I love the romance and chemistry between the two and it was such an easy read! I will definitely be reading more from this author.

The sun and her flowers

I absolutely love Rupi Kaur! I read her first poetry collection, “Milk and Honey” in one sitting and I constantly go back to it all the time. With her second poetry collection, it was no different. It was so beautifully written and inspiring to me. I know this style isn’t for everyone, but I find that Rupi just speaks to me in a way that most can’t. I highly recommend this if you are looking for poetry!

When Life Gives You Lululemons

This book was something else! I thoroughly enjoyed it, as there were many laugh-out-loud and feelgood moments. It revolved around female friendships and how supporting one another can get you through anything, which is rare to read about these days, unfortunately. This book is a sequel to “A Devil Wears Prada”, which I have yet to read, but this book here is great as a standalone.

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This was the last book that I read last month and even though I enjoyed it, there was something missing to make me absolutely LOVE it. You know what I mean? The story of this book revolves around the topic of abuse in relationships. The main character is involved in a physical altercation with her boyfriend at the time and from there, we see the aftermath. With not giving too much away, the main character moves to a new city to live with family and meets new people. There’s romance and growth to the character that keeps the book interesting. It was an easy read, but I wish the ending was bit different.

I’m excited for the books I have lined up this month! My goal is to read 5-6 books a month, so I hope I can stick to it. As I mentioned earlier, please leave recommendations in the comments of books you love!

Thank you for reading!


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