If there's one thing to describe August, that would be busy. I'm so busy this month (mostly because of school) that made me can't blog and read much. I even have to take a semi-hiatus since there's a lot of tests and assignments (we got tests every week!)
On the other side, there's some good things that happened to me this month. Firstly, I got accepted to my school's journalist team! I'm so glad I decided to sign up for it. Secondly, my new class is pretty great. Hopefully there's no problem with this class until we finished high school.Things I learn in junior year : there's no week without a test.— Tiffany (@bookish_thought) August 30, 2015
Like I said, I took a semi-hiatus in mid-August, so I didn't post much. Bun in case you missed it, here's what I post this month :
Most Likely to Succeed by Jennifer Echols - 4 stars
The Beginning of Never by O. E. Boroni - 1 star
Anne & Henry by Dawn Ius - 3.5 stars
I went to Singapore and Malaysia in July and post my recap of it!
To be honest, I'm tempted to remove this section because of the number of book that I read. Yes, you guessed it right, I only read 1 BOOK this month! *hide in shame* At least I could blame school for it.
So, the lucky book is..
The funny thing is, this book is not due until October. But (again), since I'm afraid that I won't have enough time to read in October, I decide to read it now. At least it's one good book.
In case you missed it :
Larissa is leaving YA Midnight Reads (We definitely will miss you!)
Cait @ Paper Fury wants diverse books that are not about being diverse (so agree with you, Cait)
Mishma @ A Perfection Called Books explain why she loves cliffhangers
Rashika @ The Social Potato list her top five diverse books
So, that's my recap. Tell me yours!