September is over, which basically means one thing: Halloween season has officially arrived!! But before we can move on to October, we have to wrap up September. Here’s what I was up to this past month:
- Children of Facundo by Ariel de la Fuente
- Nada by Carmen Laforet
Both of these books were assigned reading for me classes. Once a new semester begins, my free reading time plummets to just a little above zero. I catch snippets of free time here and there before bed, but I have to read so much for my classes that I’ll usually just read assigned texts instead. I can’t wait to finally do some reading during my October break!
In September I officially began my first semester of my sophomore year of college– that still feels so strange to say! It simultaneously feels as though I’ve been here for five days and five years, but I’m happy to say that this year is off to a great start. I love my housing situation, the activities I’m involved in, and the fact that I already have an amazing group of friends. While my classes are certainly more difficult than they have been in previous semesters, I feel better about them with each week that passes.
Here are some notable posts from my blog this past month:
- So Long, Summer! | Book Haul
- 9 Literary Classics You Can Read Online for Free | GUEST POST by Caroline
- The Liebster Award | Love Actually, Advice & Pie
- The Alphabet Book Tag
- Hey Hemingway, What’s With the Bulls? | THE SUN ALSO RISES
I’ve been doing my best to keep up with all of the comments that you lovely people have been kind enough to write, but I definitely haven’t been commenting on other posts as much as I would like to. So much homework, so little time!
How was your September? What books did you read? Did you start a new school year or semester? What fun things did you do? Let me know in the comments section below!