Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Road Trip Wednesday: Best Book of September


It's time for another Road Trip Wednesday, a blog carnival hosted by the lovely ladies of YA Highway.
This week's question: 


What was the best book you read in September?
 
Well, if you remember, I was in a little bit of a reading funk. And if you add to that the fact that school started up again and I was frantically trying to finish my WIP, well...I didn't read a single book in September.
 
I know, I know! I'm so ashamed!
 
The last book I read was Moonglass when I was on the plane home from Costa Rica, and maybe I can say that Moonglass was so good that no other book would compete. But the truth is, I have a shelf full of amazing books to read and I just haven't picked anything up. I'm just BUSY and something's gotta give. This month it was reading.
 
Now that I'm going to be sending my WIP off to readers, I will have a little bit of time to read a book or two and just RELAX. I can't wait.
 
But for the month of September I have to say that the best book I read was the ONLY book I read. Multiple times. And that's my own. Heh.
 
What's the best book you read this month?

5 comments:

  1. So hard to choose, so of course I'm knit picking the question!
    The best book I've read this month? The Iron Fey trilogy in preparation for The Iron Knight coming out next month.
    The best book launching this month? DAUGHTER OF SMOKE AND BONE, hands down!
    The best book I'm currently reading? LIESEL AND PO...Lauren Oliver's writing is incredible!

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  2. Hmm, I've only read one book this month, Timr and Time Again. I really enjoyed it.

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  3. I only had the chance to read two books this month and they were Bossypants and Divergent. Both were amazeballs but for completely different reasons. I will choose Divergent as the best simply because I want to make out with Four more than I do Tina Fey...though not by much.

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  4. Writing always takes a front seat for me, too, when I'm in a certain stage of drafting. So no shame in getting the work done!

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