September TBR & A Catch Up

I never usually make TBR piles for the month ahead (or to-be-read, for those of you not up on the lingo) but I couldn’t resist for September — I love the autumn so much and love tailoring my reading around the season around this time of year.

I also haven’t done a catch up on my YouTube channel for a while, so I thought I would roll the two into one. So here is my September TBR and catch up video!

(For those of you viewing via email or who can’t access the video, click here to be taken to YouTube.)

You can fill out my booktube survey here so that I know what videos you’d like to see for the rest of the year and gather your feedback. You can also read my blog post about being in The Times here.

 

Books Mentioned:

(Affiliate links used, which means I get a small percentage of the sales made through the link.)

Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti | John Keats poetry, selected by Andrew Motion | The Living Mountain by Nan Shepherd | Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery


What books are you hoping to read in September? Share in the comments below!

Lucy Powrie

Lucy Powrie is a blogger, YouTuber and author from the UK. When she's not reading, she enjoys cuddling guinea pigs and eating Oreo chocolate, but let's be real: she's mostly always reading.

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    prettybooks

    31 August, 2017

    I hope you love Anne of Green Gable! It’s prefect for autumn.

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    Kyra Morris

    1 September, 2017

    Anne of Green Gables is incredible! I’m rereading it this autumn – it will be my third time reading it! It’s one of my favourites.
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    Jessica

    6 September, 2017

    I used to have the whole collection of Anne of Green Gables books, but I lost one so I gave them away. they are really good.

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    Jo

    30 October, 2017

    John Keats is one of my favourite poets of all time 🙂

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