September: TBR

School is about to start in my country, and I couldn’t be more depressed. I’ve been doing so much better, and the thought that I won’t have as much time to read as I used to, makes me sad. I decided to make a goal to read at least four books a month, and at least twenty non-fiction books by the end of the school year (June 2021).

I can see why this can be ambitious, but if I can write blog posts and articles, be active on social media and still keep up with my school, I can also read that much.

I saw that I am always changing my TBR throughout the month, so from now on, I will have two or three books that I will certainly read, and a few others that might be nice to go through.

With that being said, here are my TBR picks for September.

I’ve had my eyes laying on Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race for some time now, but as I finally made a goal to read more non-fiction books, it is time I give it a try.


I have to admit, reading about racism and race makes me uncomfortable. I have accepted the fact that white people made mistakes, and only by reading and learning, we can stop those mistakes from happening again.

These are some other reads I want to get through. Most of them are ARCs, but I also want to read some others. My goal is to finish all of these by the start of the third week of September. Afterwards, I can read my books.

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2 thoughts on “September: TBR

    1. I finished it a few hours ago, and it was exquisite. It reminded me a lot of the House Without a Summer by DeAnna Knippling, but better written. I highly recommend it. If you want I can post a review in a few days. :))

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