August 2019 Wrap-up // 6 Books, Winning a Blog Award (!!!) & Sapphic Saturdays Participation

We’re in the ber months now! I can’t believe it!! 2019 is flying by, but at the same time, January seems like it happened a century ago. Very weird. I’m just desperate for the end of October to come, which brings a week and a half of no school for me. Finally.

I mentioned that I had a bunch of important exams to take a week ago, and I have now gotten all of my results back. I’m pleased with most of them, but a few were very disappointing. Though I’m trying to give myself some leeway since I always take a while to adjust at the beginning of the school year. Plus, I can still make up for these scores. I really hope I can do it.. I don’t know what I’ll do if I don’t…

On a less disappointing note, I won Best New Book Blogger in the 2019 Book Blogger Awards?!! I co-won it with Xandra @ Starry Sky Books, and I couldn’t think of anyone who deserves the award more! I’m just so floored that this little project of mine actually went somewhere? I’ve attempted a lot of things before, but none have stuck because of lack of motivation and/or discouragement. Coincidentally, none of them were centered around books, and I think that’s why this blog has stuck–because reading is a beloved hobby of mine.

I’m also…. really shocked that people voted for me, and still having a hard time believing that I deserved to win. But, as a new book blogger, thank you for giving me a place in the community so early on. I love talking about my opinions with you here, no matter how stressful it can get with school (ughhh), and I plan on continuing to put out content for more months to come!

Congratulations to all the other winners too!! They are all so well-deserving, and I’m so happy that some of my favorite bloggers got the recognition that they deserve.

But, and I cannot reiterate this enough, if you did not get nominated or win an award, please know that you are still phenomenal. Ultimately, these awards are for fun, and I think that at the end of the day, we all had fun.

May, the host of the awards, worked really hard on this event. And I really want to congratulate her, because these awards were so organized! I’m also excited to see what the changes she plans to implement next year will bring. If you have any of your own changes in mind, please consider filling out this feedback form!

But before we move on to books, I have a little announcement: I’m participating in Sapphic Saturday.

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Sapphic Saturdays are 24-hour readathons created by my dear friends Arin and Brittany, and the first Sapphic Saturday is set to take place on September 7th! I usually don’t participate in readathons, but seeing as I want to support Arin and Brittany, and the books I plan to read in September are all f/f, I’ve decided that I’m gonna low key participate in this readathon–as in I won’t pressure myself to finish a book during September 7th.

You can learn more about the readathon through reading Arin and Brittany‘s respective announcement posts. Arin’s announcement post also has recommendations if you’re stuck on what to read for the readathon! As for the books I’ll probably be reading on September 7th, I’m currently reading Crier’s War by Nina Varela for a blog tour, and I’ll probably start Colorblind by Siera Maley–a pretty short book–some time soon.

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I actually did read a few books from my August TBR, but most were the books that I didn’t get to from my July TBR. I didn’t read any of the e-arcs I planned to read because I decided that I wasn’t interested enough to read them before release date. I did try to read Gideon the Ninth, but I gave up because the text of my e-arc was so. Small!! Even though I made the text as big as it could get, the text size stayed tiny as an ant, and I wasn’t having it, so I deleted the arc. I’m currently reading Crier’s War though!


I Wanna Be Where You Are by Kristina Forest– I read a few pages of this about three months ago and was overwhelmed by the cuteness. I finally continued reading it this month, but sadly, my initial feelings didn’t last. This wasn’t bad per say, but it was bland and forgettable. I totally get that some books aren’t supposed to change your life, but this couldn’t even be called a comfort read!

Plus, there’s a scene in the book where the two main characters have to share a bed, and it was so underwhelming. I thought you couldn’t go wrong with the there’s only one bed trope, but turns out I was mistaken. 🌟🌟/5


Children of Blood and Bone (Legacy of Orisha #1) by Tomi Adeyemi– Much like I Wanna Be Where You Are, this was quite forgettable. I don’t remember a ton about it, except that I read it on audio? I didn’t care about the plot, characters or world at all, and at the beginning, the parallels to Avatar: The Last Airbender were extremely jarring. 🌟🌟/5

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Descendant of the Crane by Joan He– Since this book was part of my 5-star predictions TBR, and I’ve decided to make a separate wrap-up for that, I won’t be talking about it here. For now, I’ll just say that it wasn’t for me. 🌟🌟/5


Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson– I loved this so much!! It’s my favorite book of the year so far, and I’m so happy that my 5-star prediction came true. I’m also doing a full review of this! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟/5

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Prom and Other Hazards by Jamie Sullivan– I read this for a blog post I’m brewing that I’m super excited about, and it was so cute!! It’s pretty short–only 35 pages, but the story never felt crammed!

It follows a lesbian named Sam who has had a crush on her bi best friend Tash for a long time, and prom may finally help them realize their feelings for each other. The friends-to-lovers in this book was to die for. I would also highly recommend that you read this book for Sapphic Saturday because it’s so short, and you could easily read it within a 24-hour time span. 🌟🌟🌟/5

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If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio– I really liked this! I’m so glad that I finally read it because it’s been on my TBR for so long. Though I was a little bothered because the g-slur was dropped in this book and never challenged. Watch out for the full review I’m doing of this. 🌟🌟🌟🌟/5

About two weeks into the month, I decided to completely renovate my blog–new theme, new designs and all that. I managed to do that in the middle of the school year so be proud of me.

The main reason for my renovation was the fact that before, I only had generic featured images. However, having a limited number of featured images to choose from was extremely limiting my content, because some of my posts just didn’t go with any of my featured images. So from now on, I’ll be using stock images with post titles over them for my featured images.

Also, I recently changed the font I’m using in my featured images from a calligraphy style font to big block letters! I feel like this style represents me more, and overall I’m pretty happy with how my blog looks!

As for actual blog posts, I posted ten times this month, just like I did in June and July. (I did warn you that I’m obsessed with consistency.) I’m pretty happy with that number, but I’m trying to cut myself some slack and allow myself to not post three times a week, especially because school can get really stressful.

I posted a lot of discussions and advice posts this month too, which I’m super happy about because I’ve loved reading them for so long, and it was about time that I stopped being scared and wrote some of my own! I’m pretty happy with their reception too.

I’m just sad that I slacked on reviews this month. It’s partly because I wasn’t particularly interested in writing a full review for the books I read, but I plan to post more reviews in September.

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August was the first month wherein I actively tried to save all the posts I enjoyed reading, and phew, when I went back and looked at all my saved posts, I was so shocked to see how many I had saved!

It physically pains me that I had to leave some blog posts out, even though I loved and wanted to feature every single one that I saved. But I loved all of the posts I’m gonna share with you today so much, and I hope you give them a click.

And that’s it, friends! I take a long time to write wrap-ups, but they’re my favorite posts to make nonetheless. I still haven’t gotten the format of how I want to do them right. If you stalk me, you can see that no two wrap-ups of mine have ever been formatted similarly.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed reading this post! Please tell me how August went for you in the comments–any big life changes? Favorite books? Least favorite books?

I hope September treats all of you well!


64 thoughts on “August 2019 Wrap-up // 6 Books, Winning a Blog Award (!!!) & Sapphic Saturdays Participation

  1. Congrats on the award Caitlin! I just found your blog and think you’re very deserving of it! I cannot wait to read more posts of your and explore a little! Sorcery of thorns is on my TBR so I’m really glad you liked it and now I can’t wait to read it! Also I didn’t see your old design but i love love LOVE this one!! I hope September is a great month for you!

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    1. Thank you so much, Kerys!! I hope you enjoy :”)

      I hope you can read it soon! I think if you stalk me a little, you can see the remnants of my old design. i honestly found it really cute, and I handmade it, so it holds some good memories HAHA. thank you!! I’m so glad that you love it!

      I hope September goes great for you as well :))


  2. congrats again for winning that award!! you deserve it so much! i’m so glad u loved sorcery of thorns!! i ended up giving cobab a 3.5/5 stars. also im happy u loved if we were villains, it’s such a good book omgggg!! im sad abt ‘iwanna be where u are’ i thought it would be better </3 loved this post :p

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    1. thank you so much Saoudia!!

      ahhh, sorry I skipped ahead :(( it was just SO GOOD haha. but I’m glad that you enjoyed COBAB more than I did!

      Yesss, If We Were Villains was sooooo good. Oliver and James have my heart even though they’re both horrible in their own ways πŸ˜… I think that you could potentially enjoy iwbwya more than I did! I was the minority in not enjoying it, sadly..


  3. Thank you so much lovely for mentioning my post β™₯
    And Caitlin, don’t you dare doubt that you deserved this award, because you most definitely did deserve it! I’m so happy for you! May did an incredible job as well!
    Descendant of the Crane is one of my favourites of the year, I’m so sorry you didn’t enjoy it that much 😦 I’m curious to hear your thoughts on it in the future!
    Have a wonderful month of September Caitlin β™₯

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    1. Of course I did! I loved reading it, and I think that more people need to be checking your blog out!

      thank you so much πŸ˜­πŸ’• I couldn’t think of a better host for these awards than May!

      ahh, I’m sorry :(( I can still see how some could’ve enjoyed it. i don’t know why my reading tastes are like this!

      Have a wonderful September as well πŸ’–πŸ’–

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  4. Caitlin, congratulations on winning the award!!! Your blog is fantastic and I’m so happy that you started it because it’s just such a pleasure to read, and I love being able to interact with you! ❀❀

    All your posts this month were SO GREAT, I really enjoyed reading all of them! And I’m also super happy to see that you liked Sorcery of Thorns! It’s on my September TBR and I’m looking forward to it. Can’t wait to read your review! Hope you have a great September!!

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    1. Thank you so much, Chana!! Ahhh, you’re gonna make me cry 😭 I love interacting with you (and Malka) as well!

      THANK YOU. Your discussions are so solid though! I love them! I hope you can read Sorcery of Thorns soon!

      You too, Chana!


  5. CONGRATS ON THE BEST NEW BLOGGER AWARD!!!!!!#!#!*!!!!! yayyyy i am so happy for you!
    wow okay deleting a book because the text is to small is a big mood. recently, i’ve been trying to get into webtoons, but you can’t really zoom in and it’s been hard to move on honestly.
    and dang i am so sad you didn’t enjoy β€œi wanna be where you are”. the only one bed trope can be underwhelming sometimes, though. i’ve watched the leap year recently and there was a similar scene, but it wasn’t how i wanted it to be at all and it was probably the most disappointing time ever.
    at the moment, i’m reading the secret history, which i think has a similar vibe as to if we were villains, but instead of being obsessed with shakespeare, they’re obsessed with greece. i want to read this one soon and i’m glad you enjoyed it so much!
    hope you have an amazing september, caitlin! ❣️

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    1. Thank you, Lais πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

      small text is a big reason why I don’t read comics, mangas, graphic novels, etc. online. I do not want to zoom in every five seconds. But I also don’t want to pay for those books, so yeah.. dilemmas.

      me too :(( everybody else enjoyed it, but once again, I am in the minority. I’m sorry that the scene in the leap year disappointed you though!

      from the synopses and what I’ve heard, they both sound super similar! I think The Secret History is more Adult than If We Were Villains though–there are sex rituals in it, if I’m not mistaken and other graphic stuff, so the reader in me who’s scared of Adult books is making me hesitant to pick The Secret History up. I also picked If We Were Villains up first because it actually has Queer rep haha.

      thanks! You too, Lais!

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  6. So so so much congrats again on the blogger award – seriously, you’re so deserving, and I’m so glad that you feel welcomed in so early! This is such a fantastic community. And I keep seeing Sorcery of Thorns pop up, and I’ve been debating whether or not to purchase, and you’ve fully tilted me to the side to purchaseeeeeeee. I enjoyed I Wanna Be Where You Are, but I’m not going to lie the share the bed trope was so bland that I really cannot even remember it happening at all, lol. Hope you have an amazing September!! πŸ™‚

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    1. ahhh, thank you so much, Mandy πŸ˜­πŸ’• it really is a fantastic community!

      YESSS, PURCHASE IT. Reading it made me so happy!

      If the book hadn’t been advertised as having the trope, I would never have noticed it. I’m so sad I couldn’t enjoy IWBWYA as much :(( I hope you have an amazing September as well!

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  7. FIRST OF ALL, CONGRATS AGAIN ON WINNING BEST NEW BLOGGER!!!! So so so happy for you 😍😍😍 I’m so keen to read your full review on Descendants of the Crane as it’s a book I’m kinda on the fence about – it sounds intriguing but I’ve heard such mixed reviews!

    Hope you have a fantastic September, Caitlin!

    πŸ’› Ngoc

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  8. Congratulations on winning the award! It’s actually how I found your blog, and I’m so gladI stumbled across the awards page and found so many great people!

    Ohhhh, I’m actually doing a 24 hour readathon already that weekend so I might as well combine it with Sapphic Saturday! Thanks for mentioning it.

    I didn’t love COBAB all that much either. I thought it was really boring :/ Descendant of the Crane was one of my Five Star Predictions as well, so now I’m worried!

    I much prefer the block letters to the calligraphy, so I love this choice!

    Have a fab September ❀

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    1. Thanks, Amber!! And that’s AMAZING. I’m so so grateful that people voted for me because it brought wonderful people like you to my blog!

      YAY!! Let’s participate together! Arin and Brittany are the sweetest, and I would love it if more people appreciated their work and joined their readathon!

      Ahh, it’s always hard to dislike a book that’s hyped. at least the reviews are pretty split with COBAB, so we’re not that alone. I think it could work for some people, but it didn’t for me!

      ahh, I hope your experience goes better than mine did! I still think that the book has merit, but again, it wasn’t for me :”)

      Same!! I feel so freed now! The calligraphy just wasn’t working for me, and I love the vibe that the block letters give! I’m so happy that you agree πŸ’œ

      Thanks! You too πŸ™‚


      1. I’m not too worried about it- I don’t have to have the best blog around, and I think there are those (like yourself!) who are far more deserving.

        If I can introduce people to a few of the less hyped books they might enjoy I’m happy.

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  9. once again, congrats on your award!! I’m so devo you had to give up on gideon the ninth for now because of the arcs formatting, ugh. your discussion posts in august were truly so inspiring and I’m honestly amazed by your talent and dedication! I’m tempted to write monthly wrap-up posts now myself but I’m honestly too lazy lol. I hope your schoolwork treats you well! us students are suffering together

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    1. thank you!! I’m devo to :(( I hate that this happened.
      thank you πŸ˜­πŸ’— actually, I love your weekly wrap-ups because I feel like you could get more in depth with then. I always get worried about the fact that I’m not going as in depth about the books i’ve read in my monthly wrap-ups, and am actually thinking of adding a recently read feature on my blog. but do what you want to do! being too lazy is a mood. students suffering solidarity πŸ˜”βœŠ

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      1. i think a recently read feature would be brilliant! it’s really helpful for capturing the way a book makes you feel, because for me there’s usually a bit of a gap between finishing a book and posting a review.

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      2. hmm you could also try live tweeting or getting a reading journal and writing down your thoughts in a book as you go along! good training for studying for school as well, to get you in an analytical mindset

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  10. WHOOO CAITLINNNNN I’m still so proud of you for winning the blogger award πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰ . I’ve honestly been so in love with all your posts this month, especially the discussion posts because they were so hardhitting and thoughtful. I honestly am glad to hear your thoughts on CHILDREN OF BLOOD AND BONE and DESCENDANT OF THE CRANE. I feel like both books are SUPER popular, but I didn’t love them as much as everyone else… πŸ‘€BUT you’re like the third person I’ve heard who LOVED sorcery of thorns and I AM READYYYYYY!!

    I hope you also have a fantastic September of reading and blogging πŸ’–

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  11. Congrats on winning a blog award! You so deserve it!!!

    Ooh, I hope Crier’s War is amazing – that’s one I’ve had my eye on. And I’m glad you loved Sorcery of Thorns so much, since I really want to read it πŸ˜€ I hope your September is wonderful ❀

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  12. I’m glad that your month has gone well – I still can’t believe that it’s already September!?!?!
    I can’t wait to read Sorcery of Thorns! I need to get my hands on a copy first, though.
    – Emma πŸ™‚

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  13. Congrats on winning the award, Caitlin. I am your recent follower and got to know you during the award nominations. Hoping to see more from you.
    I am glad your month was overall good. Aww, I am sorry you didn’t enjoy Children of Blood and Bone 😦 I read it last year and enjoyed it. I am going to read Poppy War this month and then can’t wait to read Dragon Republic. Also, why RW&RB is so costly 😦 Seems like everyone has read it but me.
    I hope September is even better for you πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you so much!! I’m so happy that the nominations were able to bring you to my blog! I hope you won’t be disappointed :”)

      ahh, sorry 😦 I don’t know why I’m usually the only one who doesn’t enjoy a hyped book. I can still see why people would enjoy COBAB though! TPW and TDR are SO good, especially in the world building department! Just prepare yourself for a lot of pain and suffering lol. yep, books are always too costly for me. I’m so lucky to have won RW&RB in a giveaway! I hope you can find a cheaper alternative!

      I hope September is even better for you as well πŸ™‚


  14. Congrats on the award! You definitely deserve it! πŸ™‚
    I Wanna Be Where You Are sounds so good, but now I’m a little hesitant it will be disappointing…
    Also, I don’t know how it looked before, but the new blog design is really pretty!! ❀

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  15. CAITLIN…. you are so sweet. Oh my goodness, you seriously just made my whole day. Scratch that, my whole week! I hate that I’m getting to this days later. Thank you so much for talking about the Sapphic Saturday readathon! I’m SO happy that you’re joining in. Also, CONGRATULATIONS!! I know I’ve said it a time or two already but… I’m so excited for you! You 100% deserved the award (as did Xandra, who is also amazing)!! You have been doing an absolutely incredible job with your blog and I’m so happy to see you get the recognition that you deserve!

    As far as your posting in August, I LOVED them all! Especially your advice posts, but I also really liked your RW&RB review which I thought was amazinnnng (I finally picked the book up from my library and am so stoked to read it!). I completely understand how stressful and overwhelming the start of school is, so I hope September & October fly by so that you get your mini break! Don’t be too hard on yourself about the exams!

    Oh, and thank you sooo much for sharing my post about TWβ™₯ I

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    1. No, YOU are, Brittany 😭❀ It’s okay! I’m the queen of replying to comments and commenting on posts late haha. Of course I would support Sapphic Saturday! It’s such a great idea, and it’s a great way to tackle all the f/f books I want to get to this month!

      THANK YOU!! I’m so so happy about the awards. And Xandra is a phenomenal blogger who deserves the award so much!

      I’m so so glad that you loved them! I love them all too, but I think I’ll take a bit of a breather this month. It’s about time that I stopped pressuring myself to post so consistently :”) But I’m so happy that you got RW&RB !! I hope you can read it soon ❀ I'm trying not to be too hung up over them. Thank you so much for the reassurance because I really need it :))

      of course I had to! It was so amazing and it needs more attention!


  16. CONGRATS AGAIN ON WINNING THE AWARD, CAITLIN! I love you and your blog so much, and can’t think of two bloggers more deserving than you and Xandra! ❀ I was honestly a little underwhelmed by Children of Blood and Bone, and low key don't remember much of the story. I think I rated it 4 stars last year, because I had a lot of fun reading it, but I'm not dying to read the sequel. Haha. I seriously need to read Sorcery of Thorns soon though!

    I hope you have an amazing September, love! ❀

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    1. thank you so much, Kelly πŸ˜­πŸ’–

      underwhelmed and didn’t remember much of the story perfectly sums up my experience with Children of Blood and Bone. I’ve had experience with books like that too! I have fun reading them, but I stop loving them right after I finish reading, and when they have sequels, I have little to no interest in picking them up πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ I hope you can read Sorcery of Thorns soon!

      You too, Kelly! You deserve it so much ❀


  17. Congratulations on co-winning best new blogger! You and Xandra both deserve it!

    I’m sorry your exams didn’t go as well as you wanted! I was so hard on myself in high school so I definitely understand how disappointing this can be and how easy it is to beat yourself up over it. You are amazing and fantastic and phenomenal and though it can be hard to remember this – those exams are over and done with. I can almost guarantee you learned something from that round that you can use in the next round!

    I loved how many discussion posts you had in August and it’s totally okay that you didn’t post as many reviews!

    I hope you have a great September and have fun with the first Sapphic Saturday! I can’t participate this time but I’m hoping to at some point.

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    1. thank you so much!! ahh, I’m such a fan of Xandra’s blog, and I’m so happy for her!

      you can’t imagine how much that means to me! I care way too much about my grades, and I don’t have a lot of people to talk to about them. But you somehow told me everything that I needed to hear. Really–thank you so much. And I really hope I can make up for them πŸ’—

      thanks!! I’m excited to bring weekly reviews back to my blog!

      you too, Mari! it’s so sad that you can’t, but I’m so excited for you to participate in the next rounds! ❀

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  18. Congrats SO SO MUCH for the blogging award AHHH!! And so much congrats for balancing school and blogging and reading…that’s no easy task. πŸ™ˆI also didn’t click with Children of Blood and Bone and Descendant of the Crane unfortunately, and they were so hyped, so I feel bad. But I ADORE If We Were Villains! I just read it in August too and ahh!!! 😍

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  19. oh nooo. sorry to hear that ‘i wanna be where you are’ was a disppointment I WANT TO READ IT SO BAD but i thinkkkk i might put it off for a bit longer. i tried reading ‘children of blood and bone’ last year and i put it on-hold over halfway through bc i just felt,,,,,so lukewarm towards it. i could barely remember any details or follow the plot AND I DONT EVEN KNOW WHY

    i can’t wait for your full review of sorcery of thorns omg the hype has consumed us all and im SO EXCITED TO READ IT SOON. i loved reading all your discussions and advice posts this month, theyre definitely some of my favourite types of posts to read.

    i hope your september is going amazing. πŸ’–

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    1. i think i feel on the minority with IWBWYA, so hopefully you can give it a go and enjoy it more than I did!! that’s exactly how I feel about COBAB! just.. super lukewarm. idk, i was just super meh about it, and it’s like I never read it in the first place?

      I JUST POSTED IT TODAY HEHE YES. and thank you!! I hope to keep the energy up in September! They are my fave to read too, and I hope I don’t disappoint ❀

      This comment just made it even better :-(( I hope yours is too!!


  20. FKLDJSLFKJAL WHY DOES IT KEEP POST MY COMMENTS BEFORE I’M DONE????? wow im a mess pls excuse me but i WANTED TO SAY THAT IM!! SO!! PROUD!! OF YOU!!! for winning the AWARD!! your content and effort that you put into your blog really shows and you totally deserve the best new book blogger award πŸ€§πŸ€§πŸ’–

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      THANK YOU MAY <3333 you're gonna make me cry ahhh :-((( But I could say the exact same thing to you, and I can't wait to see what next year brings!


  21. Congrats again on your blogging award, friend!! You literally deserve it so much and I’M SO HAPPY FOR YOU.😭❀️

    I’ve heard so much hype towards Children of Blood and Bone, though I think most of the hype was probably a year or more ago here on the blogosphere? It used to be like the RW&RB of hyped books, honestly. XD I still haven’t read it, though it’s on my TBR! I’m sorry you were disappointed by it :// I’m not always a fantasy type of reader but I’ll probably give it a try sometime just to see what I think too?!

    I’m glad your exams went well!! And yay for having a break in October, that’s awesome and YOU CAN MAKE IT UNTIL THEN I BELIEVE IN YOUUUβœ¨πŸ‘πŸΌI hope you have an awesome September, and also, thank you so much for mentioning my post!!

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    1. right back at you, Olivia!!! But thank you so much <3333

      I think it became hyped around the time I was a little disconnected from the book community! yep, I'm sad too, but I think some readers could like it! I always read fantasy and this was too generic for my taste, so maybe you'll have better luck haha

      thank you!! I BELIEVE IN YOU AS WELL OLIVIA LET'S DO THIS. of course i had to mention it!! and I hope your month is going amazing!

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  22. All of the congratulations on your award again, Caitlin, this is so so so well deserved and you’re doing incredible. You’ve been killing it with blogging and your incredible discussions, lately, too, I admire you so much. ❀ I hope September will be as amazing for you ❀
    I'm sorry you were a little disappointed by some of your read this past month, but glad you enjoyed Sorcery of Thorns! I've heard SO much about this book, I'll have to add it to the TBR πŸ™‚
    Have a lovely September ❀

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    1. Thank you!! But right back at you, Marie πŸ₯Ί you dedication is so admirable and you more than deserve all of your awards! I hope September is amazing for you as well πŸ’–
      Ahh, I don’t know why my ratings were so low at the beginning but I think it was definitely a case of it’s not it’s me! Yay!! I hope you can read Sorcery of Thorns soon πŸ’š

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  23. Congratulations on the blog award, it is VERY well deserved! And Xandra is a wonderful blogger to share the title with! Looks like you had a good reading month; I am so glad you loved Sorcery of Thorns so much because it is on my TBR for the month. I hope you have a wonderful September, Caitlin!

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