Cheers to the Weekend 8.31.18


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September, here we come! We are downright giddy about entering into the -ber months and welcoming fall and a school routine back into our lives. Both of us had a really amazing reading month in August, and are hoping to keep up the momentum. Fall is our favorite reading season anyway, when the best place to be is on the couch with a hot cup of tea and a good book, and we're thinking about some bigger classics we want to start into. Our summer is decidedly ending, the last heatwave has past, and the mornings are gray and misty again, so we'll be using the mild weather this weekend to be outside as much as possible. What about you?


Around the Web

Did you know this place existed?! If you need us, we'll be planning our trip.

If you need more classics in your life, but are filled with dread at some of the heftier tomes, here is a great list of quick ones for busy adults! #7 is one of my favorite books of all time for it's sharp wit and hilarity. 

Are you looking forward to any of these books that will release in September? I'm impressed with how many indie titles are on there! And there's a YA list, too!

Have you seen Bookriot's fall readathon? It's great because it's going to focus less on hours read, and more on the seasonal shift to fall reading and will be full of activities, giveaways, and cozy tidbits. Count us in!

This article series is our favorite, and they're back with a fresh interview with a bookseller from my hometown!

You had me at "Shakespeare retelling".



The loveliest at home lifestyle feed that keeps us constantly inspired 

Friends with a simple, cozy vibe, and books mixed in with all the real life moments

The beautiful Irish countryside and charming bookstores has us wanting to hop on a plane right now


What We're Reading

Michaela - I went on a complete reading tear the past few days to hit my Goodreads goal for the year (yay!) and polished off Windhaven, The Best We Could Do, and Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows in a single day so honestly, I might just take a breather this weekend. I know that finishing Where the Crawdads Sing is next, though!

Rikki - I just finished Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows, and I'm still reeling in that story. It was so good! I'm also currently, and still, reading The Witch of Blackbird Pond (almost done!) and Cinder. This has been a really great reading month and I'm even more surprised how much I ended up being able to read!