September: Month in Review + Book of the Month Giveaway

Guys, September is over! I had no idea. Caught me off guard a bit. Anyway, make sure you didn’t miss any reviews and make sure you scroll to the end for an international giveaway!

September Book Reviews:
Well, I’m back up to my regular speed posting-wise, with about a review a day. So yay! But I’m still behind on my book challenge, so I’m going to need to step it up!

20 Young Adult:
The Sweetest Dark РShana Ab̩
Dark Companion – Marta Acosta
Wicked Sense – Fabio Bueno
The Dark Unwinding – Sharon Cameron
The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Emily M. Danforth
Don’t Turn Around (PERSEFoNE #1) – Michelle Gagnon
The Fault in Our Stars – John Green
Through to You – Emily Hainsworth
Princess Academy (Princess Academy #1) – Shannon Hale
Palace of Stone (Princess Academy #2) – Shannon Hale
When the Sea Is Rising Red – Cat Hellisen
Juliet Immortal (Juliet Immortal #1) – Stacey Jay
Catching Jordan – Miranda Kenneally
Ask the Passengers – A.S. King
Violins in Autumn – Amy McAuley
Fair Coin (Coin #1) – E.C. Myers
Quantum Coin (Coin #2) – E.C. Myers
Alice in Zombieland (White Rabbit Chronicles #1) – Gena Showalter
Endlessly (Parnormalcy #3) – Kiersten White
Ordinary Beauty – Laura Wiess

11 Adult:
Size 12 and Ready to Rock (Heather Wells #4) – Meg Cabot
The Calling (Luther #1) – Neil Cross
Cold Magic (Stormwalker #1) – Kate Elliott
The Age of Desire – Jennie Fields
Judging a Book by Its Lover – Lauren Leto
Love, in Theory: Ten Stories – E.J. Levy
Murder in the Rue Dumas (Verlaque and Bonnet #2)- M.L. Longworth
The White Forest – Adam McOmber
The Song of Achilles – Madeline Miller
The Iron Wyrm Affair (Bannon & Clare #1) – Lilith Saintcrow
Before the Rain – Luisita Lopez Torregrosa

Book of the Month Giveaway:
This month, I’m offering up my only five star read, The Fault in Our Stars. I know John Green’s hyped as all get out, but I truly love his books, and I found this one especially powerful. It’s my new favorite of his solo works, although I would be hard-pressed to choose between TFIOS and Will Grayson, Will Grayson. I’ll be shipping the book from The Book Depository, so international entries are welcome! Just fill out THIS FORM by October 8 at midnight!

12 responses to “September: Month in Review + Book of the Month Giveaway”

  1. Giada M. says:

    Thank you for this awesome giveaway! John Green is a new author to me and I would love to try one of his books. Thank you for the chance! 😀

  2. I am so with…it’s like I blinked and it went from January to October. Before we know it Christmas will be here (I know, I know, I need to be quite) but it’s true!

    Thanks so much!

  3. Lilian says:

    OOOO, you are holding giveaways like Unanbridged Chick!…or how I refer to the whole easy form system.

    Rafflecopter has been driving me up the wall lately, I see “We’re sorry but we didn’t get your entry thing” WAY TOO often. And it seems “deleting?” my entries and saying I didn’t do them. *throws chair*

    • Christina says:

      Yup. I decided this was just easier, and I do like the simple giveaways myself. Yeah, I can’t encourage people to follow, but it’s not like they don’t know the system already.

  4. M.A.D. says:

    I’m hearing you, Christina – no idea where September went!?!
    and thank you for another super sweet giveaway, I’d love to read The Fault in Our Stars <3
    Mary DeBorde M.A.D.

  5. Yes, September is gone, October is here, and Christmas layaway and decorations are out – when did this happen??!!??

    Also, can you send me some of your speed reading mojo? I need it for this months Page Count Contest. I’m failing miserably already 🙁
    31 books reviewed in September? You shame me!

  6. Kat Balcombe says:

    Loved this book! Definitely worth sharing the love around.

    I can’t believe how fast this year is going, and winter is coming…waaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh!

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