#BookBag | #NewFeature | #SeptemberBookBag

Good morning everyone, [K] here

Here is a new feature for the blog that I hope will benefit my never ending and ever growing reading pile.

I am into the 9th bookbag, and with lockdown easing more and more I find my opportunities to read are fading again.

My local library has reopened now, but on a reduced timetable, so I have to make special trips to renew/collect my books (All my previously suspended holds are appearing at once!) So my problem is now, I go to collect my holds, but then fill up the rest of the library card as I have a browse whilst I’m there!

To remedy this, I have decided to set myself a challenge of 4 books a month (not alot I know, but I am trying to be realistic), including any for blog tours that I am participating in, which I will put in a bag and aim to finish by the end of the month when I will give an update as to how I progressed.

For this month, as I have committed to a few blog tours and I have a few library books due back, my reading aims are a little higher again

September’s #bookbag selection for [K] in my Check Meowt bag:

My new Check Meowt holds the following reads:

Killing Dad And Other Crime Stories by Keith Wright (blog tour)

For When I’m Gone by Rebecca Ley (blog tour)

The Quality Of Mercy by Malia Zaidi (blog tour)

A Proclivity To Purience by Cheryl Butler (ebook)

The Course Of Conviction by Cheryl Butler (blog tour)

Coming Home To Hope Street by Marcie Steel

A Dying Wish (Razor #1) by Henry Roi (audiobook) (blog tour)

The Drop by Jacy Morris (blog tour)

Picture Me Gone by Meg Rosoff (library book)

Is there any that you suggest I should read first? Or any that are on your TBR? Are you following a similar idea to start reducing your book towers at home?

Let us know in the comments below!


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