Classics I Want To Read In September 2017!

Just realised that the title for this blog post rhymes what XD

Hello readers! It’s Alice here from Married To Books and Alice Reads Classics. I honestly can’t believe that Summer is officially over here in the UK and the Autumn is ready to set in. This year has gone by incredibly fast and that’s eerily chilly to witness. I read sadly 0 of the classic books on my August TBR, so those books will be rolled over into September’s instead.

I start back at College on Tuesday 5th so my time management is going to be put into some pressure to keep up with reading and coursework. Hopefully it all works out. I have added two books to the mix purely due to the length of them. They are the following:

The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway.

And,

The Catcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger.

As always, my plan is to post full spoiler-free reviews for all of the books that I end up reading here and also on my Goodreads which you can add me at: http://www.Goodreads.com/Marriedtobooks44 and delighted to announce that I am getting ever closer to 3,000 followers on there! Ahhhh πŸ˜€

Sadly, I have gone down with flu symptoms and am loosing my voice. Not the best time for it to happen. But let me know what classic books are on your reading list for September. As always, keep checking back here, on my Goodreads and also on my Twitter which I am getting close to 700 followers on! It’s http://www.Twitter.com/MarriedToBooks3

Thanks so much for reading and supporting, have a great day/night and see you all soon with some new posts!

Alice. 

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