September is book month

September is Book Month here on espresso coco. I’ve been a bit lax with posting recently, so to give the blog a bit of a kickstart I’ve decided to post every day this month.

Let’s see how long that lasts, eh?

I’ve come up with a bunch of ideas for things we can talk about this month.

  • Favourite crime
  • Favourite sci-fi
  • Favourite fantasy
  • 5 books on the TBR pile I really want to read next
  • Favourite non-fiction
  • Favourite books by women authors
  • Book I’m most likely to recommend on any given day
  • Favourite bookshop
  • Favourite book series
  • Best (and worst) thing about being a book blogger
  • Books I’m glad I read (but wouldn’t re-read)
  • Books I’d like to see made into TV/film
  • Best standalones
  • Books I’m most looking forward to being published
  • Disappointing books
  • Favourite publisher(s)
  • Favourite book covers
  • Favourite books that I own
  • Book from a genre I don’t usually read
  • Top 5 books to re-read
  • Authors I’ve met
  • Authors I’d like to meet
  • Books not to start reading before midnight (as won’t be able to put them down)
  • Favourite books by authors writing under a pseudonym
  • Best YA (that adults might like)
  • Favourite novellas
  • Favourite female characters
  • Favourite translated fiction

And one or two others. That should keep us busy for a momth, surely? Anything else you’d like to see on the list?

Author: dave

Book reviewer, occasional writer, photographer, coffee-lover, cyclist, spoon carver and stationery geek.

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