Month in Review

September Reading Wrap

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Total books read this month:12

New to me authors:

Ali McNamara
Lucy Parker
Carol J. Perry

Top Book for September

Second one in the series. I am hooked.

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Book that Most Surprised me.

I have had this book sitting on my shelf for awhile now, and kept putting it off because well when a husband and wife are really happy and then she gets terminally ill. Not really calling to me. Yet once I was reading it I was sucked in, in spite of its more serious subject. Still so well written and the characters were great.

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Book that I least liked.

It was a second chance romance, but well, it just didn’t hit the mark with me.

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Looking forward to reading in October

Review of Reading Goal for September

My main goal was to read up my Netgalley review books and catch up on them. I didn’t have that many but I had fallen behind.  I caught up and so now I can relax a bit about them. Only 4 I think in the queue.

Libby App at the library. Our library has now switched to this app and it is a lot friendlier. I tried it out and listened to Faro’s Daughter by Georgette Heyer. Not her best book but still good enough.

I cut back my Audible Credits to one a month and I will see how that goes. I still have 8 in hand and some books not listened to.

Main Reading Goal for October

Read some of the more recently acquired books sitting on my print TBR shelf. So a sort of 2:1 ratio. Two print books from my TBR or the library and then one Kindle, be that mine or Netgalley.

Linking up with Nicole from FeedYourFiction Addiction.

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14 thoughts on “September Reading Wrap”

  1. I have gotten so dependent on e-books from the library — mine has never had a different app than Libby, so I don’t have anything to compare to, but I’m glad you are finding it better than whatever was there before. Enjoy your reading this month!

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  2. I’ve been waiting to read the Higgins book. I trust her but still it seems so sad. The book is on my shelf and I’m waiting for the audio via Libby app to be available (2-3 weeks). Enjoy your October reading!

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  3. I am almost always listening to an audiobook while I’m crafting. I’m a huge fan of our library’s collection. I’ve listened to hundreds of books since the beginning of the pandemic. Thanks for your book suggestions.

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  4. I also liked Pack Up the Moon, and I, too, had misgivings. But I liked how the author wrapped happy moments in with the sad ones, giving us some good feelings along with the sad ones.

    You had a great month! Enjoy October.

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