Superb September ~ Monthly Wrap-Up

Thanks Ru! I’m quite proud of my reading this month as well.
  1. Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
  2. How To Be a Good Wife by Emma Chapman
  3. Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen
  4. Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
  5. Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  6. A Wilder Rose by Susan Wittig Albert
  7. Murder on the First Day of Christmas by Billie Thomas
  8. The Dark Path by David Shickler
  9. The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty
  10. The Unknown’s by Gabriel Roth
  11. Someone Else’s Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson
  12. The Clock of Life by Nancy Klann-Moren
  13. Baby Bumps by Amy Sprenger
  14. The Paris Architect by Charles Belfoure
  15. On Paper by Nicholas A. Basbanes
  16. The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert
  17. The Giver by Lois Lowry
  18. Don’t Hurry Me Down to Hades by Susannah Ural (Cheating a bit here as I’m still reading this. I know I’ll finish it today. So there!)
All of those links will take you to Goodreads. I haven’t reviewed a single one of those books. Yikes. Sad but true. 
How can I whip myself back into reviewing shape? Maybe I shouldn’t? I don’t have to review ALL the books right? Right!
Yes, I will be reviewing a few of these. Soon. Soonish? STOP PRESSURING ME!
I hope you had a great September! Let’s go read ourselves silly in October.

58 thoughts on “Superb September ~ Monthly Wrap-Up

  1. That is an astonishing amount of reading, Kudos on finishing Les Mis!! I wish I had this kind of backlog of reviews. I'm stuck in a slump and having to be creative with my posts these days.

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  2. Congrats on Les Mis! That is a feat! 🙂 In unrelated news, I named one of the stray cats I feed Cosette. She's just a little orphan girl down on her luck. Lol.Do some of your shorty reviews – that helps me when I get behind. 🙂

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  3. You are a reading machine! I don't know how you could possibly write reviews for the sheer volume you read. Although, I hope Avery will write us another review as she continues on her school journey. I still can't believe that kid is only 13. Awesome work on The Giver!

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  4. Crapola, you had a stellar month of reading. My numbers went wayyyy downnnn this month, largely due to outside-of-work-but-still-work-related stuff I had to do. And my online classes are in full swing. Oy! Cheers to a kickass October.

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  5. Wow! You had a great month. I can't believe you read Les Mis and still managed to get through 17 other books – you are awesome! You definitely don't need to review all the books you read….although I hope one of your reviews will be for Burial Rites. I'd love to know what you think since I'm considering purchasing it. If you don't review just let me know if it was a good or a bad read for you 🙂

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  6. I feel like I didn't read as much as normal in September (13/14 books), but when looking over my stats last night, I still read about the normal amount of pages. Almost everything I chose to read in Sept. was a chunkster. Heh.

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  7. You reading rock star, you! I really want to read the new Elizabeth Gilbert. I read a great article about her in the NY Times recently and it made me realize that I've never read any of her fiction. This one sounds good.

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  8. I definitely get in moods where I want to read and not review… but I want to hear about Burial Rites! Very impressed with your reading list, especially Les Miserables.

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  9. You kicked September's BUTT! And it's your blog, you don't gotta review if you don't wanna! Though I would be interested in seeing your thoughts on some of those. I am SO BUMMED that I totally failed when it came to Les Mis. Didn't even start it. By the time I got it unpacked and was ready to start it, it seemed hopeless and I didn't even begin. Tsk tsk.

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