Thursday, October 3, 2013

What I Read in September

September here has been gorgeous, Reader Friends.  We've had temperatures in the low 80's during the day and in the high 50's and low 60's at night.  While I'm still looking forward to a bit more bite in the air, for September, this is mind-blowingly nice weather.  Fingers crossed for a cold spell that's supposed to come through this weekend!

As far as our personal lives go, September wasn't terribly busy.  We made the trip to Arkansas to see Luke's mom and some friends in Little Rock and really enjoyed ourselves.  It was more emotional that I had thought it would be to catch up with old friend and see the house I grew up in.

As far as reading goes, I had a pretty decent month:

The TroopNick Cutter
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's StoneJ.K. Rowling
How To Be A Good WifeEmma Chapman
The Call of the Weird Louis Theroux
The End Of Your Life Book ClubWill Schwalbe
Until You're MineSamantha Hayes
Help Thanks WowAnne Lamott
Angry Conversations With GodSusan E. Isaacs
The 5th WaveRick Yancey
Eleanor and ParkRainbow Rowell
My Boyfriend Barfed In My Handbag and Other Things You Can't Ask MarthaJolie Kerr
Mind Without A HomeKristina Morgan
Books read in September: 12

Total books read this year: 109

Pages read in September: 3,665

Total pages read this year: 32,363

Money saved using the library, review copies, and reading what I already own: $1429.94

September Highlights: Harry Potter on audio, The End of Your Life Book Club, Help Thanks Wow, Eleanor and Park

September misses: Can't say that any of these were really misses.  Nothing ranked below three stars on Goodreads, so a pretty great month overall!

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