Thursday, October 8, 2015

What I Read in September

Basically the big Golden family happening of September (which led to me basically doing not much of anything else in September) is that we added a new member to our little family.  I introduced him in his own post, but just in case you missed it...

Pompom!  Named for my favorite Homestar Runner character, naturally.  Because of Pompom, I am now spending 90% of my free time laying on the couch or my bed getting snuggles.

He's becoming more and more playful, but his favorite thing is still laying on my face while I try to read.  He's met his big brothers but isn't quite a fan yet.  The puppies are terrified of him and do their best to always avoid eye contact.  He hasn't spit at them recently, so we're making baby steps towards friendship.
This is Pompom's preferred state of affairs and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't thrilled about it.  Lounging under a blanket is also my preferred state of being, but I do need to get back on track with my yoga.  It's just so hard to move a purring kitten off your face in order to exercise.  It has, however, meant lots of time for reading.  Here's what I read in September:

People I Want to Punch in the Throat
Jen Mann
Those Girls
Chevy Stephens
Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget
Sara Hepola
Tales from the Back Row
Amy Odell
We Believe the Children
Richard Beck
You're Never Weird on the Internet
Felicia Day
Upcycle Your Wardrobe
Mia Fuhrer
Lovable Livable Home
Sherry and John Petersik
Arkham Manor, Volume I
Gerry Duggan
Searching for Sunday
Rachel Held Evans
Is Shame Necessary
Jennifer Jacquet
Meg Wolitzer
Christina Henry
Jessica Anthony
Total books read in September: 14
Total books read in 2015: 157

Total pages read in September:3552
Total pages read in 2015: 44,832 

What did you read in September?

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