I know I’m a little late in posting this, but I recently decided I wanted to start putting up wrap ups on my blog, not only so I have a record, but also to keep myself accountable. September was my worst reading month of 2019 so far in terms of how many books I read, but I did read a lot of really good books.
This year I had set a goal for myself to read more books each month than I bring in and each much I’ve managed to do that…except September. I’m giving myself a pass on it since I’ve done so well the rest of the year, but yeah.
In the month of September I read 13 books and added 16 physical books to my TBR (though I did read two of the books I brought in). The breakdown for the books I read are as follows:
- 6 books that I owned in print (pictured at right)
- 5 eARCs/Review books
- 2 ebooks
I have posts up for all of the eARCS/review books that I completed, so if you want to know about them I will picture them below.
The two ebooks I read were Quiet Girl in a Noisy World by Debbie Tung and Your Soul is a River by Nikita Gill, which both got 5 stars from me and were amazing.
Now, onto the books I added to my TBR. I got three books from Book of the Month in September. The rest I either picked up because they were discounted, or they were stress purchases. Hey, it happens.
I’m planning on reading a couple of these in the month of October. As I said I read two in the month of September (Kamisama Kiss 16 and Great Goddesses) and have since finished Tunnel of Bones this month.
As I said, though I didn’t read a ton of books, but those I read were really good. The lowest rating I had was a 3 star, and that was only one book. All of the rest were either 4 or 5 stars.
Here’s hoping that October will be a lot better than September was. Happy reading!
2 thoughts on “September Wrap Up and Haul”
I really should start doing wrap-up posts for personal accountability as well. Maybe I’ll make a belated September one today…or just start next month.
Anyway, great list of reads! I saw His Hideous Heart in the stack of books you bought–I’ve had my eye on that one for a while, so I’ll be curious to hear what you think of it!
So many experiences, so little time to read them all! Keep writing, DeAnne! The right words in the right context can change someone’s life!