Monday, October 3, 2022

September Reading Wrap-Up

Summer is officially over, the trees are starting to change, we have a lot of changes going on over here, especially with the move, which affected my reading for September. It will most likely affect October and November as well, but I will do what I can!!

I ended up reading 14 books and DNF 4 in September. Click on the cover of the book if you want to read my review.

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Updates on my reading challenges:

Goodreads: 152/200

50 Book Challenge: 40/50 (added 1 this month)

Mount TBR: 33/48 (added 3 this month)

2022 Read you Bookshelf Challenge: 4/12 (so far behind)

Virtual TBR: 45/36 (added 2)

Alphabet Author Edition: 23/26 (added 2)

Literary Escapes (States): 28/50 (added 1)

I have been getting books from the library, and reading a few here and there. I am torn with us moving, if I want to read books from the library, and then focus on my books when I don't have access to the library (the time I move from this house until settled in the next house). I am planning to cut out most ARC's for the remainder of the year (we'll see if my self-control will last that long 😂).

How did you do for your reading in September? Did we read any of the same books? If you are participating in reading challenges, how are you doing?   

11 comments:

  1. I have many DNF too which I do intend to finish. Happy autumn reading.

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  2. Another month of good reading! I really want to read the Jen Turano books, and Eloise and the Grump Next Door, too. :D

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    1. Lark, so many good books, never enough time ;)

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  3. That is still a pretty decent number.. my monthly reads are in single digits.

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    1. Thanks Hena! My numbers were lower when my kids were younger :)

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  4. Sounds like you did great considering everything going on in your life! I read Get Your Life Back earlier this year with a small group at church. It was life-changing. I still think about some of the things I read in it and am trying to put them into practice daily.

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    1. Thanks Gretchen. My husband is reading it now, it was a fabulous book! Have you read anything else by John Eldredge?

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    2. This was my first book by John Eldredge. The leader of the small group at my church said she really likes his writing, so I am curious about some of his other books.

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  5. Moving is such a stressful time. I'm so glad that you're making time to read with all the moving stress. I'm excited for you and your move!

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    1. Thanks Wendy, reading keeps me sane, LOL.

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