September Recap

September has been an oddly busy reading month for me. It didn’t feel like I read a lot, but I’ve had reviews up almost 3 days a week and reviews scheduled well into October. Yay! My goal of reading the books on my bookshelf has pretty much waned. Now I’m just reading the new books I buy and bring into the house. I guess that’s better than just letting disappear into the Bermuda Triangle that is my To Be Read Bookshelf.

Books Reviewed in September

1. French milk   2.  French women for all seasons : a year of secrets, recipes & pleasure  3.   First kill

4. The borrower : a novel 5.  Sin in the Second City : madams, ministers, playboys, and the battle for America's soul 6.  My summer of southern discomfort

7. Earth (the audiobook) : a visitor's guide to the human race 8.  Food rules : an eater's manual 9.  La Grande Therese : The Greatest Scandal of…

10. When she woke : a novel  11. 

1. French Milk by Lucy Knisley
2. French Women for All Seasons by Mirelle Guiliano
 3. The Slayer Chronicles: First Kill by Heather Brewer
 4. The Borrower by Rebecca Makkai

Books Read in September but not reviewed

1. Wildwood Wildwood by Colin Meloy

2.Under the Tuscan sun : [at home in Italy] Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes

3. Evil plans : having fun on the road to world domination Evil Plans by Hugh McLeod

4. Heist society Heist Society by Ally Carter

5.  L’amante Anglaise by Marguerite Duras

6. Blankets Blankets by Craig Thompson

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2 responses to “September Recap

  1. Looks like you had a great reading month!

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