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September 2019 Reading & Blogging Wrap-Up

sept19wrap-up.jpgGoodbye September & hello October!

While I barely got anything up on the blog this month, my reading game was thankfully still on point.  I wish I could say that things will be better on the blog front in October, but October is always the most chaotic month for me, so I won’t lie to you.  I can say that I’ll be able to get back to the grind in November 🙂

Let’s see what I read in September…


What I read this month

As far as my September TBR goes, I #NailedIt this month! I read all 6 books on my TBR.  I also read 2 books in preparation for Books by the Banks, a book festival that I will be attending in October.  All-in-all, a good reading month 🙂


Challenge Updates

Goodreads Challenge Update: 95/100 Books Read


I am currently 21 books ahead on my Goodreads Challenge!  I should be able to complete my 2019 reading goal of 100 books some time in October 🙂

#YARC2019 Update: 15 Books Read


Year of Asian Reading Challenge TBR + Progress Tracker #YARC2019

I read The Dragon Republic (The Poppy War #2).

2019 Goals Update:

» 80% NetGalley feedback ratio = 15 backlist ARCs ⇒ 7/15 ARCs Read

» 30 physical TBR books ⇒ 20/30 Books Read

I read The Great Alone & Let’s Pretend This Never Happened off my physical TBR

» No buying new books ⇒ 0 Books Purchased

» Complete mini reviews for all books read ⇒ 10 Backlog Reviews

» Read long books I’ve been putting off ⇒ 1/3 Books Read




September 2019 TBR: “Series September”


Mini Book Reviews: September 2019 – Part 1


Which books did you read this month?

Have you read any of the books I read or hauled this month?  If so, what did you think?

Did you buy any books?  If so, which ones?

Comment below & let me know 🙂


3 thoughts on “September 2019 Reading & Blogging Wrap-Up”

  1. I have The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah on my October tbr – I’ve wanted to read it for ages now, but never got the nerve to pick it up. Finally I have a reason to, there will be a buddy read on IG – we’ll see how it goes.

    I gave up on the The Poppy War earlier this year, I hope I’ll pick it up again, but who knows. Often it’s about reading the right book at the right time – I have hopes the right time for The Poppy War is still approaching.


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