I had a pretty good month with my reading. In September, everybody is back to school and things tend to quiet down quite a bit. At least in my world. I more than doubled the amount of books I read in August. I also started using my bullet journal to track how many pages I read a day and if I get to read at all. It’s a nice visual and it jars me if it’s late in the evening and I haven’t taken the time to relax with a book yet. Anyway…
- Extracted (The Lost Imperials, #1) by Sherry D. Ficklin. 310 pages.
- The Sherlockian by Graham Moore. 350 pages.
- Paper Girls, Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan. 144 pages.
- Phoenix Rising (Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences, #1) by Pip Ballentine and Tee Morris. 402 pages.
- This Adventure Ends by Emma Mills. 320 pages.
- A Study in Scarlet Women (Lady Sherlock, #1) by Sherry Thomas. 336 pages.
- The Affinity Bridge (Newbury and Hobbes, #1) by George Mann. 336 pages.
- The Enemy (The Enemy, #1) by Charlie Higson 448 pages.
- Dead Man’s Shadow (Mrs. Stonier Mystery Book, #2) by Anne Wlikinson. (dnf)
- The Heretic’s Creed by Fiona Buckley. 224 pages. (Review coming)
I read a total of nine books (not counting the one I didn’t finish) and a total of 2870 pages and an average rating (on GR and not including the book I dnf’d) of 3.44 stars. I linked the books that I’ve reviewed already on this blog and the review for The Heretic’s Creed will be posted on Thursday. If there are any books on this list that I didn’t review and that you’d like me to, leave me a comment. I’d be more than happy to write one up.
Like I said, compared to the four books I managed to read in August, I’m pretty happy with the nine I read in September. How’d your September go? Read anything you’d recommend or any duds I should avoid? 😉