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TheSpineView
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#selfImprovementSept @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @OriginalCyn620
#SeptStats

The tagged book was my favorite but I also enjoyed Children of Ruin a lot. Actually, now that I reflect back I enjoyed all the ones I read this month no duds in the bunch. Now on to October! ❤📖

Aimeesue I loved Children of Ruin. Octopuses have always been one of my favorite animals, but that book made me appreciate them even more. 🐙 🐙 🐙 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Looks like some good ones!! 📚🙌🏻 2mo
TheSpineView @Aimeesue I liked the spiders!🕷 2mo
OriginalCyn620 Great job! 2mo
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Librarybelle
September, September | Shelby Foote
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My September started off really well for reading, and then it fizzled. Big time.I finished strong with a couple really good books, and I‘m hoping to finish a couple more in the next few days. #SeptStats

As for #SelfReflection , I found doing the #SelfImprovementSept challenge was fun to do, when I remembered to do it! It‘s great to think about the things that make you happy. Thanks ladies!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You‘re very welcome!! Thanks for playing 💗💗 2mo
OriginalCyn620 You‘re welcome! Thanks for playing along! 😊 2mo
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Susanita
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IRL September was a very mixed bag, and apparently it was likewise in my reading life. While I didn‘t read as much as I thought I had, I‘m still on track with my reading challenges, and I also have several books “cooking” to close out the year. #septstats #selfimprovementsept

OriginalCyn620 👍🏻😊 2mo
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jillrhudy
The Starless Sea | Erin Morgenstern
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#septemberwrapup #septstats #arc #netgalley I guess I need to thank Littens for introducing me to Netgalley because it turns out they REALLY like librarians! I've been auto-approved by HarperCollins already! As a newbie to NetGalley I went a bit crazy reading 7 ARCs in September. Virago and Persephone don't do NetGalley; it would be the END of me if they did: farewell dear family & friends! 🤓

SauerPatch Oooh, can‘t stacked the tagged one fast enough! 2mo
Aimeesue How was the Lindy West? 2mo
jillrhudy @Aimeesue parts of it were right on, but it was very disjointed and written mostly over my head. 2mo
Aimeesue @jillrhudy Hmmmmm. Interesting. I liked her first essay collection. Are these all from her Guardian and NYT columns? 2mo
jillrhudy @Aimeesue Just found this. I am not sure where they came from! I don't mind her being really mad but she should slow down and explain for us old women, just a smidge. 1mo
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EadieB
September | Rosamunde Pilcher
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OriginalCyn620 Nice job! 😊📚 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙌🏻🙌🏻 2mo
Andrew65 Read 5 of these during September and planning to read 2 in October. 1mo
EadieB @Andrew65 yes we have a lot of series to read each month! 1mo
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JessNevertheless
Heart Berries: A Memoir | Terese Mailhot
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A day late on #septemberstats since I was at a Renaissance Festival all day yesterday. Not a whole lot of pages read, but 3 five star books, including the tagged. 🦌 #stats #septstats

DivineDiana Lovely! 14mo
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Ms_T
Silas Marner (Revised) | George Eliot, Marc Eliot, Dover Thrift Editions
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Okay, so I haven‘t quite finished A Suitable Boy but I‘m including it in #SeptStats because I‘m so close! The tagged title was my favourite of the month.

#SeptemberWrapUp

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KVanRead
Great Expectations | Charles Dickens
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Doing #SeptStats today as the last day of the month is all about finishing 😊 I read a fair bit less this month —I blame Donald Trump😂 But these were all GOOD READS! #BestReadsOfSeptember = Hugo, Dickens, Lewis et al. #stats #somethingforsept #septphotochallenge @RealLifeReading

rabbitprincess Carlingwood library had its 50th anniversary celebrations today and I thought of you! 😊 3y
KVanRead Aw, how awesome, thanks! ❤️ That's terrific. Here's to the next 50!🎉 3y
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