What I read in September – Goodreads Challenge πŸ“šπŸ“š

 

Hi, everyone! Welcome to a new week here on A Reading Cat! And welcome to October. I can’t believe it’s finally here. October, November and December are my favourite months of the year; it’s when I feel more motivated and love that it’s cold outside and I get to drink a lot more coffee! Today, though, I’ll share with you what I read in September. We already know that I’ve surpassed my goal of reading 24 books this year with the Goodreads Challenge, but now I’ve set myself up for another little goal: 48 books this year. Because it’ll feel good ending the year not at 100%, but 200! Just has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?

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In September, I read 6 books. I started the month off at a high speed, having read 3 books within the first week but kind of slowed down a little due to work and life stress. This month, I tackled these books: Virgin in the City by Alexa Riley (oh my god, let us not comment on this one, please πŸ™‰πŸ™‰), Runes by Ednah Walters, Immortals by Ednah Walters (major fan! I stopped this series for the rest of the month because reading this paired up with watching 1 or 2 episodes of How to Get Away with Murder every day kind of made me a little paranoid and I was having nightmares every night πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚), Forget You, Ethan by Whitney G. (my lord, it really surprised me and I became a fan of hers), Not So Nice Guy and The Allure of Julian Lefray by R. S. Grey (I read the NSNG first and I absolutely loved it, so I had to get another one by her. I was disappointed, definitely not, but in my opinion, it wasn’t as good. I’ll keep reading more of hers though).

So these were it. I actually enjoyed going into more of a easy read and not heavy topics as I normally prefer. Some were a hit, others a miss, but hey, it’s all reading and as long as I have a cup of coffee and a book in my hand, I’m happy. See you on Wednesday!

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